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Can someone help me code for the bare conductive board? Answered

I recently bought an arduino and bare conductive board and really need help trying to code three things at once. So the idea is to use a servo motor, audio speaker, and lights to go off when in proximity of the electric paint. The project itself is having a mouth open and sounds/ lights come on. From what I can tell I can get the audio with bare conductive board, but not sure how to hardware the servo and the lights on the board either. I can see online its possible to hardware the arduino with a bread board with sensor coding, speakers and lights, but for the audio its beeps. With the bare conductive you get the mp3 storage capacity. 

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NicholasK35

3 years ago

The only thing that comes close to getting the hardware is the http://www.bareconductive.com/make/light-switch-kit/ project thou instead of just the light working would like that and the servo motor w/ sound to turn on as well from the touch paint.

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NicholasK35

3 years ago

Yes it is the Bare Touch Board. I was looking up the "Setting up your touch board with arduino" and was looking into the sketchs for the coding of the touch board. The only thing ive been able to see so far is the coding just for the sensors to affect the mp3 files and nothing on any other hardware features.

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Nighter3D

3 years ago

Unfortunatly Bare Conductive board describes a board that is bare and conducts. We dont have encyclopedic knowledge on every type of board out there.

So...By Bare Conductive Board do you mean the TOUCH BOARD by Bare Conductive??? if so i'll go read up and see if i can be of some assistance.

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Nighter3DNighter3D

Answer 3 years ago

Ok. by what i gather the Bare Touch is actually a modified Arduino Leonardo with a touch sensor and Audio processor integrated. You can program it like you would a arduino so you may want to look into that. You can find out and learn how to use your touch as a leonardo through the guide "Setting up your touch board with arduino". This is probably where you will want to start. learn how to code works and you should be able to include and use stuff like Arduino's Servo code and lighting.