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Documentation: Energy Mementos

Energy Mementos are small objects for collecting (generating) small amounts of electrical energy, keeping (storing) the energy, and recording and storing energy metadata related to the various qualities of its production such as direction, magnitude, age and time of energy generation; … Continue reading

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Project Proposal: Energy Mementos

This project will create a working prototype of Energy Mementos. Energy Mementos are small objects for collecting (generating) small amounts of electrical energy, keeping (storing) the energy, and recording and storing energy metadata related to the various qualities of its … Continue reading

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Energy Mementos

Energy Mementos are small objects for collecting (generating) small amounts of electrical energy, keeping (storing) the energy, and recording and storing energy metadata related to the various qualities of its production such as direction, magnitude, age and time of energy … Continue reading

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Assignment 3: Sensing simple signals

Here’s my video and code for assignment three. Pretty straightforward, so don’t have much to say 😉   SWITCHLIGHT int pbIn =2; int ledOut1 = 13; int ledOut2 = 12; int button = 0; void setup() { pinMode(pbIn, INPUT); pinMode(ledOut1, … Continue reading

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Assignment 4 Ins and Outs of Analog

Here are videos and code for the final parts of assignment 4. The red LED is the analog out. The yellow LED is illuminated during the initial callibration period. (The code is a little messy, but it works.) const int … Continue reading

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Assignment 6: Mechanisms and movement

Here it is. 2 gears and a 2-sided rack. 100% cardboard. And a geared motor attached to another gear to drive the whole thing. The gear teeth are made from the corrugation of the cardboard. But here’s the twist: The … Continue reading

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