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Thursday, January 12, 2017

The Faux Ghost Project

Background:
Infrasound - sound lower than 20Hz which is cannot be heard by the human ears, is known to cause odd sensations. These sensations are often associated with "supernatural" events. Such as being in a haunted house.

It is also linked to seeing ghosts. One case is the experience of Vic Tandy - an experimental officer of Coventry University in England. After experiencing some seemingly paranormal activity in a "haunted" laboratory in Warwick, he found out that the extractor fan was emitting a frequency of 18.98Hz - close to the resonant frequency of the eye, which is 18 Hz.

Scope:
Attempt to reproduce these unusual sensations of awe and fear using a test group and possibly, make someone see a faux ghost.

Methodology:
Sound waves will be produced by an AF generator, amplifier, and speaker set up. The AF generator will be an Adruino-based micro controller: a Gizduino ATmega328. The amplifier-speaker circuit will be made from scratch.


Gizduino ATmega328




Results:


*To follow*

Conclusion
*To follow*

Monday, December 12, 2016

Custom Soldier Class in XCOM 2 not Working when viewing abilities

So I just got into modding XCOM 2 and ran into a problem and I could not find any solution in the net. The problem appears when you view a custom class soldier's abilities. What will happen is that it will nothing and the game will hang.

The simple is quite simple:

XComClassData.ini in Modbuddy

Make sure that "bHasClassMovie" is set to false. Save and build your mod and the problem will be gone.


Tuesday, November 08, 2016

How Does an Earphone Work - A close look on the parts of an earphone

Earphones make sound from signals. Pretty simple right? Here is a video I made that elaborates more on how earphones work to produce music from electric signals from your phone, computer, or MP3 player.

How does an earphone look on the inside?


If you liked this video be sure to check out our channel at:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCp4cu85vldOT6lWUsna41FA

We have more informative videos there from computer troubleshooting to product reviews.

Monday, October 03, 2016

How to cool an overheating iPhone

So I had this idea last week: would a CPU cooler do any good in cooling a hot iPhone? Yea sure it's bulky but if you are using it as a mobile hotspot only, and not texting and calling at the same time, it might work right?

I made a video, did some tests and you can see all of it here:
How to cool an iPhone using a CPU tower cooler

If you liked the video, you can also check out my channel at:
DeuteriumTech

Also, you can follow me on Twitter @deuteriumtech

Sunday, April 17, 2016

Apple vs. Dausen vs. Philips vs. Samsung Earphone Mic: Which is the best

Earphone Microphones are probably one of the most overlooked part of an earphone. Yes! This small component is different among earphone brands. Some are good, Some are bad. If you are conscious about how you sound on the other end of a line during a call. Then watch this video as we compare the microphones of four prominent earphone makers:


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