For our second Project as Action, we studied sound. We assembled our own radios and examined uses that they could have in countries around the world. My group looked at Ecuador, and explored how radios could be manipulated for the convenience of alpaca farmers. This way, in cases of extreme weather or day-to-day isolation, they can better communicate with one another.
The build process was pretty difficult and did not yield any results, but was interesting to experiment with and learn more about circuiting and how radios work.
Below is my presentation that further explains our process… Enjoy!