Here’s a USB-powered LED paper circuit friend to plug into your laptop and get you started using conductive ink. Bare Conductive shares an Instructable:
In this tutorial we’ll be showing you how to make a cardboard USB Mouse with an LED nose that lights up when plugged into a USB port!
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