ONLY AVAILABLE FOR NOW AT BAY AREA MAKER FAIRE
Check out our booth in the Startup Pavilion at Bay Area Maker Faire, from Friday May 18th till Sunday the 20th.
Compose a tiny tune with the new TinyPiano! Built around the ATtiny841 microcontroller, this product features 9 capacitive touch sensors, 10 pre-loaded Nokia style ringtones, a loud magnetic buzzer, and simple coin cell power. Seven of the capacitive touch sensors are piano keys and play different pitches. On either side of the keyboard is a function touch pad. Touching the lower pad while playing the keys will result in a lower octave. The high pad will give you a higher octave. Touching both function keys at the same time will play one of 10 randomly selected ringtones!
Follow the instructions and pictures below to assemble your TinyPiano.
1. Place the 3 screws down through the 3 small holes in the TinyPiano circuit board.
2. Place 3 nuts onto the 3 screws and tighten them down against the circuit board. These create the " piano legs".
3. Place the coin cell battery in it's clip. Now make music!