Leah Buechley: How to “sketch” with electronics – 844-292-1318 legal aid Daphne Alabama

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Designing electronics is generally cumbersome and expensive — or was, until Leah Buechley and her team at MIT developed tools to treat electronics just like paper and pen. In this talk from TEDYouth 2011, Buechley shows some of her charming designs, like a paper piano you can sketch and then play.

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40 thoughts on “Leah Buechley: How to “sketch” with electronics – 844-292-1318 legal aid Daphne Alabama”

  1. What if instead of running a cable through the wall you could draw on a cable, then draw on an insulator. Paper doesn't do it justice!

  2. As an integrated circuits designer, I am really jealous of their work process. I stare at different colors waveform everyday to debug the circuits. Much more boring than their interesting sketching.  

  3. 'can't overlap'?
    You can stack paper on paper to have as many 'overlaps' as you want. Also, most hobby circuits are just a microcontroller attached to stuff. This isn't any less simplified than an Arduino attached to shields and 'sensors boards', plus:

    1. Redesign and mistakes cost almost nothing. You can take risks.
    2. Flexible circuit boards cost almost nothing.
    3. Your design can span multiple planes and materials.

    I hope you're enough of an engineer+artist to realize what is possible here.

  4. doesn't seem that new of an idea, but definitely has a lot of potential to be something truly new. i mostly see it as a great tool for children to use to understand electronics and connections. still pretty cool, though. i'd like to have one.

  5. I find myself strangely attracted to this lady, as she forms a bridge between pole dancing and soldering.

  6. What sexism? The very few females were very popular and got a lot support. Maybe EE and the majority of females just are no match? But that can not be because men and woman are exactly the same right?

  7. I loved the basic idea of it, but the examples shown take it nowhere. It's a book with lights that respond to button presses. Show me an educational package that teaches concepts of electrical engineering where you fill in the workbook with the conductive pen, connecting the circuits on the fly and making something other than LED + Preprogrammed MicroController + Button.

  8. Nice to look at, but personally, I don't see any practical applications for this. At what point did electronics stop being cool in and of itself anyways

  9. We have to get conservative party out of office before Canada is taken over by american corporation and we are all living in "reserves" I wouldn't be surprised if the plans are drawn! Come on Canadians we must act Before the elite are in the life boat and we're sinking in this muck!! God bless us all!!!    

  10. umm its not up to white people to take care or natives. lol they neglect themselves. we don't do shit to them. they have a careless lifestyle. ive witnessed it and ive had racial problems with them when I was in high school. I don't know what they are trying to achieve by trying to fight white man in highschoolls and bars. ur not doing urself a favor. not one bit at all. ur just pushing us away.white looks at them asif they are animals, and im not lying. go to  an indian reserve and have car troubles, they wont help u  and prolly will start assaulting you, have the same problem happen in a white neighbourhood and youll have ten people help you.  proof whites have a soul. and care for stuff. they simply don't. go to Vancouver or Toronto or any city for that matter and go to work in the morning, you will see every race on buses going to work, but not one single native. they have no respect for themselves unless they have to stand up to whites. its ridiculous.   PROVE ME WRONG !!!! 😀

  11. what happened to the "CANADIAN" government representing the people.. not making decisions without the peopple support???  sounds like a dick tator

  12. We are not Indigenous Canadians. I have never identified myself as a canadian and refuse to swear an allegiance to the crown or it's corporate criminal apparatus.

    Indigenous people across Turtle Island have been insidiously manipulated into identifying themselves under the corporations that pawn themselves as countries.

    An Ojibway is an Ojibway. An Apache an Apache and not one person whether they are indigenous or not is NOT a canadian nor an american and both faux governments know it.

  13. read a book called scalp dance:-) the native americans cleansed each other before the whiteman came, they also cleansed a people called the Si-Te-Cah or Sai'i who were possibly solutrians:-) but that tribe was the right color to kill off.

  14. It's about time someone from mainstream media is listening. .. thank you for having Clayton Mueller who has spent his life fighting for the protection of natural life. .

  15. About time to start paying Rents for land & Loyalties for resources out of land.
    Rising superpower no-nonsense China is NOT going to tolerate this type of bullish dirty old tact & trick no more.

  16. About time for Native People of both North & South America, the true rightful owners of the land, to reclaim their long lost beloved mother land. 500 yrs is more than enough for putting up with neglect and indifference. [Google 'sicko uncle sam' for more]

  17. Thanks for clearing that up! I hope Harper takes this protest seriously and honors the treaties. I'm disgusted by what he's doing with C-45

  18. Sorry, should have been more clear. The Natives gave up land in the treaties. If we rip up the treaties, then the racists will loose their land when it's returned to the Natives.

  19. Wait I'm confused by what you said by your last sentence. If the contracts are ripped off (which are the treaties) then indigenous peoples will lose their status as sovereign nations (well hypothetically they're suppose to be sovereign nations but of course the US and Canadian governments never kept their promise). But your last statement suggest that if the treaties are ripped up then land will be given back but who's the one giving back land?

  20. Yes, LOL. There seems to be those that don't quite grasp that there's a contract involved. If the contracts are ripped up then be prepared to give the land back.

  21. Yet most of these racist idiots who say this have no idea about the legal and constitutional treaty rights that guarantees indigenous peoples as sovereign nations in both the USA and Canada or, the more likely reason, they activity refuse to educate themselves about this aspect of North American history and law because they are blinded by their own arrogance and bigotry.

  22. I don't doubt that there are people who overly romanticize indigenous peoples with the "noble savage" stereotype. But for every person who romanticize them there seems to be twice as much people out their who still believes in negative stereotypes by calling Indians a bunch of lazy drunkards who just protest for more handouts and that their traditional culture was "backwards" and "uncivilized" and it was a good thing that white people stole their land for "progress" to move forward.

  23. In fact their great council would later have great influence over the creation of the US constitution. The fact that the Iroquois would become aggressive expansionists during the Beaver Wars shows how badly affected they were by the fur trade.

  24. FYI: The Iroquois Confederacy (who calls themselves the Haudenosaunee) was represented by five nations (Mohawk, Seneca, Oneida, Onondaga, and Cayuga) who were previously at constant war with each other before an individual known to the Iroquois as the “Great Peacemaker” came and put an end to the conflict. Afterwards they made a democracy called the great council and largely lived in peace with one another and didn’t raid or attack neighboring tribes.

  25. The English especially wanted to expand westward of their colonial territory in North America and as a result they made the Iroquois do all the dirty work by encouraging them to invade Algonquin tribes who were largely allied with the French (who were the English’s biggest competitor in terms of colonial control in N. America at the time). This thus triggered the bloody Beaver Wars.

  26. At the same time though fur was in high demand in Europe and countries like Britain, France and the Netherlands were competing with each other to have more control over the fur trade. So to get more of those said fur these countries had to gain more colonial land control over the boreal forest in northern USA and Canada.

  27. Before the fur trade was introduced the Iroquois had traditional restrictions which prevented them from overhunting animals in their area but these traditions had been, unfortunately, largely forgotten by the time the Beaver Wars had started. So to get more beaver skin the Iroquois expanded their territory west and pushed out Algonquin tribes as they moved along.

  28. “The Hurons were exterminated by the Iroquois”
    From my understanding you’re trying to mention an event that happened during the Beaver Wars where the Iroquois invaded territory inhabited by Algonquin speaking tribes so that they can monopolize the fur trade especially on beaver skin. But the truth is that the story is far more complex than that.

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