My theoretical works related to acoustic solitons (during my PhD) and wind energy (during lecturership) have inspired me to explore ways and means of controlling flows of sound, air, fluid, and plasma.
What it does
Image-modulated sound/air/fluid/plasma vent has a piezoelectric substrate with a large number of miniature pores. The pores are controlled by piezoelectric senors, which are controlled by a machine-learning algorithm run on an Arduino. The algorithm takes an object's running images as inputs.
How I built it
Challenges I ran into
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What I learned
What's next for Image-modulated sound/air/fluid/plasma vent