Capacitive-Touch Arduino Keyboard Piano

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Capacitive-Touch Arduino Keyboard Piano


Using only an Arduino, a few resistors, a buzzer, and some bits of aluminum foil, you can create your own touch-sensor piano keyboard in just a few minutes! View the Instructable for more information on how to build your own!



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