Looking for a novel puzzle for use in your escape room? Look no further. In 2010, Eastern Voltage Research developed a human conductivity switch - a first of its kind - to demonstrate the conductivity of the human body. Since then, it was utilized as a unique switch used for escape rooms where two or more people would need to hold hands, and touch two conductive surfaces at different points in the room to solve a particular puzzle. Most commonly, when a connection was made, either a UV light would illuminate some hidden paint revealing an important clue or an electromagnetic lock on a door or safe would open.
Our latest line of Human Chain controllers feature many improvement including higher sensitivity pre-amplifer circuits, embedded processor control, and high current relay and solid state outputs.
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