What is AddOhms? Volume 1 of the AddOhms Video Tutorials, on DVD. AddOhms Tutorials teach Electronics Basics using simple language and examples. The videos come from the YouTube channel "AddOhms"...Read More…
Volume 1 of the AddOhms Video Tutorials, on DVD. AddOhms Tutorials teach Electronics Basics using simple language and examples. The videos come from the YouTube channel "AddOhms" which has over 10,000 subscribers, 1.3million watched minutes, and 98% thumbs-up engagement.
Volume 1 Covers these topics.
Also included is an Extras DVD with alternate footage, older (non-Addohms) tutorials, and some behind the scenes stuff.
The AddOhms approach focuses non-engineers who want to learn about electronics, but aren't trying to become an electrical engineer overnight. Instead, videos are designed to help ask better questions, get basic circuits running, and have fun! Anyone looking to understand electronics better so they can add LEDs, or motors, or an Arduino to a project will benefit from AddOhms Tutorials.
The videos are written, shot, edited, and produced by me--James the baldengineer. This DVD is done by myself. It's a maker project to help makers, well, make more.
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Capacitor expert by day. Enginerd at night. Electrical Engineer on paper. Fan of making things that blink, fly, or beep. Creator of: http://addohms.com.
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