Trill Craft is a 30-channel breakout board that lets you make your own touch interfaces out of anything conductive.
Trill Craft is perfect 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, and multiple boards can be chained together to create interfaces with hundreds of channels of capacitive touch. Trill Craft comes with an unsoldered right angle pin header for the I2C pins so you can connect the board to Bela or your system of choice.
Dimensions: 52mm x 21mm.
Trill is a family of touch sensors designed by Bela. Launched in 2019 on Kickstarter, Trill sensors are designed to place the power of high-resolution touch sensing in the hands of artists, designers, musicians, and creative makers of all kinds.
For natural, beautiful touch sensing
Trill was inspired by the way we use our hands to interact with the world. Harnessing the power of capacitive touch sensing for interaction, Trill sensors come in a range of shapes, sizes and types to create a convenient way of integrating beautiful touch sensing into any interactive project.
Build beautiful, custom touch interfaces
Trill sensors can be used individually, or chained together to make even larger surfaces. You can use up to 8 of a single Trill type, or a network of different Trill sensors for a totally custom, perfectly crafted interface.
Trill sensors are also highly customisable. Not only can they be trimmed to size to fit exactly where they need to, but they can also be covered and fully embedded in a project, and calibrated in software for exactly the right responsiveness and sensitivity you need.
Designed for Bela, widely compatible
Though Trill touch sensors are designed to take advantage of Bela’s low-latency processing, they are compatible with any system that suppports I2C communication such as Arduino, Teensy, and Raspberry Pi. Download the Trill library and example projects for Bela and other platforms on the Trill Github repo.