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Hi, thank you! I just tried to open the link in the instructable, and it worked for me.It's this one: http://pastebin.com/9mDBrR0DMaybe you have some connection issues?Let me know if you have other problems.
Hi! For the piezo, it is just fine, you can use the sensor as a buzzer too. I glued the servo in the box, and a piece of metal with a hole in it, on the top. In this way, when the servo moves, the white end goes into the hole, closing the box.Anyway, I made another version of this box, using a capacitive sensor instead of a piezo (you can just use a piece of aluminium paper, attaching a wire to it). If you can do it - it only requires a few changes in the code - it's a lot more efficient sensing the user's touches!
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