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H2OK — Energy Final Project

Joakim and I set out to build something useful for our final Energy project. We didn’t want to simply bring awareness to an issue or create an interesting piece of artwork connected to Energy. We wanted to help people. This is what led to H2OK. WHAT IS IT? H2OK is a water filtration system designed […]

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Energy Measurement Project

As work for our final project, Joakim and I worked on some measurements connected to water and energy. Here are the slides from our power point presentation:  

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Water + Light = Life

Water + Light = Life is a water filter that powers a light. Joakim and I talked a lot about ideas for this project. Although I would love to create something that truly makes a difference on the grid, I doubt in the next 7 weeks we could design the battery to end all batteries […]

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Solar Robot!

This project was one of the most enjoyable experiments I worked on this semester. I mean, how could it not be? I have wanted to build a robot since birth and there’s definitely something intriguing about photovoltaics. Put together the two things and we have the makings of a super fun project! Joakim Quach — […]

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Kinetic Energy Experiment

Kinetic Energy Project NYU ITP from Jamie Ruddy on Vimeo. The Experiment: To build a kinetic project that created the most energy in the form of light. PEDAL TO POWER My first thought for this project was immediately a stationary bike with a motor hooked up to it. The more you peddle, the more energy […]

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