2016-09-22 (Th) 2 Cyborgs and a Microphone

Episode ten was supposed to be about interfaces but at the last minute I asked Tim to split the episode into two parts, input then outputs. So we recorded a full show about input devices. It turns out this wasn't easy to define but in my mind I see the division. I'll try to clarify a bit here. Input devices are ones which provide information to a processor.

An output device presents information to a user.

Example: Cyborg Distance Sensor. An ultrasonic distance sensor acts as the input by collecting information about the nearest object. Processing happens in the middle to translate data. A solenoid acts as the output by stimulating an internal magnet.

A large chunk of the episode was devoted to talking about MIT's DuoSkin which you can read up on here before listening to it in the show. This link also has the information necessary to make your own functional temporary tattoos.

Me - Left. Tim - Right

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