This is a new and unused set of Chibitronics microcontroller and sensor circuit stickers from the MoMA collection for adding sensing and computation to your paper circuit projects. The sensors include a light sensor, sound sensor and touch sensor. The microcontroller is an attiny-based sticker that can be programmed with Arduino.
Find tutorials for the following components:
Sound sensor (http://chibitronics.com/sound-sensor-tutorial/)
Light sensor (http://chibitronics.com/light-sensor-tutorial/)
Touch sensor (http://chibitronics.com/trigger-sensor-tutorial/)
Chibitronics retired this product back in 2016 so these are very rare and difficult to find! 100% of proceeds go towards scholarships at SFPC.
$50 + shipping & tax Please note: We can only ship within the United States.
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