In this video I demonstrate two Arduino Nanos communicating with one another via an I2C bus. I use a digital storage oscilloscope to look at the data and clock signals, and then dissect the information present in the signal.
Experimenting for the sake of experimenting is a great thing that I’ve lost touch with. So in this video I took a look at a question that I wasn’t quite sure about: Can I use one part of a bipolar junction transistor as a diode?
In this video I get curious about how the plastic fortune telling fish is able to divine the future, both by testing student’s theories as well as information dredged up from a quick literature review.
In this quick pilot video I use an Arduino paired with an IR sensor to get curious and see if an old remote is still generating a signal. And if it is generating a signal, what does it look like?
A quick utility that I made (with the help of Chat GPT to expedite Efforts) to convert points from one frame to another frame.
A video guide to installing setting up a ROS Melodic VM.
My mother works at a dentist office and I hear a lot about the going-ons of the office. So naturally I had heard about Dr. Allen acquiring a set up to manufacture crowns right on site. Yesterday I had stopped by and figured it might be a great opportunity to learn more!
Introduction to Linux What is Linux – a brief History [Image of Terminal] Why is Linux popular for robotics, and used by ROS? Navigating the Linux File System Why do we use the terminal? Navigating the File Structure ls cd mkdir Modifying Files nano File Permissions chmod Package Management The Linux Package System apt-get Linux […]
This is a rough transcription of a talk I gave at the 2023 Upper Peninsula Teaching and Learning Conference. I really think that AI in academia is the most important contemporary issue for educators to address, and I chose the topic so I could formulate my own thoughts and opinion on the matter.