P Comp Project 2

Project Idea In one of my other classes, Hacking Audio Hardware, our midterm project is to create a device that produces noise using gates and oscillators. On this device, I plan to have four separate variable resistors. My plan for an application is to combine these projects and create a visual representation of the different…… Continue reading P Comp Project 2

P Comp Week 7 Lab

Two-Way (Duplex) Serial Communication Using Arduino and P5 Sending Multiple Serial Data Using Punctuation https://videopress.com/v/VG8yyqCj?resizeToParent=true&cover=true&preloadContent=metadata Receiving Multiple Serial Data in P5 https://videopress.com/v/jR2Mz01F?resizeToParent=true&cover=true&preloadContent=metadata Flow Control: Call and Response (Handshaking) https://videopress.com/v/1nALrvkf?resizeToParent=true&cover=true&preloadContent=metadata https://videopress.com/v/oZc3rYuu?resizeToParent=true&cover=true&preloadContent=metadata Build Your Own Application My goal is to build direction controls like on a video game controller. At first, I started off with the base…… Continue reading P Comp Week 7 Lab

P Comp Week 6 Labs

Intro to Asynchronous Serial Communications A Serial Output Sketch https://videopress.com/v/XCu7lmZ1?resizeToParent=true&cover=true&preloadContent=metadata A had a bit of an issue starting this lab where my Arduino would not power on. It wasn’t the USB cable, and it would power on if I unplugged the Arduino from my breadboard, so it had to be something connected on the board.…… Continue reading P Comp Week 6 Labs

HAH – Week 5

I played around with different combinations of gated oscillators, changing the variable resistors as well as the capacitors. First, I tried to make the first and second oscillators sum into one feed, and the third and fourth sum into another feed, with the two separate feeds being the input to the speaker. It worked, but…… Continue reading HAH – Week 5