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Old 09-21-2014, 08:22 AM   #1 (permalink)
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hey everyone im jay,

i have had an idea in my head and i wanna make it but not sure wha to do or what any of the things are called that i need to do it.

i'll explain what i wanna do,

i want to make some pressure pads for a survey, i need to make pressure pads that will register when they have been hit. for example, if i was playing a team death match while paint balling and was hit on the upper back, then the censor sown into the top portion of my jacket would send a signal via a raspberry pi to my laptop to record the results via a gui. how could i go about doing this? i know about the conductive material (i found a video on youtube) but i dont know how to connect it or test it. could anyone help me please? tar
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