Bela, a small London-based company who make an open-source maker board for instrument building and synth experimenting, has created Euro-trill, a module that uses their new Trill touch sensing technology. You can see it in action in the video above and read all about it in this blog.
The Euro-trill module showcases the new Trill sensors that are currently on Kickstarter. There are three types of Trill sensor used in this module: Trill Bar, Trill Square and Trill Craft. Trill uses capacitive sensing to precisely track finger movements making it quick and easy, says Bela, to create beautifully responsive touch interfaces. A spokesperson told us, "Trill sensors are designed to make capacitive touch sensing easy to integrate into music, art and interactive projects."
Here's the kickstarter video...
Pricing and Availability:
See the Kickstarter page.
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