Schematics – Reading and Writing in Electronics.

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Schematics – How to Read and Write in Wires and Electrons Music has staves and notes. English and many other languages use a selection of characters and accents to convey a word or a meaning or an idea. But how can we convey a circuit? What system can we use to say, if you connect […]

DMX 512 – A Celebration

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DMX 512 – A Celebration Today is the big day ladies and gentlemen. The 5th of December or DMX day named after the amazing protocol that united [CITATION BLOODY NEEDED] the lighting industry on one standard. [THIS HAS TO BE MADE UP]. The Dark Ages For as long as we’ve had stages we’ve needed lighting. […]

Computational Logic – Building it from the Ground Up – Part 2

Computational Logic – Building it from the Ground Up – Part 2 Welcome back to the computational logic series. If you haven’t read Computational Logic Part 1 then go have a look. It’s will give you a solid base on the topics covered here and is a great introduction into building logic gates. The Transistor Transistors were […]

Computational Logic – A Beginners Guide to Logic Gates – Part 1

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Computational Logic – A Beginners Guide to Logic Gates – Part 1 Every article needs to start somewhere. This would be the logical place to do it. Logic in electronics and computer science is all about answering questions posed by 1’s and 0’s. So before we get stuck in lets have a quick refresher on […]