1. Basic Electronics Tutorial 9 - Lab 3b - Diode, Capacitors, Potentiometer, Photo Cells (LDR), Light Dependent Resister, Power Sup


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    www.hdvidi.tv Basic Electronics Tutorial 9 - Lab 3b - Diode, Capacitors, Potentiometer, Photo Cells (LDR), Light Dependent Resister, Power Supplies

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    • Concert Box


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      When looking for concerts you end up scouring the internet only to find long lists of venues and band names. Without knowing the band, the photos and names tell you nothing about their music. You have to know what you are looking for in order to find it. The Concert Box is a proof of concept that leverages Last FM and Spotify API's in order to bring spontaneous discovery back to music in a hyperlocal fashion. Tune one dial to concerts happening tonight, tomorrow, or this week. The other to concerts happening within 5, 10, or 20 miles of your location. Then hear only songs from the musicians within those parameters. Discover musicians in your area today and go see them tonight. for more cargocollective.com/caseykawahara

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      • dirm


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        "Dynamically Interactive and Responsive Membrane," (DIRM) challenges the foundational architectural idea of the wall as boundary. DIRM is a design experiment which reimagines the concept of 'enclosure.' DIRM's design strategy of repeated and variable modules in layers of exchange and protection are based on biological, ecological, mathematical, and cellular membranes and edges, including strange attractors, ecological edge, skin, hair, nails, feathers, scales, and cellular membranes. Using sensors and motors, in addition to architectural materials, DIRM selectively opens or closes in response to changing weather conditions and human presence, allowing the outdoor air, and its molecules of information, to permeate the building. More about the project can be found at http://lindseyfrench.com/dirm

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        • Drawing music


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          What would your drawings sound like? An experimental prototype for making music with patterns and drawing. for more http://cargocollective.com/caseykawahara

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          • iGAZESR33HD / iGAZEB33HD - Vandal Resistant Photo Eye


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            Vandal Resistant IP 55 Rating Hard Wired / Battery Powered Adjustable Photo Eye 33 FT Range 180 degree adjustment on Horizontal axis 30 degree adjustment on Vertical axis

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            • iGAZESR66HD / iGAZESR196HD(long range) - Vandal resistant photo eyes


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              Vandal Resistant Weather / Water Resistant 66 / 196 Ft Range IP 66 Rating 180 degrees adjustable photo eye on horizontal plain

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              • LIGHTS ON/OFF


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                This is a simple home-made synthesizer that I’ve done with basic components. It has 3 oscillators that can be controlled individually or together by using photocells and knobs. Audio: Iván Brito Video: Layla Violeta

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                • Lilypad - Photocell Test


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                  LED's going off in sequence due to random variables.

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                  • photo acoustic plantae


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                    In the future, a grove of audio plants communicate through light and emit both light and sound. Each plant has hotwired computer speaker leaves, a photosensor, and 5 bar led vu. Originally, one plant would "speak" at a time and the next would speak when it saw enough light. The sound would move back and forth as they spoke. Unfortunately, the elaborate/shoddily-constructed circuitry and Arduino fried 6 hours before the exhibition opening. This video only captures what we salvaged in the end by wiring all the amps together into a feedback loop. *sigh* A project for the “Future” exhibition at the IT-ceum, The Swedish Computer Museum, in Linköping, Sweden. Dan Wilcox Oscar Ramos December 9th 2006 to March 2007

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                    • Photophono Project #01


                      from Anna Meli Athens / Added

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                      Photophono Project #01 Interactive Sound Sculpture Real-time 4-channels diffusion controlled by light emission Clay – Arduino – Photocells – Processing – Super Collider The main concept was to combine an ancient material, clay, with new technologies in order to create a novel contemporary ceramic sonic instrument . Therefore an interactive ceramic was created which contains photocells [light sensors] and which could be categorized as a new class of music instruments that interact with light: The photophones. The shape of the sculpture is organic, resembling a molecule, a core and also refers to the shape of some seashells. It consists of two main volumes. The external mass and the internal sphere. The outer shell, “the skin” is constructed by small spherical volumes, representing defence and protection. The inner part of the skin, contains a big sphere with an opening, through which the inner texture is visible. The user can interact with the ceramic by touching the photocells or by illuminating them with a flashlight. The photocells perceive the intensity of the light remoting the volume of each audio channel (one channel per light sensor). The user can create this way a real time sound synthesis. The four speakers surrounding the user are giving the sense of the movement of the sound resulting an interesting soundscape. This project aims to make an allusion to tactility in art, and especially in ceramic art where the works are extremely fragile. The user has the chance to touch and play with the ceramic, without the fear of destroying it. The sculpture will interact back making the user able to experience the soundscape surrounding him. Anna Meli, Argyro Papathanasiou, Ifigeneia Mavridou, Christina Chrysanthopoulou, Gregoris Mastoras The project has been created under the European Master “Art, Virtual Reality and Multi-user Systems of Artistic Expression” Athens School of Fine Arts & University Paris 8 http://www.eumaster.asfa.gr/ Coordinator of the Master: Manthos Santorineos Coordinators of the Project: Taxiarchis Diamantopoulos Voula Zoi Tassos Kannelos Anna Laskari http://annameli.com/en-art_photophono01.html

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