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Inter-Integrated Circuit (I2C) protocol explained
posted May 12 2011 19:46.34 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Two days ago, Raj from embedded-lab informed me about his latest article that he uploaded in his website. He wrote the theory regarding the I2C (spelled Ai squared C) protocol. If...

[Link: embedded-lab]
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Tags: theory/tutorial   electronic project   communication protocols   software   how it works   microcontroller   



The simplest DIY Geiger radiation detector ever
posted May 9 2011 19:59.55 by Giorgos Lazaridis




A battery, an empty metallic can, a resistor and a darlington pair transistor is more or less all that you need to make a radiation detector! Youtube user bionerd23 explains how...

[Link: bionerd23]
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Tags: electronic project   physics   diy   radiation   tools   sensors   experiments   science   nuclear   how it works   how to   








Coupled Pendulums explained with Easter eggs
posted April 23 2011 11:06.22 by Giorgos Lazaridis




A coupled twin pendulum has a weird reaction when one of the two sides is set to oscillate. Professor Roger Bowley from Sixty Symbols decided to demonstrate and explain this weird...

[Link: Sixty Symbols]
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Tags: physics   mechanical   pendulum   experiments   science   theory/tutorial   how it works   



How to make a USB HID with PIC
posted April 21 2011 20:20.04 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Chris from pyroelectro have just uploaded a video demonstrating his latest PIC project. I was very excited to see such a project from him, as i know that he will have an awesome and...

[Link: pyroelectro]
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Tags: electronic project   diy   microcontroller   pic   computer peripheral hacks   usb   theory/tutorial   how it works   pc related   



This is what you get if you put eggs in MRI
posted April 21 2011 19:38.41 by Giorgos Lazaridis




This is the impression of the scientists from Sixty Symbols of Easter eggs. They got some Cadbury Creme Eggs and real eggs, and put them in an MRI scanner. The MRI scanner mapped...

[Link: Sixty Symbols]
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Tags: how it works   theory/tutorial   biotechnology   chemistry   physics   science   sensors   magnetism   health & nature   








Hubble in the service camp. What's next to do?
posted April 20 2011 19:40.11 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Back in May 2009, seven astronauts aboard Space Shuttle Atlantis visited the Hubble Space Telescope for a final servicing mission. The drama of a shuttle flight with ambitious and...

[Link: HubbleSiteChannel]
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Tags: telescope   satellite   how it works   extreme   theory/tutorial   documentary   space related   science   



Excellent detailed tutorial with LM317 voltage regulator
posted April 20 2011 19:21.55 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Youtube user Afrotechmods uploaded recently his new video, an excellent tutorial regarding the LM317 adjustable voltage regulator. After viewing this video, you will surely run at...

[Link: Afrotechmods]
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This is how Curiosity will land on Mars - Cool video
posted April 11 2011 20:56.19 by Giorgos Lazaridis




It could be the intro from a Star Wars movie, but it is actually a very nice short (5:28) film, which shows how NASA plans to send and land Curiosity, the brad new Mars rover. Entry...

[Link: universetoday]
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Tags: satellite   flying machines   how it works   rocket   crazy photo/video   3D media   science   space related   mechanical   








The Bunsen burner is something to remember Robert Bunsen
posted April 2 2011 18:41.29 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Robert Bunsen was a brilliant scientist of the past, and a few days ago he would celebrate his 200th birthday! Periodic table videos uploaded this video in which the professor...

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