Conductive ink is a really fun way to make your paper creations responsive, taking them to the next level of enjoyment. Put lights on your house drawing, make your windmill turn, whatever you can dream of. Conduct is the project that turns the wall itself into a responsive experience.
This project uses wall paper squares with a series of circuits on them to create a one of a kind experience. Each panel connects to another line in the circuit and they lead to different devices that have different effects.
A push of a button may turn on a light, it may make something spin. It’s like a technological touch and feel book for adults. It’s also quite pleasing to the eye. I wouldn’t mind something like this in my house but it may get old after a few times around. This is just an experimental art project but what a neat use for technology.