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About Me

You can find my works here - Undrawn

Full Name - Vikram Kumar Ranu

Email -

Mob - 9632470514



Andamans with ANET

Kindly correct my spellings


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Inter tidal walk, forest walk, ANET location, Mangrove walk

Documentation 1st Draft

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Day 1 Jan 10

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Exploring ANET with maps, clues and questions (Letter Box)

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Beatle nut

Oceans and tides were high

People and team working over there, the first interaction

Settling in

Cutting of lock with the ax saw

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Drawing first iPad drawing sitting in balcony.

Shifting to next hut.

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Night out at the beach with Vivek and drawing 7 iPad drawings of trees.

Day 2 Jan 11

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4:30 AM - Intertidal walk

Few picture and video documentation

the big white tree Padauk

Walk on the sands and then on the oceans cause the tides were high




Drawing Yashash

Sand art helped connecting with massArts students

Break fast - eggs and poha.

Caustics and tree shadows on the oceans.

getting to know few of them. interacting with mass arts faculties, artist and biologist.

Sensing with conscious

DIY 101 learned about LED

Fun rotation DIY uv led light toy, that i can relate to Jelly fish

Day 3 Jan 12

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8 AM - Mangrove walk

Headed by Savita and Katya

Fidler crabs

Hermit crab


Mud Scikppers

Dog-headed snake

H2S hydrogen Sulphide


Picture and Video documentation

SeaKrate walk,Pit Viper, spotted 2 torch light night time with video documentation. dogs following us behind

Walk with Yashas and Mark From Anet to near by Anugama to Anet - interaction

Play with insect catcher tool, joy of counting 28 small insects and 1 spider

Day 4 Jan 13

Helping (very little) for Jackson’s oven

Beach and swimming and interaction with mass arts students about their culture and college lifestyles and telling my shy- indian story.

Scuba diving training

breathing in and out, removing water in the glasses while inside the water.

Lunch with mass arts at a resort

Jetty - Fish landing, Lobsters , fishes - video documentation.

Bengali Fisher men

Walk from Anugame to Anet

Baracuda fish cooked for dinner

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Interacting with mass arts standouts art works

Exploring tree house and Yashas’s Art and Science lab.

Light beep understanding chip design, integrated circuit, resistors and Capacitors. Help from Mark

Day 5 Jan 14

Scuba Diving

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Rain and storm

GoPro video documentation

Mangrove walk

Play with seed as javelin

Fidler crab think like an artist

Sound documentation for rain that falls on the tall trees

Presentation by Scuba instruction about coral reef we experienced

Make an insect catcher tool with a bottle and 2 pipes

Reflection with Mass arts students and interaction via different kind of performance oriented games. Sharing our best experience.

Interacting with teaches and understanding them empathy. Listen more the talk.

Using Saul’s microscope

Saul explaining about the colour sensing tool - spectrometer. black and white standard UV and UR.

colour of a gecko

Working with webcam camera and its lens and clicking pictures

Reading by Padmini on Goethe

Day 6 Jan 15

Heavy Rain

Drawing insects

Drawing people

Dry Snake bite on my left foot - may be a baby Keel-back

Watching them with microscope

Working on a stable microscope.

Lerning soldering

2nd Presentation by Scuba instruction, inspired by one photograph of Katya

Milkha’s movie screening on his Masters movies

Fun performance based interaction , the laugh and belly , and circle inside of a circle.

h2 - massarts. S Srishti together we are H2S in the mangroves and ANET as the Catalyst

Day 7 Jan 16


Mangrove walk , mud hole water PH value, slight rain water neutralised it

Walk on tidal with teacher, understanding with empathy, listening more, less talking. taking videos of them.

Working on finishing the Led rotating toy with a glove attached made of duck tape

Exhibition of our DIY

Surprise by ANEt - Video presention on Anet and our funny documentation


Day 8 Jan 17

Certificate Scuba diving


Flight from Port Blair to Chennai

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Train from Chennai to Bangalore 8 hrs

10 PM reached bangalore

Day 9 Jan 18

Gud bye, Lunch at Arzu’s House, Ants , Toit, Vistah, See off

Day 10 Jan 19

First Draft Documentation

DIY list that I worked on

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learnt about basics tools

1.Led fun jelly Fish

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2.Led bib bip (Learning resisters and capacitor)

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3.Insect catcher



Day 11 Jan 20

Reading : laboratory to landscape

Lab Visits with in srishti (objective is to create a lab of our own)

chemistry lab

physic lab

biology lab

dark room

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cooking lab

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music drama lab

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art studio

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art-science lab

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How to make our own lab

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Emptying and setting our own lab

Peter Vogel - screening The sound of shadows 2011

introduction to basics of electronics

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creating abstract switches

Day 12 Jan 21

Reading - Study of Atelier Tradition and Goethean Science by Artist Daan Hoekstra

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Recommended reading about "Dr Faustus"

Basic of Eletronics

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Circuit diagram basics

Varying resistance

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LDR Light D Resistance

buzzer speaker - varying sound

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Day 13 Jan 22

Movie - "Life in Aquatic"

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Reading - "Yearners and Schoolers"

LOGO programming language for kids.

different ways of connecting these circuits, aligator clips, breadboards, soldering (different stayles) and more

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Chips and IC's

Day 14 Jan 23

Presentation by Andrej

Andrej from Parague

The story of lights

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creative design of basic amplifier circuit.

Day 15 Jan 24

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Holiday, Worked on the face circuit amplifier I made and it was working . (Whole day)

drawn fish circuit amplifier

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Transmiter - touch circuit.

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Creative circuit design

Day 16 Jan 25 - Sunday

Holiday, Movie night

Day 17 Jan 26 - Republic Day


Reflection on Andamans trip

Opportunity to collaborate with MassArts students and make some great friends

ANET as catalyst

see biology in different perspective

working with school teacher with empathy

working in diy understanding electronics basic priciple and how simple fun engaging things can be done using this

working with Jakson, Saul, Mark and Yashash

walk alone on the roads and face tall diversity of trees

saving water and not shaving

snake bite - finally i belong there

night out camping in the beach

drawing in ipad

engaging with Mass Arts student while doing sand art and other performance oriented activity

sleeping less (getting good sleep) and running around looking for work has change me to be more responsible

the feel of falling lonely was gone for that time of my life

Interacting ANET people and their library was whole new nature kind experience

drawing in the dark

interacting with standouts that were drawing

scuba diving breathing on and off for 40 mins inside water

i collected a lot of inspiration

Reflection on lab and class

space design

learnt to organise

help on small small things helped me learn faster

i feel responsible, self independent, and not lonely

spending time in class is engaging

small group is always better.

owning a lab feel like owning a workspace, i feel like storing all my tools there cause i cant work in my house.

education - scientist perspective and balance

Mark and Yashas as a source of ideas and information

Day 18 Jan 27

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Work in collaboration on making 1st draft simple book story based for kids to understand.

Day 19 Jan 28

Work in collaboration part 2

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Day 20 Jan 29

Discussion and Critic on working together and how individuals are different in terms of communication, diversity , style of work etc.

Reading Shop Class as Soulcraft by Matthew B. Crawford

Lines from the book -

1."The man who works recognizes his own product in the World that has actually been transformed by his work: he recognizes himself in it, he sees in it his own human reality, in it he discovers and reveals to others the objective reality of his humanity, of the originally abstract and purely subjective idea he has of himself."

2."The satisfactions of manifesting oneself concretely in the world through manual competence have been known to make a man quiet and easy. They seem to relieve him of the felt need to offer chattering interpretations of himself to vindicate his worth. He can simply point: the building stands, the car now runs, the lights are on. Boasting is what a boy does, who has no real effect in the world. But craftsmanship must reckon with the infallible judgment of reality, where one’s failures or shortcomings cannot be interpreted away."

3.The craftsman is proud of what he has made, and cherishes it, while the consumer discards things that are perfectly serviceable in his restless pursuit of the new. The craftsman is then more possessive, more tied to what is present, the dead incarnation of past labor; the consumer is more free, more imaginative, and so more valorous according to those who would sell us things. Being able to think materially about material goods, hence critically, gives one some independence from the manipulations of marketing, which typically divert attention from what a thing is to a back-story intimated through associations, the point of which is to exaggerate minor differences between brands.

4.It is as though in our cultural iconography we are given the muscled arm, sleeve rolled tight against biceps, but no thought bright behind the eye, no image that links hand and brain.

5.More precisely, any algorithmic solution to the crafting problem cannot itself be generated algorithmically, as it must include ad hoc constraints known only through practice, that is, through embodied manipulations.

6.The factory service manuals tell you to be systematic in eliminating variables, but they never take such factors into account. So you have to develop your own decision tree for the particular circumstances.

7.Eventually it was learned that the only way to get them to work harder was to play upon the imagination, stimulating new needs and wants.

8.“Expert systems,” a term coined by artificial intelligence researchers, were initially developed by the military for battle command, then used to replicate industrial expertise in such fields as oil-well drilling and telephone-line maintenance. Then they found their way into medical diagnosis, and eventually the cognitively murky, highly lucrative, regions of financial and legal advice.

9. It seems we must take a cold-eyed view of “knowledge work,” and reject the image of a rising sea of pure mentation that lifts all boats. More likely is a rising sea of clerkdom.

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Talk by Mark and Yashash - i could very well relate it with the reading.

Day 21 Jan 30

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We went out to get sun and collect few items from the streets and then made we made some connection out of it.

We had a yoga session. our breath and conscious were controlled and we went back through timeline to get to know our selves in Andamans to now.

We wrote and drew about it.

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Presentation by Padmini on Srishti and Drishi school childrens DIY works

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Day 22 Jan 31 - Saturday - Tutor Meeting

Working with grids for portfolio

Day 23 Feb 1 - Sunday

Day 24 Feb 2 - Monday- Official College Holiday

Day 25 Feb 3 - Tuesday

Working with Pasco

Ideas with ECG - 2 heart beats attached , musics beats relative with your heart beat.

GPS sensor

luminance sensor

Motion Sensor





Working on with bio bio 0 1 0 1 circuit in a different way of soldering

Project Schedule - EPES - 2015

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Day 26 Feb 4 - Tuesday

010101 IC cicuit + transitor to motor ( controlled by touch )

Day 27 Feb 5

Day 28 Feb 6

Day 29 Feb 7

Day 30 Feb 8

Day 31 Feb 9 - Monday

Extreme Place around Bangalore , Size Scale - Brainstorm

I got lost - no ideas

Day 32 Feb 10

IMAGINARY - Kit design ideas and prototype


Fail attempts to make a motor using a battery magnet and wire

sculpt pieces

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Day 33 Feb 11

Andy Goldworthy

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Kit designs ideas (Very imaginary out of context)

Research on already existing DIY based on the brain map with it.

Heart - Wear Your Heart On Your Sleeve!

Light - Light box for animation - Portable light table

Mylar Light Diffuser for Recessed Ceiling Light

Electic Umbrella

Projection Mapping - Projection Mapping with 3D Tracing

Playing With Ferrofluid!

Self - running Bike

Top 10 Perpetual Motion Machines for 2014

Did you know? Train Puzzle

ORIGINAL How to make an F15 Eagle Jet Fighter Paper Plane (Tadashi Mori)

Urban Maps

Day 34 Feb 12

Arvind Gupta

DIY microscope - Mark Duss

Bat Detectors

What is Audrino??

Discussion about - how to work for proposal writing

Finding own skills and group skills workshop

Day 34 Feb 12

Proposal draft 1

Day 35 Feb 13

Proposal and Seminar Discussion as a group.

Who for How and Why we ?

Day 36 Feb 14

Meeting with GN

Day 37 Feb 15 - Holiday

Day 38 Feb 16 - Monday

Signing of the legal form.

Reading through Proposal and Process Guidelines

Day 39 Feb 17

Proposal 2nd draft. Correction

Group Discussion on Presentation.

Day 40 Feb 18

Proposal submission

Discussion and making of presentation.

Workshop by Bidisha on how to fly a drone.

Day 41 Feb 19 - Presentation day

Day 42 Feb 20

Day 43 Feb 21

Day 44 Feb 22

Day 45 Feb 23 - Monday

Arduino Basic

Ref - Guide for Arduino

Basics 1 : Blinking an LED

Basics 2 : Controlling LED blink with a Potentiometer

Basics 3 : RGB LED cathode

I worked changing them

digitalWrite(RED_PIN, HIGH); digitalWrite(GREEN_PIN, HIGH); digitalWrite(BLUE_PIN, HIGH);


Basics 4 : Multiple LED lights in Pattern

digitalWrite(ledPins[0], HIGH); delay(delayTime); digitalWrite(ledPins[1], LOW); delay(delayTime); digitalWrite(ledPins[2], LOW); delay(delayTime); digitalWrite(ledPins[3], LOW); delay(delayTime);

Basics 4 : Using a Piezo Buzzer

Reflection on Presentation

Day 48 Feb 26

Submission of Project proposal after seminar feedback

Making list of what to buy from SPJ road.

Group discussion on

Day 49 Feb 27

Arranging our tools

Working on simple robot that folows line. Big Fail. But nice video shots.. "It was a cripple robot" - Mark

Things to buy -

Batter pencil

Battery holder

LM386 chip


Vibration Motors

Day 52 Mar 2 - Reading - Beyond Black Boxes: Bringing Transparency and Aesthetics Back to Scientific Investigation

Reading - Beyond Black Boxes: Bringing Transparency and Aesthetics Back to Scientific Investigation

"Origin in techniques"

"Cognitive discipline of the mind"

"Both the power and the problem with modern scientific instrumentation are reflected in the term “black box” that is commonly used to describe the equipment. Today’s blackbox instruments are highly effective in making measurements and collecting data – enabling even novices to perform advanced scientific experiments. But, at the same time, these black boxes are “opaque” (in that their inner workings are often hidden and thus poorly understood by their users) and they are bland in appearance (making it difficult for users to feel a sense of personal connection with scientific activity). "

"Beyond Black Boxes (BBB) project"

"Constructionist approach"

"Jenny never succeeded in her original plan to monitor what types of birds would be attracted to what types of bird food. But the activity of building the bird feeder provided a rich collection of learning experiences."

"Jenny (and other students working on BBB projects) certainly did not understand the inner workings of the Cricket electronics. But that was not the goal. "

"This ability to modify and extend her project led Jenny to develop a deep sense of personal involvement and ownership. "

"As the old saying goes: “Everyone talks about the weather, but no one can do anything about it.” In monitoring weather, students are just passive observers. "

Constructionism (learning theory)

Constructionist learning is inspired by the constructivist theory that individual learners construct mental models to understand the world around them. Constructivism advocates student-centred, discovery learning where students use information they previously know to acquire more knowledge.

1. The learner's learning activities should be related to a larger task. This is important because it allows students to see the connection to the activities that can be applied to many aspects of life. As a result, the learner will find the materials and activities they are doing useful.

2. The learner needs to be supported to feel that they are beginning to have ownership of the overall problem.

3. An authentic task should be designed for the learner. This means that the task and the learner's cognitive ability have to match the problems to make learning valuable.

4. Reflection on the content being learned should occur so the learner can think through the process of what he/she has learned.

5. Allow and encourage the learners to test ideas against different views in different contexts.

Shopping on SP Road

Day 53 Mar 3

2 insects kind robots I made using vibration motors, photo diods and LM386 chip

one very simple robot - success

Day 54-61 Mar 4-10

This 7 days = 5 was the making week + Holi day. So 6th to 8th was holiday

I worked on vibration robots with different variation.

Touched arduino , few more basics

Went shopping to SP road.

ATTINY85, - workshop by Mark


Mark's codes for beginers

Made an board that connects with Arduino to easy program ATTINY85 with help of Mark

Made an Attiny85 RGB LED vibration robots

Made an Attiny85 RGB LED vibration robots with switch. Code that changes with switch pushed.

Workshop on Vib Motors planning.

Day 62 Mar 11

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Working on illustration for the poster for workshop

Coding more on ATTINY85 on RGB LED , - introduction to basic coding.

Images are going to come soon, in my next post.

Preparation and discussion on workshop

Day 63 Mar 12

cleaning of the class

Day 75 Mar 24

Presentation by

Phase 3

My role is very my defined from the practises I did over last month mostly on making and using them as a tool to engage with people and kid.

Designer role ( Maker + for people and kids to create a learning experience )

Over next weak I intend to use sensors with attiny85, learn relevant programming, and understand power supply for Attiny85 and transistor.

And using what I learn create an array of prototype which would lead to a constructions like lego.

Day 82 Mar 31

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Learning about TIP120 transistor - Objective is to Power up my sensors.

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Use Arduino with TIP120 transistor to control moto

"So you have a DC motor or lamp but no matter how you connect them to your Arduino they just won't work? Guess what, the Arduino is a brain that comes with small muscles. It can control LEDs and other low power nicknacks but not those power motors or lights you need for your next project. The Arduino is good at thinking but not for heavy lifting. Lazy lad."

"The TIP120 is a very robust item. It can handle lots of power (see specs) but the Arduino can't. So we must protect the Arduino from potential party crashers. For starters, we use a 1K Ohm resistor between the Arduino pins and the TIP120 Base pin. This is insurance against electric shorts. The TIP120 can handle 60V and 5A but I assure you the Arduino won't."

Exploring simple sensors to start working on

Tilt Sensors

Basic Coding

Reference for the codes I m learning from

Day 83 April 1

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Ultrasonic sensors with Arduino with Mark


NewPing Library files can be found here Reference : Ultrasonic

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TIP120 NPN transistor to power up motor with external power source



To create a email

To create a youtube uploading

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PIR sensor

Reference link for PIR instructables

"PIR sensors allow you to sense motion, almost always used to detect whether a human has moved in or out of the sensors range. They are small, inexpensive, low-power, easy to use and don't wear out. For that reason they are commonly found in appliances and gadgets used in homes or businesses. They are often referred to as PIR, "Passive Infrared", "Pyroelectric", or "IR motion" sensors."

Ultrasonic Attiny85 - I need to refer this this link to understand the coding for Attiny85. Cause coding is quite deeper for Arduino as compared to Attiny85 to understand.

made motor wit TIP120 transistor that runs on blink sketch

discussion with Suren, team work.

made ultrasonic sensors that can power up motor (using ext power source through TIP120) when the distance is 30cm.

Day 84 April 2

made ultrasonic sensors that can power up 2 motors (using ext power source through TIP120) when the distance is (ex-30cm and 50cm)

learning basic coding

planning and ideation

too much thinking on possibilities and if attend can be used? simple is better.

Simplicity in life

Day 85 April 3

Day 89 April 7

Making day

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Attiny85 and ultrasonic

Day 90 April 8

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Educational context

transparent kit

Mythological connection

Make an Arduino from scratch

Building an Arduino on a Breadboard


Turn ur Arduino into ISP

Day 91 April 9

learning boot loader

learning to make atmega arduino

making list to buy

shopping to SP road

Day 92 April 10

Servo Motors in Arduino.


Meeting with GN

Got complete lost after lunch.

Ideation in head

Evening time - Bootloader - sucess

Day 93 April 11 - Saturday

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Making of standalone arduino - failed - light failed to blink

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Bootleader in Breadboard

Made a Bootloader in PCB

Made 3 external powered vibration bots which has connection female port.

Made an Attiny on PCB with female ports.

Worked with Atmega328 with 16MH crystal, to blink a LED.

Multiple Vibration Bots that vibrates with varying distance values by Ultrasonic Sensors.

Quick Picture documentation

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Day 95 April 13 - Monday

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Standalone Arduino on PCB

Attiny85 Nodes- adding GND female ports to it.

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Multiple bots with Ultrasonic Sensors, moving based on Sensors, with Standalone Arduino on PCB.

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Regulator (7V - 14V) to 5V for Standalone Arduino on PCB

Day 96 April 14

Documentation day

Day 97 April 15

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LM35 with arduino

Day 98 April 16 - Time to push myself harder

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4 digit 7 segment Display

reference - 4-digit-7-segment-led-display-arduino-demo

To buy

470 ohm Resistor - 7 4.7k ohm Resistor - 7 2N2222 / 2N3904 NPN transistor - 4

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LM35 Working

reference for codes - ARDUINO-TEMPERATURE-SENSOR-LM35


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Moter with Attiny85

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LM35 with a motor as output.

Day 99 April 17

Arduino Stand alone reference - Electronic Basics #6: Standalone Arduino Circuit - love this tutorial by Great Scott!

How to Multiplex- idea! sign graph with vibration bots on external power 3v.

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Barometer Sensor BMP180 GY68

Reference - bmp180-barometric-pressure-sensor-hookup

Library - BMP180_Breakout

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Tilt Sensor

gnd to gnd

vcc to 5v

A0 to DP2

Reference - using-a-tilt-sensor

Tilt sensor with Vibration Motors

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Arduino design and understanding.