Design and Implementation of a Capacitive Touch Children’s Guitar Public

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  • The Capacitive Touch Children’s Guitar is a fully functional electronic toy demonstrating an application of Cypress Semiconductor’s CapSense touch sensing technology. It was developed as a senior design project by myself and two other engineering students. I was responsible for the guitar’s LED lights, main microcontroller and sound storage and playback from a flash memory card. In addition, I built a flash memory programmer to load the sound data onto the flash card. This document presents a view of the overall design and an in-depth look at my contributions.
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