Learn more about the Bare Conductive Interactive Wall Kit
- How does it work?
An interactive wall is created with a material where you apply the graphics on the front and attach the electronics to the back. We recommend using plywood, but you can also use other non conductive materials.
- Interactive Wall Kit
Create incredible interactive walls and murals
After hundreds of interactive wall projects, we carefully designed this kit to make it easy to plan, prototype, and produce a large-scale project. Alongside the hardware included in the kit, we have extensive digital information and inspiration to kickstart your next project.
- Powered by the Touch Board
You might have used our most popular hardware before: The Touch Board! Each Interactive Wall Kit contains one Touch Board that has 12 touch sensors, which are extended with the included hardware.
12 touch sensors = up to 12 touch points on a wall
- Wall size: Up to 10m x 10m
- Wall thickness: Up to 25mm
- Number of sensors: Up to 12
- Default output: Audio
- Advanced output: USD MIDI, Serial
1 x Touch Board
1 x Electrode Shield
12 x Electrode Pads
12 x Shielded cables
42 x Fixing screws
1 x Interactive Wall Guide
50 x Cable management clips
1 x Cable marking set
1 x microSD card
1 x microSD card reader
1 x Micro USB cable
What do I need to build an interactive wall?
We’ve designed the Interactive Wall Kit so that it can be installed by anyone without needing specialist skills.
All you need is:
1. Technology – Interactive Wall Kit and Electric Paint
2. Creative content – Visuals and audio
3. Surface – A wall, floor, exhibition stand or retail display
How do I build an interactive wall?
Building your installation is easy and fast. With the right planning you can have it set up and running in one to two days.
Just follow these steps:
1. Create your visuals, or get someone with experience in graphics or audio/visual content to help.
2. Set up your surface, you can source a false wall or get any fabricator to build one.
3. Install and connect, just follow our step-by-step tutorials to connect our hardware.