The worlds most simple, clear, minimal resistor colour-code poster.
January 2021: Online Zoom event on Processing, an open-source coding language specifically focused on computer-generated art.
I built a Raspberry Pi 3 luggable cyberdeck, with a built-in Geiger counter that measures ionizing radiation.
This is a short post based on a small and simple lesson that introduces some of my students to a rather fancy “hello world” – controlling Neopixel-style* LED strings. The
TLDR: Inventing new things and applying current technology in creative ways will require code, electronics, and vivid imagination: in other words, technical skill and creative thinking are needed together. Creative
Much exciting content to look forward to, but among other things is an intro course to programming paper-based devices. This is a natural extension of my Paper Circuit Art course,
Arduino lives between two worlds – it is both programming and electronics rolled into something of both – microcomputers, aka physical computing. This makes one wonder, is Arduino really the
For a long time, Coursera and other online learning sites didn’t offer much in the way of electronics courses, and there was particularly little related to embedded electronics. That has
Having just started getting the feel for programming C/C++ with Arduino, I always wanted to give Processing a shot, being vaguely aware that Processing has the ability to catch serial
Hum. Or maybe a walkthrough. This is a very cute and easy top understand video on what an Arduino is, and what it contains (here). It is produced by the