Using The Touch Board With MIDI

Here’s an update on the Touch Board DIY toolkit for creating custom interfaces.

Since our last post about the Touch Board, the project has blown past its fundraising goals by over 300%. And they’ve release a new demo video, embedded above, that looks at using the Touch Board with MIDI.

Check it out and let us know what you think of it!

Key Features:

  • Touch sensing
  • Distance sensing
  • No programming required
  • Arduino-compatible
  • Works great with Electric Paint
  • MP3 Player / MIDI device
  • MicroSD card socket – Change the sounds just by changing the card
  • Standard 3.5mm audio jack – Works with headphones and speakers
  • Lithium Polymer (LiPo) – Stand alone projects that recharge via USB
  • HID capable – Turn the Touch Board into a keyboard or mouse

For more info on the Touch Board, see the Kickstarter site.

2 thoughts on “Using The Touch Board With MIDI

  1. This is pretty effing cool! When do these things start shipping?

    I think the potential for audio manipulation with the distance sensor is huge! Is it sensing the energy being given off by your hand?

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