I'm currently working in a soft circuits project that involves a capacitive touch sensor, LED sequins and conductive yarns + thread - and I read that it was possible to use these without a microcontroller like adafruit's Gemma or Flora.
The basic idea is that when you touch the conductive material (input for the sensor), the LED sequin (output) would turn on.
the output of the touch sensor I'm using [https://www.adafruit.com/product/1362] gives an active low signal when it's "on", so when I'm touching the conductive material (that I'm using as the switch), the output signal is "low', which turns the LED sequin off.
Is there a way to turn this "active low" into an "active high" signal without using a microcontroller?
some help would be hugely appreciated!!