I borrowed a Touch Board from the Tech Lab. This board is made by Bare Conductive and it can be connected directly to the conductive ink or through wires. I started making some experiment with it. I connected it to the computer and I opened the Arduino App. With this app, I loaded a code … Continue reading Test with Touch Board
Today I tried to print my first Screen Printing test. I brought my design to print on a positive artwork paper. Unfortunately, the printer cannot print until the borders of the papers, so it always leaves a margin all around. For this reason, I will need to be more precise when printing on the paper … Continue reading Screen Printing Test
I made the first design test that I will try to print with the Screen Printing techniques using the Conductive Ink. In this test, I used different shapes with different sizes in order to see how thin the lines can be and still conduct electricity. I designed a first prototype of the stave with the … Continue reading First Test Design
I went to talk with the technicians in the Screen Printing room to ask them how I can print my Interactive Music Score. They suggested me to buy a special jar with the Electric Paint from Bare Conductive. It contains 50 ml of Conductive Ink that I will use to screen print my Music Score. … Continue reading Conductive Ink
To start my second project, I went to follow a special lesson on Arduino and Physical Computing. I connected to the Arduino a Touch Sensor. In this way, when I was touching the sensor, the Arduino was sending to the computer a signal. From this pictures, you can see how the Arduino sent a different … Continue reading Lesson with Arduino
This is the brief that I wrote for my Digital Design Portfolio – Project 2.
Last week I went to listen to a classical music concert. The concert was played at the Royal Festival Hall. The Philharmonia Orchestra performed three music: Overture and Egmont by Beethoven, Violin Concerto by Tchaikovsky and Symphony No.4 by Brahms. To play the violin solo was Esther Yoo. Unfortunately, I could not take any pictures … Continue reading Concert at the Royal Festival Hall