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1 electronic components
2 wearable tech
2.1 conductive thread
2.1.1 advantages
2.1.1.1 flaxible allowing user to be more comfortable
2.1.1.2 low cost; it's cheaper than wire and solder
2.1.1.3 discrete;able to be hidden well
2.1.2 disadvantages
2.1.2.1 can catch on things breaking the circuit
2.1.2.2 it's very time consuming to sew
2.2 wire and soldering
2.2.1 advantages
2.2.1.1 very fast to assemble;soldering can be done fast and acurately
2.2.1.2 harder to break than conductive thread/more stable
2.2.1.3 don't need to learn how to sew
2.2.2 disadvantages
2.2.2.1 more costly than conductive thread
2.2.2.2 not as flexible;less comfort for the user
2.2.2.3 can be bulky and obvious
3 coding
3.1 graphical
3.1.1 disadvantages
3.1.1.1 can't carry out more complex code
3.1.1.2 can only do basic functions
3.1.2 advantages
3.1.2.1 more simple to write
3.1.2.2 easier to follow
3.1.3 flow charts
3.2 written
3.2.1 advantages
3.2.1.1 better for more complex code as very precise
3.2.1.2 can carry out more complex code
3.2.1.3 very detailed
3.2.2 disadvantages
3.2.2.1 harder to write
3.2.2.2 harder to follow
3.2.3 arduino
3.2.3.1 functions
3.2.3.1.1 void setup

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  • runs once when Sketch starts, use it for things you need to do first or only once. used to start up Sketch basically
3.2.3.1.2 void loop

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  • a continuous looping function of code between parenthesis that follows. parenthesis={...}
3.2.3.1.3 delay

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  • wait normally in ms, 1000ms=1s
3.2.3.1.4 pinMode ((write in pin number),(write in output/input in caps))

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  • configures specified pin as an output or input pin
3.2.3.1.5 digitalWrite((write in pin number)(write in high/low in caps)

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  • turns specified pin on(HIGH) or off(LOW)
3.2.3.1.6 remember all of the capital letters
3.2.3.2 pin 13 is always/mostly an output
4 breadboard question
5 gears
5.1 many gears together= gear train
5.2 gear ratio
5.2.1 driven gear/driver gear

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  • if draiver gear has 10 teeth and driven has 2 then gear ration=2/10=0.2
5.2.2 larger the driver gear smaller the ratio, larger the driven gear larger the ratio
5.2.3 output speed
5.2.3.1 input speed/gear ratio

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  • if draiver gear has 10 teeth and driven has 2 then gear ration=2/10=0.2 if the input speed is 50rpm then output speed=input/ratio=50/0.2=250
5.3 driven and driver

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  • driver=input gear driven=output gear
5.4 idler gear

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  • a gear that makes the gears rotate the same way and don't change the gear ratio however the output speed will remain constant
6 movements
6.1 oscillating

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  • swinging side to side
6.2 linear
6.3 reciprocating

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  • up and down
6.4 rotary

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  • round and round
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