I worked on various aspects of the project, but I became central to my group as I was the sole worker on the circuitry and programming aspect of the Tiny Town (passive) solar house model group project. The PIC microcontroller is central to the entire circuit. The circuit includes three temperature sensors: indoor, outdoor, and thermal mass. Attached is an LCD screen which displays the temperatures in Fahrenheit and Celsius. The microcontroller was programmed to store the data received by the sensors. Not included in this picture is a separate breadboard including four LEDs that illuminated the inside of the house upon sunset, and a servo that adjusted the vent on the roof of the home.