• MusicBox

    And that's a wrap. The musicbox is officially in a stable place and successfully meets all of our design requirements. In using the device in my house, I know that it does everything that I had hoped it would. Playing music has never been easier and never been more fun.

  • AngelBot: High-speed Target Tracking Robotic Gantry System

    We are now almost completely finished clearing out our lab space that we have been using for senior design. Additionally, the track that the gantry was utilizing has been deconstructed. We are in the process of receiving funds back from the school in order to hand over a couple of key components over to our project customer for their future use.

  • Communicating POV Bicycle Display

    Got our project checked off for our final grade. We then designed our poster and had it sent out to print. Later on we did the same with the buisiness cards. We got our video shot and edited. All that is left for us to do is prepare for the Engineering EXPO.

  • AngelBot: High-speed Target Tracking Robotic Gantry System

    We now finally have our update project poster in hand after having printed it. The last few changes that we are planning prior to expo are the updating of the PC GUI software and possibly the addition of android software to run the GUI. It is great to be finally finished and accomplished with our senior design project! We planning and looking forward to meeting all sorts of new people at the engineering expo and also make impression on the industry representatives that are present at the event!

  • Smart Weight Distribution System

    We made it! The team successfully passed all engineering requirements in final check-off, and received full credit. Another big progress the team made this week is the final video presentation. We finished shooting by Friday, and continued to work on video editing over the weekend. As this update is posted, the video should be up on group googlesite. The team are looking forward to engineering expo held on this Friday.

  • Displaying Greenhouse Sensor Data

    Daisuke oshimi made 30 contact cards in a local print srore in downtown Corvallis. The designe includes our project website and live date website. The logo represents plants grow with using the electricity on the earth. Nate and Tyler created the expo poster which contains 15 engineering requirements and the block diagram of the sensor umit.

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