040 Lecture - Presentations (NIME, youtube, etc.) - Basic Electronics 2: capacitance (MYO) - -- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZYH9dGl4gUE (also see other Make tutorials) - Simulations (reminder) - Some listening - Ubuweb Resistance - Resistance simulation - Resistor chart - How to read a resistor chart, and another explanation, and one more - Make resistance video introduction - Potentiometers - batteries: rechargeable or not? Which sort? - Royal Institution Christmas Lectures 2014: Lecture 1: The Light Bulb Moment (51:20 jellies) Lecture 2: Making Contact (4:30 sensor glove; 25:00 hologram; 32:00 VR demo; 38:00 hologram 2; 48:30 ultrasonics; 53:00 taste) Lecture 3: A New Revolution (13:00 drum; 21:30 bass guitar; 36:00 robot playing keyboard; 41:20 pixel bots; 49:00 drones) For next seminar Think about the following questions: - Why has the maker movement become so popular over the last ten years? - Provide an overview of prominent microprocessors and microcontrollers, outlining their advantages and disadvantages.
COM 101 Lab Demonstration: Cable - Clip leads - how useful are they (but no substitute for soldering)! - Make a cable with the things you've brought along. - If you haven't got the stuff, go and get it. COM 101 Lab Demonstration: Circuit Bending demo 1 (Laying on of hands) - Circuit bending - Taking apart the toy. - Circuit sniffing - The laying on of hands - Tickling clocks - Hacking clocks - NB Keep documentation, particularly photographs and video. Resistance - Resistance simulation - Resistor chart - Make resistance video introduction - Potentiometers - (Multimeter) For next lab - For next lab, bring in components for the amplification and synth on a chip tasks.
Reading and Listening - Nicolas Collins, 1999, Pea Soup, (Apestaartje) - Audio Tracks from Handmade Electronic Music - Ghazala, R., 2005, Circuit Bending, (Indianapolis: ): Part 1. - (Self-)selected papers from NIME 2005 Proceedings Investigating - Reed Ghazala's Website
Task 2 - Laying on of Hands and Hacking the Clock task 2 due: w13 task 2 weighting: logbook (50%)