SO the workshop was lots of fun. thanks everyone for coming!
Pixel Pusher is a public workshop by Taeyoon Choi for artists and designers to push physical pixel.
Here are some drawings from my slides for Pixel Pusher Workshop
Electricity and myths of common myths regarding Benjamin Franklin
Relaxation oscillator and Transistors
D.C and A.C
Few kinds of DC motors
PWM is digital speaking analog.
Contents produced by Choi Electronics
Pixel Pusher Workshop
Bill of Material*
Laptop: While all tutorials and schematics will be printed, it is nice to have your own laptop so you can look at Fritzing files or spec sheets in depth. Also you can program Arduino on your own. PC/MAC/LINUX all fine. No Ipad.
Breadboard: Any size breadboard is fine, as long as they have not been harmed by the weather. Multiple smaller breadboards can be useful for prototyping.
Soldering iron: Get $10 iron from Radioshack or borrow one from your engineer friend or family. Ideally, I’d recommend you get an iron that costs more than $50 if you are serious about working with electronics.
DC motors: these are everywhere, inside of your broken scanner/ printer, old cell phone, toys, etc. Bring electronic junks, and hack it to bring new life. If you have any Servo or Stepper motor, bring it on. I’ll help you connect it to operate properly.
Arduino! very important. Arduino is the friendliest microcontroller out there that will be the brain of your project. This beast only costs about $30 at NYU Computer store and any ol’ radioshack around you.