Technology to Light the City
Through this project, students put their fundamental knowledge of electronics into practice. In the City of Lights Infrastructure, the basic concepts of conductivity, resistance, voltage, and switches are reimagined as circuit design tools. Conductivity is used to build a pressure-sensitive roadway, voltage is used to create a contour map that lights up, and resistance is used to limit current through the street lamps.
Instructions are included for each structure in the city starting with a Circuit Scribe lesson and then moving on to a Tinkercad or video tutorial showing you how to create a physical model around that circuit.