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View Resource How to Make a Bristlebot: A Tiny Directional Vibrobot

This site, created by Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories, shows you how to make a simple electronic BristleBot. The BristleBot is a simple and tiny robot with an agenda. The ingredients? One toothbrush, a battery, and a pager motor. The result? Serious fun. (YouTube video here.) The BristleBot is our take on the popular vibrobot, a simple category of robot that is controlled by a single vibrating...

View Resource Simple LabVIEW DC Circuit Simulation With Series Resistors: Overview

This is a downloadable simple DC circuit simulation with 2 resistors in series for studying Ohm's Law. Users can adjust the voltage and the resistors while the current changes in real time, just like the real thing. Users are then asked whether the current increases or decreases as the ohms of the resistors increases. Includes instructions on how to measure DC / AC current. This free program...

View Resource Electronics Lab

This Web site offers a one-stop shop for electronic projects with images, circuits with full descriptions, schematics and diagrams for printed circuit boards (PCBs), integrated circuits, and homemade electronic devices. This site supports an active electronics hobbyist community with free electronics articles, a blog, tutorials, question and answer area, design tips and hints, and an online...

View Resource Basics of Electrical Products

This course is one of the quickStep series offered by Siemens in Electrical Products. These are FREE on-line industrial knowledge building tutorials. quickSTEPs are a great start for industry novices moving into technical jobs or staff in operational support rolls. They can also be very effectively used as out of class assignments for review or to build fundamental skills. Each course includes:...

View Resource How to Make a Speaker

These instructions teach how to make a homemade speaker using a plastic cup, business card, wire, magnet, and some Lego blocks. This is a great student/class project to learn about magnetism, electricity, and audio, and how the three work together.

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