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Can we electrify the floor? Is there enough stuff in our body that it could reach the moon if our atoms were stacked on top of each other? How does a robot view the world? Where do the numbers come from in word problems?
Come explore, build, question, create, fail, explode, and make a mess with us. We believe education isn’t only about learning what others have done, but also realizing what you are capable of doing. No experience is necessary.
Amateurs are welcome and encouraged. Some assembly required.
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We are exploring physics and determining where the number in the word problems come from. We discuss concept, provide activities, and give you examples of sensors your can use.
This is a series exploring the basics of microcontrollers through projects. This will be the foundation for many of our larger future projects.
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We are making more videos, additional content, and larger projects. Patreon is a crowdfunding site that will allow us to increase the quality and frequency of our videos.
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To explore velocity, we built a 60 foot ramp, used 31 pairs of break beams, an Arduino mega, a power supply, over 1,000 feet of ethernet cables, 62 clothespins, and 20 patch connectors.