Tapetricity Sensor

Using file cards and aluminum tape, you can make a sensor board that will be able to tell between different cards. By using individual cards, you can provide input to a light output board for a simple quiz game. You can also use this system to add input to an Arduino or other microcontroller circuit project. Connected to a Makey Makey, you can make a computer input based on placing the correct card on the sensor board.

There are photos of this project.

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Making things is the best way to learn about our world.
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