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September 26, 2016 AT 11:08 am

NEW GUIDE: John Park’s PZ-1 Pizza Box DJ Controller @adafruit @johnedgarpark #CircuitPlayground

John Park's PZ-1

Listen up DJs and party people: go check out John Park’s Circuit Playground PZ-1: Pizza Box DJ Controller in the Learning System! It’s a real DJ controller made from cardboard and conductive paint that you control by touch. It even blinks its colorful lights in time to the music!

Build your own DJ controller using a cardboard pizza box, conductive paint, and a Circuit Playground! The PZ-1 pizza box DJ controller uses a Circuit Playground, which senses your capacitive touch and speaks MIDI directly to your software, such as Traktor, Mixxx, and others. With a stencil and conductive paint you’ll create a delicious, functional controller layout. Inspired by a limited edition pizza box turntable from a famous pizza brand, now you can make your own!

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  1. Good work! Keep it out!

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