Phase I

Learning process, getting to know electronics and basic concepts about electric circuits
the logic, and how to draw them.


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Bread boards, resistors, capacitors, relays, switches, 555 Timer ..etc


Phase II

Designing an experiment, using the concepts of either:
  • Variable resistance
  • Trigger Switch


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When using liquid -water- as a conductor, and having poles connected to the circuit fixed in the
liquid pool, the change of the liquid level results in change of resistance.
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Switching from the a motor mechanical way of changing the water level, to a more natural way.
using the force of air blowing, breathing, to change the water levels as shown in the sketch.
and thus changing the resistance!
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Phase III

Developing the initial experiment. In this case, new features were added to the home made instrument.
Three extra "keys" -switches- were added to the design.Wiered to three extra 555 timers,
the keys decide which timers are connected and which are not.Resulting in a change in the output sound.


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the exhibition :

Electric Trumpet

Exhibited in the summery works of the Bauhaus2014.
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