Maker Faire

Monitor and Control an Aquarium or Hydroponic Tank

Type: Presentation
Program Area: Science

Day/Time: Sunday, April 23 1:00 PM (30 minutes)

Day/Time: (30 minutes)

Location: Makeshift Theatre

Using a wet and wild approach, we will show you how an aquarium will be able to simulate tides, change chemical levels, and maintain the records of the water temperature, salinity. You will be able use a computer to feed fish, change fertilizer in a hypophonic tank.

Related site: http://www.aquadyne.com

Presented by

Samuel Stokes

From designing satellite control systems for space flight to auto flight systems for commercial airliners, Sam is now working with top professors in the Southern California region on how to best use Microsoft software products. His current interests are surfing, hanging out with his wife and dog, as well spending way to much time writing code and stuff. With over 100 student talks a year, he really knows what it is all about in colleges like USC, Cal Tech, Cal Poly SLO, Cal Poly Pomona, CSU Long Beach, UCLA, UCI, CSU Fullerton and others.