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Tiano-MSP430 based touchscreen piano

Posted on Thursday, April 25th, 2013 in LCD, MSP430 by the machinegeek


Rohit Gupta writes in about Tiano, a Touchscreen Piano he designed using MSP430. He used a resistive touchscreen and a MSP430G2553 (although MSP430G2231 would also do). He obtained useful information in designing this project from app notes from Atmel on the touchscreen theory of operation and from TI on the touchscreen control coding..

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