Control TV Using Touch Remote

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Touch Remote using Arduino

In this video, I'll show you the working of touch remote. This is a fun project. I wished I could control television using a touch remote. So I decoded my TV remote and used an Aluminum foil as Touchpad.

Since many suggested to add an explanation, I had put on a voice over. Hope you like this video. Thank you all !!!

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