Electronics in a Jar

Koka Nikoladze came up with a creative solution to house his fragile prototype – electronics in a jar (not to be confused with Whiskey in a Jar)

The project sends a midiNote 127 with the velocity 127 when you touch the metal pin by sensing capacitive touch.  When the prototype was done on a solderless breadboard it was a bit fragile.  Koka didn’t want to wait for a PCB to be made, so he spent $1.40 at IKEA on a jar.  He drilled a few holes in the top and made a secure enclosure for his project.