with Sean Russell Hallowell
This is an online-only course with four meetings. Each session lasts about two hours. Individual sessions will be recorded and archived for later use, though this course is intended to be taken as a communal, real-time experience. Archived sessions are best used as a reference, not as replacement for live instruction.
Tickets: 150usd or more here
Schedule _ Tuesdays 5:30-7:30pm _ PACIFIC TIME
Tuesday July 18 – 5:30-7:30pm Pacific
Tuesday July 25 – 5:30-7:30pm Pacific
Tuesday August 1 – 5:30-7:30pm Pacific
Tuesday August 8 – 5:30-7:30pm Pacific
This workshop — the first in a two part series — will explore how to process composite video signals with basic electronic circuitry. Starting with components like resistors and capacitors and building up to comparators and operational amplifiers, we will cover techniques for processing camera feeds, VHS tapes, and any other video signal in the composite format.
No electronics experience required. Participants must source their own materials (~$50-100 depending on where you buy them*) as well as provide their own equipment to generate and display composite video signals (camera or VCR, CRT, et cetera).
*A BoM with links for what to buy and where to buy it is available here:
Questions regarding the materials or anything else? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org