• 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.

  • RF Controlled Landscape Lights

    We were able to pass all of our requirements for final check off. Over the weekend we worked on the production of our senior design presentation video. It took longer than expected due to various bloopers and technical hurdles. We also worked on our business card and will have it printed soon.

  • Wireless Security System

    This is the last update from team Indiamlix! It has been a hard fought 9 months and the project is completely finished with 100% of the engineering requirements satisfied. The group will be presenting the project at the Engineering Expo on May 18th. Stop by the booth and come check out the Wireless Security System!

  • Automated Drink Mixer

    This should be the last project update. The project went well and was overall a success. We made a few demonstration videos of the drink mixer for the video presentation. Everything went well and we haven't found any more issues. We would still like to add a few improvements to the project.

  • "Quick and Dirty" Programmable Power Analyzer

    We finished our 10 minute video that outlines how our instrument works, who worked on the instrument, and what the instrument is for. We have all of our expo materials on order, just waiting for the notification that they are all ready for pick up. Let's just say we are all pumped for this event, eager to show our work!

  • 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).

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