2016-10-20 (Th) 2 Cyborgs and a Microphone

Episode eleven was the second part of the two-part series on interfaces. Last time the subject was inputs and this time, the subject was outputs. Originally this was going to be a single show but there was enough information to cover in two shows. There was easily enough information during the inputs recording to cover two shows.

We designated outputs as ones which alert the human body to data. This could be as simple as the vibrator on your phone to notify you of a text message or the chime on your computer to tell you there is an email waiting to be read.

Off the air, we decided "inputs" and "outputs" were a poor choice of words because they don't draw a clean line between the two. In fact, some transducers can emit and detect at the same time. An LED can act as a light sensor, a piezo element can act as a speaker or a microphone.

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