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With this guide, you can teach students how to create a fidget spinner using a 3D printer. The spinner is designed with standard LEGO-size studs, making it compatible with Crazy Circuits parts. Add a battery holder and LEDs, and you'll have a fidget spinner students will love!
Build a capacitive touch-based piano or synthesizer using Crazy Circuits. This is a great example of how to create a large-scale or wall piano for a library or classroom. The piano works great with conductive paint or Squishy Circuits dough and uses Bare Conductive Paint as interactive touch points.
Teach students how to use Squishy Circuits conductive dough to create fun sound effects. In this activity, students will use the dough to control the sound being produced by a Piezo speaker hooked up to a Crazy Circuits touch board.
Students will love turning on LEDs using Squishy Circuits conductive dough and the Crazy Circuits touch board. This guide demonstrates how to use the dough as touch points to activate up to four LEDs.
Students can show off their heartbeats with this fun wearable project. All you need is a Crazy Circuits board and a simple Pulse Sensor to create a heart monitor. Sew it on a shirt, and you can literally wear your heart on your sleeve!
Teach students how to build their own capacitive touch-based piano or synthesizer using Crazy Circuits. The piano works great with conductive paint or Squishy Circuits dough and uses Bare Conductive Paint as interactive touch points.
With this guide, you can teach students how to create a conductive sewing bracelet that uses button snaps and Crazy Circuits. This simple project can be made with a variety of themes. The circuit is "turned on" when the two button snaps are connected, making for a fun and interactive end project.