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Wireless Power Transmission, Part VI

Jamison defended his engineering project earlier today. The science fair was this evening. OMSI came to the science fair and demonstrated Sir Isaac Newton’s laws. Update: I am holding in my hand a piece of paper that says: This certificate is awarded to Jamison Logan You have been chosen to represent Jackson Elementary at the… Continue reading Wireless Power Transmission, Part VI

Wireless Power Transmission, Part IV

A couple of weeks ago, we last documented Jamison’s progress on his engineering project. Much has happened since then. Decide on prototype We thought we’d decided what project to build (I thought we were building Wireless Electricity), but Jamison changed his mind. After further research, he decided to build the Low-Power Wireless Charging he’d found… Continue reading Wireless Power Transmission, Part IV

Wireless Power Transmission, Part III

Today’s going to be a great day. We’re making progress on the project.1 Our plan: Print prior art and put in a binder Review prior art Decide on prototype Buy materials for prototype Build prototype Smoke test prototype Experiment with prototype Print prior art and put in a binder We printed all the material we… Continue reading Wireless Power Transmission, Part III

Wireless Power Transmission, Part II

Jamison and I are continuing with phase II of his Wireless Power Transmission project: Research how others have solved the problem. Instructables continues to be a great resource. At least, we hope so. We haven’t tried building anything quite yet. That will change soon. Here’s a few more links: Instructables: Low Power Wireless Charging Instructables:… Continue reading Wireless Power Transmission, Part II

Wireless Power Transmission, Part I

Jamison and I are starting an engineering project for his school’s science and engineering fair. This is the second year his school’s fair accepts engineering projects. Instead of doing a science experiment using the scientific method, we get to engineer: Identify a problem Research how others have solved it Develop our own solution Refine our… Continue reading Wireless Power Transmission, Part I

Jamison’s 6th Grade Engineering Project — More Questions

A little more than four years ago, when Jamison was in sixth grade, he did an engineering project for his school’s science fair. It was a lot of fun for both of us. Being the proud dad that I am, I wrote a series of blog posts on Jamison’s project as he was doing it.… Continue reading Jamison’s 6th Grade Engineering Project — More Questions

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hey sir.!!im really glad to see u in ur forum nd im doin btech 2nd year frm india..!!frm childhood im very interested in these microcontrollers play..!!!!frm ur forum im starting dis(wireless transmission of electricity) project nd i gt all d components with me nd i wnt to make theory work as first…!!!so please kindly send… Continue reading From My Inbox

The Books I Read in 2010

Finished Books These are the books I finished reading in 2010. Looks like I averaged one book every other week. 26 Brandie Kajino recommended reading something by Marcus Borg. looks like an interesting place to start. I bought this book December 12 and finished it three days later. When done, I felt dissatisfied that I… Continue reading The Books I Read in 2010

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