Design and electronics projects are about to change forever. Integrate touch sensors and experiment with printed electronics in any project. Printed using Electric Paint, these paper sensors have been sealed with a clear coating to prevent smudging. They can be used with the Touch Board or Pi Cap to create touch sensors. They are a great way to make touch and distance sensors straight out of the box, without the need for painting or getting into the nitty-gritty of Electric Paint.
Get Started: Start using your sensors right out the box. Connect your board to a sensor node using crocodile clips, or cut them down to a different shape or size to work with your project
Before getting started, go to our website and read Using your Printed sensors and Sensor Design Rule of Thumb. These tutorials provide detailed information on how you can use and design your own Printed Sensors for you project.
• 3 x A5 Printed Sensors
• Printed with Electric Paint
• Sealed with smudge-proof coating
• 16 exposed connection points
• Optimised pattern for sensitivity
• Touch and distance sensing
• Flexible and foldable
The Printed Sensors give you the ability to turn almost any material or surface into a sensor, and comes pre-programmed and ready to use. Open the box, power up, and touch one of the electrodes to listen to the audio guide. It’s never been easier to start making an Arduino-based project. Here are some of the many ways you can use your Printed Sensors.