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About Marcus

Marcus Perez Cervantes é um Designer de Interação e trotador do mundo que atualmente mora em São Paulo, Brasil. Ele tem formação em Desenho Industrial e mestrado em Design de Interação da Universidade Carnegie Mellon. Ele trabalha na R / GA com clientes como MasterCard, TIM, Google, entre outros. Ele já trabalhou em outros lugares, como o frog design e Insitum.

Final Term Project – myStatus

Project Overview: You, just like many others, have probably been in a situation where you have thousands of screens open at the same time in your computer. And every time you walk away from your computer in a rush you … Continue reading

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Term Project Proposal

“Clock status indicator” You, just like many others, have probably been in a situation where you have thousands of screens open at the same time in your computer. And every time you walk away from your computer in a rush … Continue reading

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Mini-Project Assignment

The purpose behind this project was to test one of my thesis concepts. In my thesis work I am exploring the issues of safe driving in the elder population. Based in the research done thus far, I have started to … Continue reading

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Mechanisms and Movement Assignment

Row, Row, Row Your Boat To view code: http://pastebin.com/nvgJ8dbT

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DC Motor and H-bridge Assignment

Here is the code for the three parts of the project: 01. back-and-forth robot int buttonPinF = 5; int buttonPinB = 13; int motorPin1A = 11; int motorPin2A = 12; int motorPin3A = 8; int motorPin4A = 9; //int enablePin … Continue reading

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Ins and Outs of Analog Assignment

Here are the different codes for the steps of the project: //0.Sense it int sensorPin = 1; void setup() { Serial.begin(9600); pinMode (sensorPin, INPUT); } void loop () { Serial.println (analogRead(sensorPin)); } //1. Calibrate it int sensorPin = 1; int … Continue reading

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Sensing Simple Signals Assignment

Arduino Sketch: Assignment_3_task2 Arduino Sketch: Assignment_3_task3 (Same code was applied for task 1) Arduino Sketch: Assignment_3_task4 Arduino Sketch: Assignment_3_task5

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