Conductive paint. This is where the story of Bare Conductive really begins. In 2009, Matt Johnson and three of his classmates at the Royal College of Art in London invented a paint that could conduct electricity. After painting a few simple circuits on the walls, they formed a hardware start-up based on their paint! Today, Bare Conductive is one of the most innovative printed electronics companies in the world!
Electric paint is available in different formats but it is not the best. Most of their kits are built on the idea of adding touch sensors to existing circuits or creating something new by using conductive paint in a creative way. You can even get a keyboard with touch sensors (think of Makey Makey's Banana Piano but with paint instead of bananas).
Bare Conductive paint is innovative, creative and fun to use. It is a creative way for manufacturers to bring their projects to fruition and learn something new! We love innovation, especially supporting the companies and people behind it.
You will find the Bare Conductive product range here. If you need something that you don't see below, don't hesitate to contact us!