Decided to upload a video at my job Soldering Circuit boards. I work in a warehouse with another co-worker of mine so its just the both of us working together. the loud noise you hear that sounds like fans are a PLC Panel that I built. Just decided to upload something else besides Aviation.
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Finally i made this video for you all friends. in this video you find every thing about this circuit.
here is component details
2. Capacitor (1, 10, 22, 47, 100, 150uF)
4. Jumper Wire
6. Pizeo Plate
7. Rectifier (MIC DB 107)
8. Thermochol form
Here is some link of required components
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Piezoelectric materials generate electricity when they are mechanically deformed. In this video we show how this can be used to make a simple circuit that stores the energy in a capacitor and lights a LED.
Capacitor is 20 uF @ 25 volts and resistor is 2.2 k.
Did you know that you can produce electricity by just walking? Here’s my documentation of the gizmo that I’ve conceptualize over the years. It’s a shoe insole that generates electricity solely by walking!
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– GSF 2014 Entry:
This is my entry for the “2014 Google Science Fair”
The results showed that it was possible to charge a powerbank after playing 2 straight hours of basketball. Though the output was a bit faint but showed signs that the project can be developed.
Reflection/ Future Design:
People’s first impression upon seeing this project was like “Why in the world would I like to charge my phone with a shoe?”. Yes it sounds very ridiculous and impractical, on the contrary the project has opened doors for new designs for technology. The project is ideal for smart clothing, sport apparels that sync to your smart device/phone/watch wirelessly. It can supply an independent power for on-board chips, chips to be mounted on smart shoes/ apparels.
Author/ Editor/ Entrant: Angelo Casimiro
Background Music: The XX – Intro (Itunes Free Version)
Piezo power generator!!
It is the shoes generator.
I don`t use a battery.
Make the electricity only with a pressure.
I used the twins piezo 1 and bridge diode 1 and LED 8.
Project Description: Piezo footstep e-generator helps in generation of electric field from applied pressure. The project creates electricity from the footpath of human body.
Value: It is used in subways, malls, theatres, stadium etc.
Drum Controller with Arduino and Prosessing Just prototyping to learn this things…
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A simple kit, but quite difficult to assemble because of the very tiny surface mount components.
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