2015-01-21 (W) Color/Touch + Sound

Small wood screws were put into the bottoms of the enclosures to elevate them slightly. This was to keep them from sticking to paper while paint was drying. The screws were not given pilot holes or put in deeply. These are meant to be removed after painting and leave inconspicuous holes.

Elevating screws

A layer of paint was applied with an ordinary bristle brush. The same paint as the first prototype was used although this paint was darker and less of a neutral gray than desired.

Painted enclosures

To do:
  1. Paint enclosures
  2. Plot out location of all lights for even distribution
  3. Create circuit board
    1. Designate all components
    2. Design schematic of components
    3. Design layout for single layer board

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