Steven Lam’s Portfolio

Current Projects:

CSULB IEEE’s Robotic Arm

Added on March 12, 2014


I am working with a team of engineering students to design and build a robotic arm. I am tasked with managing the programming team for this project. We are currently in phase two of the project and for more information – click here

Love2D Game: SpaceBugs

Added on December 18, 2013

SpaceBugs Image 1


This project is a joint project between my two friends: Steven Yeu from UCSD and Kenneth Tam from CSUF. We planned this project for only 3 days because of scheduling conflict and school. Our goal is to design and create a game using the Love2D game engine There is still a lot of work needed but here is a link of what we have completed: here

Free download: Download link – Images are not mines and are sourced in the source.txt;

Microphone Amplifier

Added on November 11, 2013

Audio Amplifier Schematic


This project is to create an amplifier for a microphone. The project will take in a person’s voice through a microphone and amplify it into a speaker. This is a schematic that I found from an instructable project and I will be using it as a base for my project. My idea for this project is to produce something similar to a megaphone.

Recent Projects:

Varying Voltage Output Power Supply

Added on October 03, 2013

varying output voltage power supply


This project is to create a power supply that can vary its output. I designed the schematic above in a simulator: multiSim, to test that everything is working properly. I’m currently ordering components and when they come, I will build the schematic on a breadboard before soldering it to a PCB.

4x4x4 LED Cube

Added on October 04, 2013

4x4x4 LED Cube


This project is a 4x4x4 LED Cube. I recently built this cube and I’ll document my work when I complete this project. I’ll be making this cube blink and do all sorts of display with the arduino uno.


I completed my 4x4x4 LED Cube! Here is the video of it below, and I’m sorry about the quality; I just used my iPhone to record it.

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