Electronic Mural: Part I

The circuitry for the electronic mural I made in the first two weeks of January (final product post here) was simple. I used three types of circuit stickers: an LED sticker, a sound sensor sticker, and a micro-controller sticker. Each sticker had the required components embedded, such that I just needed to connect everything. The challenge of the mural was not in the circuit design … Continue reading Electronic Mural: Part I

Electronic Mural: Charlieplexing with Paper Circuits

As I’ve mentioned, I’m working towards an electronic mural using Chibitronic circuit stickers and a Circuit Scribe pen. Today I prototyped the entire circuit on paper. The fun part was using the microcontroller circuit sticker–wicked easy. I used an Arduino UNO as a programmer (tutorial for setting up the board) and Arduino software to write my code. It took maybe 10 minutes to get up … Continue reading Electronic Mural: Charlieplexing with Paper Circuits

Paper Circuit Example

I’m planning on making an electronic mural so I’ve been experimenting with some components I want to use by making paper circuits. I want to use Chibitronics electronic stickers for the components (they even have a microcontroller sticker!) and Electroninks Circuit Scribe pen for the traces. This is the first time I’ve made a video of this sort. While there are a lot of improvements … Continue reading Paper Circuit Example