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Trill Craft

Trill Craft
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Trill Craft is a 30-channel breakout board that lets you make your own touch interfaces out of anything conductive.Using capacitive sensing, Trill Craftisperfect for crafting complex interfaces from conductive fabric, copper tape, metal, wire, fruit, water, and any other conductive material. Each of Trill Craft's 30 channels of capacitive sensing offer variable readings (12-bit), and multiple boards can be chained togetherto create interfaces with hundreds of channels of capacitive touch.Trill Craft comes withan unsoldered right angle pin header for the I2C pins so you can mount the board in a breadboard or solder cables to connect to your microcontroller of choice.

  • Dimensions: 52mm x 21mm
  • 30 channels of capacitive sensing
  • Breadboard friendly with 2.54mm (0.1”) pin spacing
  • Build your own sensors out of conductive materials

About Trill
Trill is a family of touch sensors thatlaunched on Kickstarter in 2019. Inspired by the way we use our hands to interact with the world,Trill sensors use capacitive touch technology to make it easy to add high-resolution, natural touch interaction to your interactive projects.Find out everything you need to know about using Trill at Trill was designed by the team behind Bela but is compatible with any platform that supports I2C communication, such as Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Teensy and more. Every Bela and Bela Mini system ships with a Trill library as well as lots of examples (including visualisations using our GUI integration).

Libraries and examples

Guides and Documentation
Getting started guide:
All about I2C:

Using multiple sensors together

Adjusting settings and mounting


Question and answer



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