Countdown to Christmas animation that I wrote in NodeJS «read more»

Countdown to Christmas animation that I wrote in NodeJS «read more» Mandelbrot calculations that I wrote in NodeJS «read more» \(\) Definitions A midpoint of a line segment is the point that divides the segment into two segments that have the same length A segment bisector is a line, ray, or other figure that passes through the midpoint. Acute: \(0^\circ < m\angle A< 90^\circ\) Right: \(m\angle A= 90^\circ\) Obtuse: \(90^\circ < m\angle A< 180^\circ\) Straight: \(m\angle A= 180^\circ\) An angle is a figure formed by two rays with the same endpoint. The common endpoint of an angle is the vertex. An Angle Bisector is a ray that divides an angle into two angles that both have the same measure A vector is a quantity that has both direction and magnitude The initial point of a vector is the starting point The terminal point of a vector is the ending point. Perpendicular lines are lines that intersect at right angles. The perpendicular bisector of a line segment is a line perpendicular «read more» A (relatively) short introduction to compiling, simulating and uploading using the Altera Quartus development environment for the Cyclone IV on a DE0-Nano board. «read more» ESP8266 based alarm clock. This project gets the time and your next alarm in Google Calendar from the Internet and displays this information. The alarm will go off and the board will beep and vibrate. «read more» Overview soldering equipment and projects for kids «read more» Filters can remove low and/or high frequencies from an electronic signal. They can be used to suppress unwanted frequencies such as background noise. This article shows the math and visualizes the poles in the s-place, examines and visualizes the the step and frequency response. «read more» Low-pass filters remove high frequency components from a signal. A single-pole passive RC filter consists of a resistor and capacitor in series. «read more» This article is a sequel to the inquiry “Building Math Hardware“. It allows this Math Hardware to communicate with a microcontroller. We use an AVR microcontroller (Arduino) to generate the operands for the math operations, and display the results. The Math Hardware is implemented on an Field programmable Gate Array (FPGA). The communication is over a Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI). «read more» |

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