# Computational Craft

## Week 2 – Two circuits and Illustration project

Assignment 1 I made two different circuits by using two different materials. Left one is serial circuit made by conductive tapes, and the other one is a parallel circuit with conductive ink.   Assignment 2   For this project, I chose a Japanese comic book titled Dragon Ball. Following drawing is designed by me using…

## Parallel vs Series Circuit (In class assignment)

Below you will see a photo of the parallel and series circuit. The series circuit did not have enough power for these types of LEDS. I have shown how each works individually.       SERIES

## Inspiration (Assignment 1)

I had a couple of different inspirations that I came across. The first is the first project shown in this ted talk by Leah Buechley on How to “sketch” with electronics. Here she shows the ability to draw very basic circuits and uses stickers to identify the places things need to be placed. I really…

## This is New York and Circuits

Week 2 Assignments

## Week2 HW

Task One: For series circuit, I have used electrically conductive paint called Bare Paint to lit up two LED light bulbs. For parallel circuit, I have used conductive tapes to connect the path and LED light bulbs to lit them up.   Task Two: Illustration Project I chose one the Korean children storybook called Rilakkuma….

## Week 2 Assignment

1) Construct one series circuit and one parallel circuit: – Use two or more LEDs (you do not have to solder). – Try using two different methods we discussed in class to create the traces or two different substrates (e.g paper, wood, fabric, etc). – Document each one and post it to the class blog…

## Examples of CompCraft Tech

These are some examples of technologies in computational craft I look forward to exploring: Conductive Ink To Make Sound Sticky Tape Sensors and if I can get my hands on it: Carbon Nanotube “Graphite” What intrigues me about these examples and computational craft in general is the ability to create dynamic interfaces that are very…