Explore programming and circuits by using a micro controller to make a creative light show! A micro controller can take simple instructions and execute them repeatedly. You can program multiple LEDs to create a fun light show using your knowledge of computer science and other simple tools.
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Copper Tape Tricks
Learn some tips and tricks for using conductive copper tape in electronics projects, including how to turn corners, fold switches, and connect LEDs.
Modeling an Electricity Delivery System
Use a coin battery as a power source and design a circuit that powers LEDs in a community of three or four houses.
Use a variety of power sources, LEDs, and copper tape to light up a model neighborhood.
Open and Closed Circuits
Use a prototyping breadboard with a coin battery to explore the difference between an open and closed circuit.
Power Park invites aspiring power engineers and urban planners to design a park neighborhood and then to light it up!
Investigate solar power in the home with a model house (pattern, pdf) and solar panel.