AP Physics B Final Project: LEDs and Socket Pins
Since I haven't uploaded anything to Flickr in quite a while, I decided to go through my camera and upload a few interesting pictures.
This picture is one of four I'm uploading about my AP Physics B final project: To correctly wire a circuit that, when hooked up to a pre-built power supply, acts like a clock, lighting up LEDs per second to indicate time.
This picture shows the underside of the board as well as nine of the ten LEDs. The top of the board is facing down. Shown in detail here are the wire wrappings themselves, both to the LED leads and the pins of the integrated circuit sockets (for a better picture of the underside of the board, click here). All of the components on this board are held in place by the wire wrapping, with the exception of the sockets and the three vector pins, which are soldered in place.