Concept: Exploring the camera as a medium in both analog and digital modes, to build a hybrid stereoscopic camera. And see how the human cognitive perception will respond creating 3D vision or representation of both analog and digital results at once. Continue reading
in this project, I wanted to explore 2 components that I had in my Arduino kit but never used: the Bluetooth shield + RGB Led.
in this stage of the process, I started to think of the UX part. I started by deciding to add a touchscreen to the camera. and thinking about making it work independently. but after meeting Liza, I’m reconsidering adding a button which was the initial idea. connecting both cameras through one conductive button that takes both digital and analog images.
a combination lock
Understanding the basic logic behind the digital combination lock was the main goal of this project. although it seemed hardcore tech for me at first, thinking it step by step made me realize how simple it is.
Using basic components like Led, 220 ohms resistors, buttons and 10K ohms resistors, breadboard, Arduino board, jumper wires. you can build your very own safe.
although I realized it required very basic logic, for some reason the lock could work once and stop responding after that, so I wouldn’t recommend putting your governmental papers in such a safe 🙂 so after failing hard I had to use a code from Alyssa: http://lizastark.com/physcomp/alyssas-combination-lock-week-4/ https://drive.google.com/file/d/1OlpTO_oNPYWVEbz0SmbbegJo1Oo0Lawy/view
here is some documentation starting with the failed trial and then after using Alyssa’s code:
CONCEPT: in this project, I would like to explore the difference between analog and digital photography and represent these two mediums as a different-colored eye or (Heterochromia) for a photographer. having the passion for both and how that affects the way a photographer sees the world. Continue reading
and it stands for universal asynchronous receiver/transmitter, it is one of the fundamental/basic ways of communicating the serial to another information source wirelessly. Continue reading
After learning about sensors, we were asked to combine the use of both photocell – love – and ultrasonic sensor using an if statement, and here is the result: