Hiking away, being outdoorsy, and enjoying the side of Hong Kong that doesn’t feel like Hong Kong.
By using piezoelectric technology a large number of thin straws can produce electricity merely through small movements generated by the wind. The result is a new kind of wind power plant that opens up possibilities of how buildings can produce energy. With the help of this technique surfaces on both old and new buildings can be transformed into energy producing entities
The straws of the facade consist of a composite material with piezoelectric properties that can turn motion into electrical energy. Piezoelectricity is created when certain crystals’ deformation is transformed into electricity. The technique has advantages when compared to traditional wind turbines since it is quite and does not disturb wildlife. It functions at low wind velocity since only a light breeze is sufficient for the straws to start swaying and generate energy
Idea for ME3101 eh? lol
Best way to remind me that the start of another sem is drawing near?
Not trying to brag or owt but look where I’ll be living next year
Laptop finally died :(
This gives me less reason to procrastinate I guess? LOL
But now my only access to a decent computer’s in sch! SAD.
Wanna get a new laptop but I got more important stuff to do! Test. project, tutorials, etc. Haiz…
And then I just end up wasting more time procrastinating on the computer. XP
Musical Instrument: Erhu (二胡)A two-stringed bowed musical instrument, sometimes called the “Chinese Violin.” The Erhu is a versatile instrument that is used in both traditional and contemporary music arrangements.
The Erhu is ideal for expressing many emotions and the sounds it produced allows the listener to experience beauty, sadness, pain, and happiness. It easily mimics weeping, sighs, and intimate chatter and can produce sounds of nature if under skillful hands.
Delicate like silk, but yet leaves a lasting haunting melody in any listener’s mind.
do you ever just look at your homework like this
4pm: i'll do my homework at 4:30
5pm: i'll do my homework at 5:30
6pm: i'll do my homework at 7:00
7pm: i'll do my homework at 7:30
8pm: i'll do my homework at 9:00
9pm: i'll do my homework at 9:30