The CCD is the abbreviation of Charged Couple Device. This light sensor is very used to obtain images in digital cameras, telescopes and smartphones.
Researchers developed self-healing gelatinous materials with salt, to be used in manipulator robots.
The rotary encoder looks like a potentiometer, but the operation is completely different. How it works and how to use it in Arduino are today’s subjects.
This post is the second part about thermoelectricity. Thomson effect is a reversible thermoelectric phenomenon and related to Seebeck and Peltier effects.
The Amazonia-1 is the first Earth observation satellite totally developed in Brazil. Its mission is to detect and monitor deforestation in the Amazon.
XENON1T is an experiment created to detect dark matter and hypothetical particles. Recently registered unexplainable events.
Was developed a high efficiency photodetector based in quantum dots.
Today are shown how Hall effect works, a magnetic sensor using this phenomena and how o use it in projects with Arduino.
MEMS are abbreviation of Micro Electro-Mechanical Systems, are miniaturized electromechanical machines. An introduction to MEMS and some of its applications are today’s subject.