Making a soft-circuit input device for your computer

August 13, 2010 | electronics, Hardware, Toys and Gadgets | By: Mark VandeWettering

I’m intrigued by various uses for embedded processors, and so are my readers. I hadn’t seen this particular microcontroller board before, the “Teensy”, which is very similar to the Arduino, except that it is uses an ATMEL AVR chip with a direct support for USB. The link also points at a nifty interface to “soft circuit” elements, which probably has some nifty controller applications.

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