What is the Pi Cap

The Pi Cap is a Raspberry Pi add-on. Add precise capacitive touch, distance sensing, and high-quality audio to your Raspberry Pi A+, B+, Zero and later (any Raspberry Pi with a 40 pin GPIO connector). Connect Electric Paint or anything conductive to one of the 12 electrodes to control sounds, video and more.
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Explore the Pi Cap’s features: Check out the audio output as well as the status LED and get started with your #RaspberryPi projects

Pi Cap Features

Explore the Pi Cap’s features: Check out the audio output as well as the status LED and get started with your #RaspberryPi projects

The Pi Cap adds precise capacitive touch, proximity sensing and high-quality audio to your Raspberry Pi. Connect your Pi project to the physical world. Create sensors by connecting Electric Paint or anything conductive to one of the Pi Cap’s 12 electrodes to control audio, video or connect to the internet.

5 Ways You Can Use Your Pi Cap

The Pi Cap adds precise capacitive touch, proximity sensing and high-quality audio to your Raspberry Pi. Connect your Pi project to the physical world. Create sensors by connecting Electric Paint or anything conductive to one of the Pi Cap’s 12 electrodes to control audio, video or connect to the internet.

Smart On Air sign made with Electric Paint, a Pi Cap and Raspberry Pi Zero by Estefannie Explains It All!

Smart On Air sign made with Electric Paint, a Pi Cap and Raspberry Pi Zero by Estefannie Explains It All!

Set the Pi Cap either as a touch or proximity sensor You can use the twelve sensors on your Pi Cap to trigger touch events and also to sense proximity! All you need is the Pi Cap, a bit of Electric Paint and a bit of coding. In the end, you could create some awesome musical instruments that you can trigger from distance!

How to make a proximity sensor with your Pi Cap

Set the Pi Cap either as a touch or proximity sensor You can use the twelve sensors on your Pi Cap to trigger touch events and also to sense proximity! All you need is the Pi Cap, a bit of Electric Paint and a bit of coding. In the end, you could create some awesome musical instruments that you can trigger from distance!

We've got some new stencils that you can download and use them into your Touch Board or Pi Cap projects.

Project Stencils

We've got some new stencils that you can download and use them into your Touch Board or Pi Cap projects.

Check what other conductive materials you can connect to the Pi Cap and get creative!

How to connect to your board's capacitive sensors

Bare Conductive is a design and technology company producing an electrically conductive paint, capacitive sensor hardware and a range of kits

Learn how to connect your Pi Cap touch events to the internet. This tutorial uses the Bare Conductive #PiCap in combination with a Raspberry Pi to connect the touch events to the internet via MQTT.

Pi Cap + MQTT

Learn how to connect your Pi Cap touch events to the internet. This tutorial uses the Bare Conductive in combination with a Raspberry Pi to connect the touch events to the internet via MQTT.

Pi Cap Capong Project Tutorial A Raspberry Pi powered capacitive touch Pong game that you control with your hand. Find more on our website.   #Pong #game #capacitive #sensors #raspberrypi #projects #technology #PiCap

Pi Cap Capong Project Tutorial

Pi Cap Capong Project Tutorial A Raspberry Pi powered capacitive touch Pong game that you control with your hand.

Pi Cap + Raspberry Pi Visual Guide Use this guide to decide which Raspberry Pi to use, or to check if yours is compatible with the Pi Cap.  #PiCap #RaspberyyPi #guide #tutorial #tips #projects #technology

Pi Cap + Raspberry Pi Visual Guide

Pi Cap + Raspberry Pi Visual Guide Use this guide to decide which Raspberry Pi to use, or to check if yours is compatible with the Pi Cap.

Use the grapher to visualise the sensitivity and precision of the Pi Cap’s sensors.  #PiCap #sensors #capacitive #Grapher #RaspberryPi #projects #tech #programming

Pi Cap + Grapher

Use the grapher to visualise the sensitivity and precision of the Pi Cap’s sensors.


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