MRISAR's Interactive Human Conductor Exhibit
Touch sensitive oscillator. We originally designed & fabricated this exhibit for museums in 1993. It is an exciting educational exhibit that delights both young and old. To use this exhibit students touch the two metal plates at the same time. The device in turn conducts a small electrical signal that turns on a oscillator which creates a sound. As more students touch the plates the sound develops a deep tonal quality that is reminiscent of musical notes. The exhibit can also link through a number of students in a row if one touches one plate and the other touches the other plate and in turn they touch their remaining hands together. It is extremely fun to use and illustrates touch switch technology, electrical conductance and oscillator theory. The text supplied on the exhibit discusses the theory and applications for the technology. It operates on a totally isolated power supply at approximately 6 VDC. The power is supplied by one 120 V AC grounded outlet. A Solar powered version is available at no additional cost. The exhibit is available in a wide variety of colors. 2’ x 2’ footprint. Contact us for price information.
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