2016-12-25 (Su) Color/Touch COMPLETED

A short script was written to explain the features of the Color/Touch. It was only 280 words and wasn’t expected to be more than a minute long. The script was read in the recording space so a clean audio track could be isolated. Multiple takes were necessary for most of the sentences but this was a familiar pattern because it was used extensively when recording an audio book.

The video was recorded with a cell phone in poor lighting but most of the light came from the Color/Touch anyway. Nothing was spoken during the recording but the audio track was playing through headphones so it could be synchronized. Sounds from pressing buttons and occasionally punching the panels was kept intact but background noise was cropped out. The video was done in a single cut but it took several tries.

Audio tracks and the video were stitched together then published to YouTube. By the end, the video was less than two minutes and sounded like an amateur KickStarter.com video. Of course, the Color/Touch isn’t for sale since the directions to build it are freely available through this blog. If anymore Color/Touch models are built, they will receive another set of revisions which should involve creating an easy-to-follow building guide. Currently, the project is a mash-up of techniques and revised programs so it would be difficult to even assemble pictures for an instruction guide. But it could be done.

Narrated Color/Touch Presentation


The rest of the posts for this project have been arranged by date.

First time here?

Completed projects from year 1.
Completed projects from year 2.

Completed projects from year 3.


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2016-12-20 (Tu)

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