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ICM: /week5/ Synthesis and constructor function

About synthesis: The code is base on my second week’s assignment. We used a potentiometer and a pressure sensor which I made at soft lab as analog input, and changed the color of the background by the map function. About constructor function: My codes are here. Little bubbles and rectangles are making with array function.… Continue reading ICM: /week5/ Synthesis and constructor function

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Pcomp: /week3-2/ How much you love me

I tried some sensors to make analog input and send digital output through LEDs. At first, I tried these labs: Photoresistance+Green LED, Force-sensing Resistor+Yellow LED, and Rotary Potentiometer + RGB LEDs. Then,  I mixed Force-sensing Resistor and Rotary Potentiometer to control the RGB LEDs. In the circuit, the Force-sensing Resistor controls the blue light’s changing from bright to… Continue reading Pcomp: /week3-2/ How much you love me

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Pcomp: /week3-1/ Interactive technology in public

I’d like to choose my father for example. It’s about I went to the gas station with him in China last month. The gas station looks like this picture. Normally there will be a staff help pumping gas. But sometimes the staff is too busy to help every guest. My father is 56 years old,… Continue reading Pcomp: /week3-1/ Interactive technology in public

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Pcom: /week1/ What is physical interaction?

What is physical interaction? In my opinion, physical interaction is the communications between people and other devices in a touchable and three dimensional way, which include a integrated process of input, process, and response. I got some inspirations from this reading passage, which are important for me to recognize what physical interaction is as a former UI… Continue reading Pcom: /week1/ What is physical interaction?