Working with lighting designer and Newlab member  Jason Krugman  day 21 is a Analogue Touch Matrix. This piece was developed by Jason and together we recreated his piece documenting each step to bring you an Instructables. (coming soon)
       
     
 The Analogue Touch Matrix uses a simple electronic circuit adapted to include 150 Capacitors and Light Emitting Diodes. As the user presses his/her hand into the panel the respective L.E.D makes contact, completing the circuit. As the pressure is released the circuit is broken and the capacitor discharges creating a fading effect. 
       
     
       
     
       
     
 Working with lighting designer and Newlab member  Jason Krugman  day 21 is a Analogue Touch Matrix. This piece was developed by Jason and together we recreated his piece documenting each step to bring you an Instructables. (coming soon)
       
     

Working with lighting designer and Newlab member Jason Krugman day 21 is a Analogue Touch Matrix. This piece was developed by Jason and together we recreated his piece documenting each step to bring you an Instructables. (coming soon)

 The Analogue Touch Matrix uses a simple electronic circuit adapted to include 150 Capacitors and Light Emitting Diodes. As the user presses his/her hand into the panel the respective L.E.D makes contact, completing the circuit. As the pressure is released the circuit is broken and the capacitor discharges creating a fading effect. 
       
     

The Analogue Touch Matrix uses a simple electronic circuit adapted to include 150 Capacitors and Light Emitting Diodes. As the user presses his/her hand into the panel the respective L.E.D makes contact, completing the circuit. As the pressure is released the circuit is broken and the capacitor discharges creating a fading effect.