Using paper-based circuits and CircuitStickers to make interactive greeting cards. This workshop invites people to explore prototyping with copper tape and paper as a base as an alternative to solder-less breadboard or fabricating printed circuit boards.
You choose from suggested circuit designs that respond to touch, sound, and heat. Using the chosen interactivity we'll build the paper-based circuit to match what you'll draw / design on the overlay.
You take your creation with you. Better yet, send it to someone you love :)
The number of participants for the workshop is limited to 15. There is a sign up sheet available at the Makerspace - first come first serve.
20 € for taking home your own greeting card.