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Sound chair - Kingston hackSpace

Kingston hackSpace

Sound chair

By Georgia Dunmore and Emily Watson

Various connections are made using areas of conductive ink connected to a touch board kit using copper wires. People sitting in the chair can interact with the keys by touching them. Charge sensing triggers the touch board to play a certain sound when a particular sound is played. Copper wire was found to be the best form of connecting material. It doesn’t require soldering and it tends to create a reliable connection.

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