- I'm now using the actual microcontroller (circuit board) that will be in the guitar, the Arduino Mega 2560. This has a lot more inputs and outputs than the Arduino Uno, which I was using before.
- The menu system is now pretty much fully functional, allowing me to route any sensor to any MIDI parameter and adjust settings such as the minimum and maximum values a sensor can transmit.
- I can now connect three MIDI devices simultaneously (I have been having tremendous fun controlling my synth and sampler at the same time).
- I have tracked down a large sheet of transparent plastic which will be cut down to size and used as a giant scratch-plate to mount the sensors (and cover the large hole in the guitar).
A new video will make its way to this corner of cyberspace as soon as I've made enough progress that any new footage is easily distinguishable from previous stuff.