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Have you ever dreamed of designing your own LEGOs? Do you love building huge LEGO models, but don¿t have enough bricks? This book will show you how to do all that and more with Bricklink Studio 2.0, a software program that's widely used by LEGO designers to create LEGO models virtually before making them with real LEGO bricks. You'll learn how to start a new project, use the camera control options, and drag and drop parts into your building plate. Then take your bricks from a pile of random pieces into intricate masterpiece models using building tools like Select, Hinge, Clone, Hide, Connect, Collision, and more! Yoüll master all the building tools that help you build LEGO models. Then yoüll learn to search and manage LEGO bricks in Studio 2.0 using different palette options like Master, Hidden parts, and Custom parts. Beyond the official LEGO colors, there are special color options you can use to render neon, glow in the dark, and translucent brick. Use this expanded color palette to add to the complexity of your models, and then render your model to see it realistically in 3D! Yoüll also learn to animate your model and watch it come to life. After finishing your design, yoüll learn to share what yoüve built with the world. Yoüll create professional LEGO instructions for your model that can be printed or shared. Making you a true LEGO design master! What You'll LearnMake fascinating models with virtual LEGO bricks Design LEGO models more efficiently with Studio 2.0¿s powerful tools Use ¿Build Together¿ simultaneously with another designer on the same project Build massive, amazing models on a small budget Who This Book Is ForAnyone interested in digital modelling or who loves building with LEGOs. Students, hobbyists, and enthusiasts will find fun learning activities.
Gain complete understanding of electronic systems and their constituent parts. From the origins of the semiconductor industry right up until today, this book serves as a technical primer to semiconductor technology. Spanning design and manufacturing to the basic physics of electricity, it provides a comprehensive base of understanding from transistor to iPhone. Melding an accessible, conversational style with over 100 diagrams and illustrations, Understanding Semiconductors provides clear explanations of technical concepts going deep enough to fully explain key vernacular, mechanisms, and basic processes, without getting lost in the supporting theories or the theories that support the supporting theories. Concepts are tethered to the real world with crisp analysis of industry dynamics and future trends. As a break from the straight-ahead scientific concepts that keep the world of semiconductors spinning, Understanding Semiconductors is liberally sprinkled with apt analogies that elucidate difficult concepts. For example, when describing the relationship between voltage, current, power, and the flow of electricity through an electronic system, the book draws a parallel to a hot shower and the water utility system. Most of these are paired with clear visuals, giving you the best chance possible to absorb the concept at hand before moving on to the next topic. Whether you're narrowly technical or don't know silicon from silly putty, working directly in hardware technologies and want to know more, or simply a curious person seeking hard information about the technology that powers the modern world, Understanding Semiconductors will be an informative, dependable resource. What You'll Learn: Charge, Electricity, and Basic Physics What are Semiconductors The Semiconductor Value Chain and Design Trade-Offs Transistors and Other Common Circuit Building Blocks Semiconductor Design from Concept to Tapeout Wafer Fabrication and Semiconductor Manufacturing Process Integrated Circuit (IC) Packaging and Signal & Power Integrity (SIPI) Common Circuits and System Components RF and Wireless Technologies System Architecture and Integration The Semiconductor Industry - Challenges, History, and Trends The Future of Semiconductors and Electronic Systems Who This Book Is For: People working directly in the semiconductor, electronics, and hardware technologies fields or in supporting industries, hobbyists and new electrical engineering enthusiasts with minimal technical experience or pre-existing qualifications, and curious individuals interested in learning more about a fascinating area of technology. Though designed for a non- or semi-technical reader, engineers focused in one particular domain can also use this book to broaden their understanding in areas that aren't directly related to their core area of expertise.
»Of Irises and Laser Cutters« shows how fertile the cooperation of people from different worlds can be. Artists and designers meet technicians and engineers, different cultures and ways of thinking meet each other. The focus is on the fascinating possibilities of digital fabrication technology. With their help, people who are globally networked, can use bits and bytes to create tangible objects, as well as being co-productive and creative across boarders. The author advocates recognizing the creative potential of these global encounters and using their inherent diversity as an opportunity. Above all, young people need accessibility to these possibilities because they want to play an active role in shaping their future.