For my Monopoly style game piece I designed a sandcastle. I thought that a sandcastle design would be easy to hold and I added a circular platform on the bottom for added stability. Also, I chose to make a sandcastle because I associate game pieces with children and children love making sandcastles when playing on the … Continue reading Game Piece
In this lab we explored how non-traditional materials can be used to build circuits and how to build series and parallel circuits. For the first part of the lab I was tasked with creating a switch that I could use to light an LED. I decided to make a switch using card stock and copper … Continue reading Lab 2
For my first model I decided to recreate one of my Japanese kokeshi dolls. I have a small collection and it has a relatively simple shape, so I thought it would be the perfect object to model. In order to create my model I became very familiar with the revolve tool to create the head and … Continue reading First Model
The purpose of this lab is create a circuit that lights a LED via a switch, using a breadboard. In addition, I needed to create an enclosure for my breadboard that protected the wires but allowed access to the button switch and LED. The completed circuit shown below includes 7805 Voltage regulator, 220 ohm resistor, … Continue reading Lab 1
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