2014-12-05 (F) Color/Touch Sensory Panel

A table was covered in magazine pages to protect it from paint. A can of discounted paint was purchased from a home improvement store as well as a suitable paintbrush. The wooden frames were painted on all sides except the bottom. The pieces were left to dry on the magazine table.

 Magazine table and first painted frame

Finished painting

Two light hoods were sketched in CAD. The first was meant to interlock with identical pieces to form a square array. The second was designed to mount in a corner and should print well on a 3D printer.

 Sketch one of light hood which interlocks with three identical pieces

Sketch two of light hood which mounts to a corner

To do:
  1. Take measurements
  2. Paint
  3. Design light hood
  4. Build/print light hoods
  5. Build electronics
  6. Program Arduino
  7. Cut polycarbonate sheets
  8. Install switches
  9. Install light hoods
  10. Install electronics
  11. Install polycarbonate

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