Arduino Leonardo Touch Board makes any project interactive

Touch Board is an Arduino-compatible device from Bare Conductive Ltd, a technology outfit based in London, UK.

A simple device powered by an Arduino Leonardo microcontroller board, it can be used to add interactivity to any interface. It’s the type of device that a DIYer will love.

But you can’t buy it just yet, as it is in the pre-production phase of its life. To get it out to the masses, Bare Conductive has launched a Kickstarter project in an attempt to raise about $24,000 USD. And all you need to do to help is a minimum contribution of $1.60 USD. For a contribution of $56 USD, you get one early-release touch Board. You may visit the Kickstarter page for details.

Here’s is an introductory video of the Touch Board.

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