Shine On

by Juan Pablo García Sossa
Control a LED’s brightness through Skintimacy.

Skin&Shine

Shine On is a simple example to control the brightness of an LED with your Skintimacy.

You can download the code here: LEDSkintimacy

LEDSkintimacy

You will need to connect your Skintimacy to your Wiring Board as shown. In this case you will only need to use Player 1 and Master to control the LED’s brightness.

You will need a 9v Battery, two (2) Crocodile Clips, some wires, an LED, a resistance, your Wiring Board and of course your Skintimacy.
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First you will need to prepare your Skintimacy.
Connect it to the 9v battery as shown.
Notice that In- on your Skintimacy, goes to Wiring’s GND and to the Battery –
While In+ goes just to the Battery +
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Then you connect Skintimacy’s Player1 to Analog In, the LED to a PWM Pin  (number 4 in this case), an their respective grounds to gnd.
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Now you connect your LED using a breadboard with a resistance between 220 Ohm and 400 Ohm. Remember that the LED’s short leg goes to the ground.LED

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When Player1 and Master touch each other, the LED should turn on and bright according to the touch values.
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