Category Archives: 09. Final Project Reports

kRC Term Project

kRC is a gesture interface for controlling a remote control helicopter. The remote control is replaced with arm and body movement. It offers a unique experience for flying the helicopter that is very different to typical button and knob controllers. … Continue reading

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DeskPal

DeskPal Final Documentation Code: DeskPal.pde Emotion.pde

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Final Project: Tri-Color Pendulums

Check out my document, complete with images here: http://issuu.com/jayore/docs/mtinteractive_final Check out my video here: Check out my code here: http://pastebin.com/VtcvAMxx What is it? Tri-Color Pendulums consists of three pendulums: red, green, and blue. As they move toward one another, they … Continue reading

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Final Project | The Smart Christmas Tree

The Vision How can I make Christmas more fun and interactive by using knowledge I gained this semester?  This was my core vision that drove both my Mini Project and my Final Project. The Mini was an initial exploration of … Continue reading

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Meet MEmote! by Aubrey Shick

Meet MEmote! a DIY (Do it Yourself) robot aspiring to help children with Autism recognize and express emotion.  (The project is a preliminary exploration executed over a few weeks and will continue to be developed and researched.) MEmote is an … Continue reading

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Final Project | Floating Lights Out

What Is It? Floating Lights Out is a lights out game that has a special way to save patterns of lights onto physical objects containing RFID tags. It lets players enjoy the game and then save and share their favorite … Continue reading

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Reversed Scanner Project

About The objective for this project was to create a device that could print graphical elements into a surface that had the ability to erase itself. To do this, I explored the potential of a photochomatic ink. This special kind … Continue reading

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