tactile sensor experiments: feedback and modulating electrical flow
This experiment uses a stroke sensor pad made from conductive thread and nonconductive thread, conductive fabric, and neoprene. The sensor acts as a variable to control the rhythm and pattern of the led sequence. The rhythmic pattern can be seen as an electrical flow, that is then manipulated by touching the sensor.
This experiment uses a plush tactile sensor that is made from conductive fabric, foam, and neoprene. This allows for a pliable sense of touch. The sensor then triggers a vibration motor and a mini LED.
Using an FSR sensor, which detects physical pressure by squeezing and weight, to control an LED. The harder the pressure sent to the sensor, the brighter the LED appears. The experiment was done with five users to see how they interacted with the touch sensor.
Data received from input device (FSR sensor):