Electronics Show Archive

  • Electronics Show 2011

    The 2011 Electronics show included a self-balancing scooter, robber-chasing cop robots, a buggy that always found its way home, and more.

  • Electronics Show 2009

    Students in the Electronics class displayed their projects for the campus and community in a grand show in the Science Hall.

  • Electronics Show 2007

    Electronics Show 2007 Students in the Electronics class displayed their projects for the campus and community in a grand show in the Science Hall and outside. Projects this time included several robotic cars, a musical instrument, and a candy sorter. The projects all used microcontrollers–single chip computers that can be programmed to respond to sensor […]

  • Electronics Show 2005

    Electronics Show 2005 Students in the Electronics class displayed their projects for the campus and community in a grand show in the Science Hall lobby. Projects were varied–robotics, electronic music, and balancing acts. Many of the projects required significant mechanical design and construction. This year every project used microcontrollers–single chip computers that can be programmed […]

  • Electronics Show 2003

    Electronics Show 2003 Student projects in the Physics department’s Electronics course were all on display in a grand show Dec 5, 2003. Over 100 visitors came to see the clever gadgetry on display. Projects Narcissus Mirror Teresa Bartal Becca Johnson Sunseeker Rocket Dan Horst Neil Widmer Theremin Mark Albrecht Danny King Stick Balancer Dan Shetler […]

  • Electronics Show 2001

    Electronics Show 2001 Student projects in the Physics department’s Electronics course were all on display in a grand show Dec 7, 2001. Over 100 visitors came to see the clever gadgetry on display. Balancing Act Matt Schrock Reuben Budiardja Chaotic Bender Bouncer Matt Fisher Matt Rissler Guitar Distortion Box Luke Jordan Mouse Interpreter David Unzicker […]

  • Electronic Shows 1995-99

    Electronic Shows 1995-99 1995 Electronics Show – The First Range Finder with Analog Output Derek Yoder Dave Snyder An ultrasonic rangefinder connected to a circuit that gave an analog output.  For the show, they hooked it up to a pair of eyes that would (crudely and spastically) follow you as you moved across in front […]