Updated on 26 July, 2011
The Bat Detector Workshop is a summer school classroom for 5th to 9th grade pupils held at Kitakyushu Science and Research Park.
The bat detector, Workshop material, is BD4066, which I wrote an article on Eleki-Jack magazine in 2007.
For brief description of BD4066 including schematic, see here.
The 2011 Workshop was held on 23rd and 24th, July. 9 pupils attended the Workshop on 23rd, and 10 on 24th.
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|It’s her first experiment to use soldering iron.
It’s her first experiment to see the color code, too.
|He concentrates on soldering.
|Ah, it’s interesting.
|Veteran staff teaches soldering.|
|It’s the amazing ultrasonic world you’ve never heard before.
|Lots of pipistrellus abramus!|
|I hope some pupils do his/her summer vacation study using BD4066.|