Boomboxes are powerful audio amplifiers which are capable of playing music from an mp3 player, an FM receiver or a small phone usually at a very high volume. In this project, students built a Boombox using the powerful TDA2822 chip, a few resistors, capacitors and a loudspeaker.
At the end of the project, students were able to:
- Solder their components correctly onto a printed circuit board
- Test their circuits and isolate any soldering-errors (troubleshoot)
- Connect their Boombox to a phone and play some loud music
In this project students built an electronic length measuring meter which can accurately measure its distance from any object and display the result on a liquid crystal display (LCD)
n this course, students learnt the production, design and coding process of Mobile Game Design. Students were able to create a working mobile games that were ported to different Mobile Phones.
It's just about a war game on air where the hero plane uses bullets to kill others.
Intelligent Visitor Welcoming System was designed by secondary school students during 2014 Technology Summer Camp. Components used for this project include: Sensor Mat, Atmega 328P Microcobtroller, LCD Display and Buzzer. The Microcontroller was programmed using C++.
My game is about a plane that wants to take over another country by warGame elements include: Attribute, Collision, Move, Spawner, Scroll and more
Intelligent Intrusion Detection System was designed by secondary students (Electronics Students) during 2014 Technology Summer Camp that took place at our tech center. Components used in designing this project include: PIR Motion Sensor, Atmega 328P Microcontroller & LCD Display. Students programmed the microcontroller in C++.
It is a space game where you shoot