WOYB – Light sensor project

Salvador is a close friend of Workshop 88 and an active member of Chibots.

Image credit: Salvador Garcia

Image credit: Salvador Garcia

He posted this photo of his breadboard and told us:

“This is a simple light sensor that I put together for a Cub Scout presentation that we did last year.”

Thanks, Salvador!

What’s on your breadboard?

54 thoughts on “WOYB – Light sensor project

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