Final Projects

Posted: December 15th, 2010 | Author: | Filed under: Uncategorized | 10 Comments »

Please post you final projects here with a brief description and video documentation.

Thanks to everyone for working so hard this semester, it has been great to see you all work hard and progress. Looking forward to seeing everyone’s projects!

10 Comments on “Final Projects”

  1. 1 Minho Kim said at 3:29 am on December 15th, 2010:

  2. 2 Minho Kim said at 3:47 am on December 15th, 2010:

    It’s a simple device without any button.
    It controlled by Axis acceleometer(x,y,z).
    It contains 4 function, balance ruler, simple drawing and two games(getting position and avoiding raining)
    You can change functions with shaking.

    GLCD, Arduino Mega, PCB board, laser cut wooden cover, Axis acceleometer

  3. 3 Seokin Jang said at 12:37 am on December 17th, 2010:

    This is for someone who does not know what I look like. I attached the processing zip file and video.


    Processing File:

  4. 4 Lisa Lee said at 8:04 am on December 19th, 2010:

    I chose six kinds of beverages as an example to share a synesthesia experience. First, I translated the tastes of these beverages into different pitches (by pouring them into glasses in different heights), then translated these sounds into colors showing on screen.

    [Musical Table Mat]
    The concept of this table mat is giving users musical and light effects, which would change as the temperature of tea pot on top goes down. When the temperature keeps going lower, the color of light will changes gradually and different songs would be played.

  5. 5 Oylum Boran said at 11:09 pm on December 19th, 2010:

    My final project description and visuals can be reached through the link below.

    Design process is also documented in the previous posts in the same blog.

    Thank you,

  6. 6 Philippe Ramet said at 1:17 am on December 20th, 2010:

  7. 7 Francisco Zamorano said at 2:23 pm on December 20th, 2010:

  8. 8 Ben Riley said at 3:55 pm on December 21st, 2010:

    This is what the dreaded LIGHT-SEEKING BIRD looks like under more optimal conditions– a darkened room with a single bright light. His eyes also swivel around wildly to follow the cursor as it’s moved– you can see this towards the end of the movie, where the cursor is wiggling around.

  9. 9 Alvaro soto final project said at 7:35 pm on December 22nd, 2010:

    This is a link to my Personal blog where you can find a complete documentation of the project:

    This is a video of the user scenario:

    LivingTom is imagined for complex emotions where digital technologies are no longer practical or helpful,the project explores the role of technology in everyday objects imagined for complex situations where generalizing the public is no longer a matter of fact.

  10. 10 Yiruo Zhao said at 6:37 pm on December 23rd, 2010:

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