PRINTED TOUCH APP KIT
Our Printed Touch App Kit allows you to add digital connectivity to surfaces using pre-printed conductive stickers or pre-assembled poster blanks with a Bluetooth control module. Touching the physical print will control the digital experience within the app, launching videos, images, and audio.
The Printed Touch App Kit has a bunch of great features and functions, from simple audio visual to full music remixing capability and and touch-activated gif animations.
Getting started by creating some artwork for your project using the creator kit template which you can find here.
Here we’ll bring all your Audio kit components together to create the physical foundation of your project. You can find your cutter guide template here.
Here’s an introduction to creating your app. You will need to use a combination both Novalia’s web portal and Builder app.
Learn about Novalia’s Web portal. Here you will learn how to create an account, an app name and asset group, enable data capture and upload your images, audio, and video’s.
Learn about Novalia’s Builder app. Find out how to install Builder, login in and connect your device to your printed touch sticker.
Here you will learn how to recalibrate and adjust the sensitivity of your touchpoints.
Let’s assign images, audio and video to your touchpoints.
Learn a little more about your home screen icons.
Here’s some more information about some of our Web portal features… Hey presto you’ve created your app, lets play!
At Novalia, we use the Printed Touch App Kit every day to make awesome experiences for brands. We’re looking forward to seeing what you create too.
The Audi TT Brochure Hack used our conductive stickers and Bluetooth control module to create an augmented brochure that launches video on touch.
BUD LIGHT SXSW
The interactive walls at SXSW 2016 used our Bluetooth control module to send touch activated MIDI into Ableton, creating a giant music remixer
SCHWARTZ: FEEL FLAVOUR
The Feel Flavour Posters used our App enabled conductive print to launch png animations on screen