Tuesday, September 6, 2011
As I was learning to use the wood working tools in my garage, I also made a chair out of an 8' 2x4". It's not an electrical creation but I thought I would put it up here anyway. In other news, I've been called to serve in the Cambodia Phnom Penh mission and will be leaving for the MTC on December 7th where I'll be studying cambodian. I'll be doing some communtiy college for the next three months while I attempt to tie up any unfinished projects.
Sunday, July 10, 2011
Or theoretically it can be. My build really has no indepth audio filtering and its not made with the highest quality of parts so its not exceptionally great. I made it more as a novelty. Another difference with the traditional speaker is that is produces sound in all directions making it more like real sources of sound. Below I've included a video of it being demonstrated as well as a look into the build and how it works. If your not particularly intrested in the specifics of how it works then I wouldn't watch the second half of the video as it gets kinda boring. If you are however curious of the insides, there are still pictures and descriptions below.
Thursday, June 16, 2011
Not everything I've built needs a post about it like my gameboy calculator did. So here I will display the rest of my highschool creations (almost, the plasma speaker will be next). For those of you who have seen my facebook albulm, much of these first few post are things you have alreadly seen with maybe a new picture or something. I'll probably be updating that albulm less now that I'm blogging as this gives me more of an opportunity to talk about the builds.
Tuesday, June 14, 2011
Having found myself with vast amounts of extra time since I graduated highschool last week, I decided to set up this blog to display the products of my electrical engineering studies at home. I'm really not that productive so postings may or may not be sparse after these initial few which will sum up some of my highschool creations and mods. My name is Cameron Blocker and I'm
a student enrolled at Brigham Young University with a major in electrical engineering.