Author Archives: Huaishu

About Huaishu

A Master student in Tangible Interaction Design, Carnegie Mellon University

FINAL PROJECT REPORT: TOUCHSOUND

TouchSound is a wearable device that generates sounds and music by interacting with everyday objects by hand. By mixing tactile and auditory sensations, TouchSound promotes enjoyable musical experiences. TouchSound acquires information with different sensors as the system input. The information … Continue reading

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Term Proposal: TouchSound

INTRO TouchSound is a wearable device that generates sounds and music by interacting with everyday objects with hand. By mixing tactile and auditory sensations, TouchSound promotes enjoyable musical experiences. It could be used for musicians to explore new ways to … Continue reading

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07. Mini-Project: The Most Ugly Flower Ever Prototype…

  This prototype is about the mimicry of flower behavior. The “flower” will blossom when you give it the light, and close when the light is away. Material Muscle Wire Extra Power¬†Supply Lighter Photoresistance Arduino Transistor Plastic wrap Leaf ¬† … Continue reading

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06. Mechanisms in progress (Huaishu Peng)

Angle’s Wings in progress Hardware Photos:

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HW4 code

Hi, I just put my HW4 code here temperately until we have a new place to show codes. /* 0. Sense it: build a circuit with one analog sensor; a light sensor. Write a program to print out the analog … Continue reading

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Lifelike Mushroom LED

http://www.beautifullife.info/industrial-design/lifelike-mushroom-led/ these are just LEDs…but beautiful

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HW3 by Huaishu

The first part: The other part: Arduino Sketch: Huaishu_HW3_2 Arduino Sketch: Huaishu_HW3_3 Arduino Sketch: Huaishu_HW3_4 Arduino Sketch: Huaishu_HW3_5

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