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Imagine you're an intelligence specialist and have been asked to analyze aerial images. Are those clumps of vegetation real or are they camouflage nets concealing enemy fortifications or weapons?
How would you use your electronics knowledge to spot fake vegetation?
Greg Learns to Solder
Greg Harris proclaims to have zero electronics aptitude, so when his team challenged him to learn how to solder, he had little confidence. When he asked for help from Jameco readers, Greg obsessed on those that cautioned he would burn something and most likely himself. Greg bravely faced his fears and got a soldering lesson while the cameras were rolling. Sadly, however, it didn't work out the way anyone planned.
Watch our soldering rookie struggle.
Build the Club Jameco IR Beacon Kit.
When designing a new product, many companies take into account what materials to use and if it can run on alternative energy. However, in the tech world, it’s rare to find a business that takes into consideration whether their product can be adapted for people with disabilities or have an educational component.
The thriving business that combines science and humanitarianism.
Learning about electronics requires more than just reading a book. There’s nothing better than hands-on projects to bring key electronics concepts to life. Jameco is in the early stages of building a library of electronics lessons with a recommended hands-on project for each one.
Explore Jameco's free electronics educational resources.
Your solutions to this recurring problem.