• Social Pendant

    At this time the pendant’s display and computer control (the GUI) are working, but the transmission between the pendants is not yet operational due to complications with the microcontroller's memory limit. We have three pendants built to our current level and two more pendants with the batteries being added for the Engineering Expo.

  • Wearable Wireless Heart Rate and Physical Activity Monitor With User Feedback

    Weareable Wireless HR Group: Here is the Video: https://sites.google.com/a/onid.oregonstate.edu/ece44x201335/presentations It has taken a long while but we're almost to the end of the project cycle. Development will need to continue for a week or two after the expo; mostly a new PCB and changes to the software (I2C, SPI COMM mostly).

  • AngelBot: High-speed Target Tracking Robotic Gantry System

    The team spent some time during the last few days getting ready for filming the final video presentation. We painted our enclosure to represent the group color and logo. We also improved our GUI to be more user friendly and better functionality. This was definitely a group goal so that we had something impressive to showcase for the engineering expo.

  • Smart Home

    We finished making our video and have it uploaded to Youtube. You can find the video by following the link provided here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zpbLpjP2ivM The video is 10 minutes and 1 second long which fits the length requirement for our video. It also includes all of the necessary components and can be found on our main page and section 5 in our google site.

  • Real Time Video Processing/Computer Vision on an FPGA

    Unfortunately we did not get our project completely working. We could not pinpoint the exact problem in the last few weeks we had to work on it. We met enough of our engineering requirements to pass final checkoff however so our focus the past week has shifted to wrapping up things for expo. Our poster has been printed, our business cards should arrive this Tuesday, and we finished our video presentation over the weekend (https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BwW0_VV9sGVOOG9NdTY2UWpyazg/edit?usp=sharing).

  • 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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