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Transparent Screen Selection

We are as a team with four members intending to design an augmented reality oriented smart glass which shall contain a CMOS camera, wireless communication and transparent screen. The algorithm below ...
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Changing output voltage of a buck converter by electronically swapping the feedback resistors

I am going to design a circuit which is going to output some digital signals. The output stage of the circuit will have some level shifters. The level shifters will give flexibility to the user to ...
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Current splitter/divider in nA/pA range possibilities

My objective is to realize a current splitter which could split current from a wire A in the range of pA, nA equally to wire B,C. I was initially sure what this type of circuit would be called, but ...
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Ideas needed for a project with a lot of buttons [closed]

Alright so this may sound very weird. Even though I'm 19 years old, I still like electronics with a lot of LEDs and buttons and pots and switches. You know what I'm talking about. I saw this video on ...
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Do we have a material that reshapes itself depending on applied voltage or electromagnetic field?

I am thinking to control the physical world by applying signals to a magical material. The material must have the ability to change its strength from a very solid state to a dough like state back and ...
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Is this NPN transistor AND logic gate practical?

Most places on the internet that I see give a schematic for an AND gate that is something like this: simulate this circuit – Schematic created using CircuitLab The only thing about this is ...
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Get status of syringe without power supply [closed]

I have to build a "usage status indicator" for a syringe. Conditions are as follow. 1. if syringe is used for 3 times, it should show some indication. 2. if syringe is used less than 3 times, it ...
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What is an appropiate way to isolate a DC signal?

The question might sound kind of funny, but I'm unsure how else to word it. So... Pictures!! Currently, I have a setup like this: simulate this circuit – Schematic created using CircuitLab ...
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Is it practically possible to use mutually coupled capacitors as we use mutually coupled inductors? [duplicate]

Inductor and capacitor are dual to each other in Physics. One comes from Electric Field Theory while the other one comes from Magnetic Theory; the both theories expose strong duality with each other. ...
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Board Input DC voltage

I need to receive a 24V signal from an automated industrial system. The receiving board is a UDOO system that its I/Os can handle voltages until 3.3V. Any ideas on how can I make things work?
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How do I use a transformer as an inductor?

Lp: Self inductance of the primary winding. Ls: Self inductance of the secondary winding. Lm: Mutual inductance between the primary and secondary windings. Assume that I need an iron core inductor ...
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What's a fun electronics related gift for 2012? [closed]

My cousin's 19-year old son has a birthday coming up and he is quite intelligent with computers, software and electronics. What's a fun / serious electronics-related gift I could buy him? Anything ...
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Electronic pan/tilt camera

Is it possible to conceive of a system that would use a stationary camera with a fish-eye lens to effectively provide the same images as a camera that was actually panning and tilting.
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Why we need to complete circuit

Why can't we light an LED with a single positive wire on the anode, leaving the cathode unconnected? Let's suppose I connect a wire with a positive voltage to the anode of the LED. Now, I think, ...
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Project ideas for five hundred AT89C52s?

I happen to have some 500 old AT89C52 controllers and am looking for ideas how to use them in a project. That's an 8051-based controller with 8K Flash, so you get an idea. And no, trashing them is ...
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