1. Physical Computing Test 1


    from Tiffany Chou Added 4 0 0

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    • Ardunie


      from mon Added 162 0 1

      Ardunie is an animatronic head which follows your position with his eyes, when he feels that you have spent time enough with him to consider you his friend (and if he is in the mood) he will try…

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      • ITP // Christmas LED that no one gives a shit about


        from sarah k hallacher Added 16 0 0

        Here's another failed attempt at creating a blinking LED that I can guarantee no one gives a shit about as they've since been blown away by my actual blinking LED. I'm just posting…

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        • Long Distance Voodoo-ISA


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          • LED Pinky Swear Detector - Arduino


            from Zena Koo Added 33 0 0

            The assignment in ITP -NYU's Intro to Physical Computing class called for us to be creative with the way we showed our understanding of the Arduino-LED concept performed in the lab, as well as…

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            • Glockenspiel


              from Michael Uzzi Added 58 0 0

              A silly musical version of a combination lock. Play the correct sequence of notes (La - Mi - Do) to see the green light. Make a mistake and the red light glows.

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              • LEDs


                from Michael Uzzi Added 6 0 0

                Press the button for the green light. Release for the red light.

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                • Circuit Test - "Squidward's Little Shop of (Zombie) Horrors"


                  from matthew epler Added 31 0 0

                  Physical Computing Class - week 1 assignment. Full blog post can be found at http://itp.nyu.edu/~mae383/blog (by search)

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                  • Pinwheel Turbine


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                    • Slinky Switch


                      from Christie Added 12 0 0

                      By covering the stairs with foil and wiring them (alternating positive and negative) in the circuit, I was able to use a slinky as a walking switch.

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