Danica’s final project proposal and HW 11

The Mediation Wall

Concept: When you are too stressed out in your workplace or home, it’s always nice to stop and relax, and a lot people use meditation apps which combine sound and some animation help you to calm down. So why not make it in large scale which you can stand up and interact with the circle and

Visualize the movement of the finger by sound and light effect. When your finger touches the acrylic module, the light of the module goes on and there wil be a song playing slowly depends on your movement speed. The problem now is how to diffuse the light evenly and continuously.

https://learn.adafruit.com/neopixels-and-servos

UPDATE Diffusion: Use 3-4 neopixels in one module. Add tape on the neopixel and plastic fabric inside of the acrylic

Breath light, Slowly light up and dark down, like a breathing light

For the color: green, blue and purple. Use the adobe color palette.

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Material:

Acrylic sheet translucent white (Diffusion for the light)

plywood (base)

Question:

Speaker: I want to control the speed of the sound. How?

How to hang on the wall? Nails?

Connection between wood and acrylic (square in the middle of the hexagon)

Capacitive touch sensor board: the touching part is wire connected to the surface of the acrylic surface? Might not be beautiful?

Circuit diagram:

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  1. Hi Danica, nice job on the homework! 👍

    For your final project, do you intend to make each acrylic module a different touch sensor? If so, you might consider this capacitive touch sensor board: https://www.adafruit.com/product/1982

    What color LEDs do you want to use, and can you make a more detailed BOM with links to parts you intend to use?

    To play recorded audio, you will need speakers (such as https://www.adafruit.com/product/1669) and an additional board to hold/play the audio file(s): https://www.adafruit.com/product/2217 Adjusting the playback speed is not supported.

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