HackBerry Lab

Spring 2020 Prototyping Open House

Welcome to the HackBerry Lab Spring 2020 Prototyping Open House. Explore the many innovations and technologies created by students in Creative Technologies and Computer Science.

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HBL Lamp


The HackBerry Lab Lamp is a three dimensional PCB (printed circuit board) lamp that was designed in EasyEDA. It features 90 NeoPixels along its inner walls, the HackBerry logo, and is topped off with a piece of black acrylic.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Spring 2020

Bear Hug Baby Blanket


A decorative and comforting baby blanket. Blanket base and bear head were both loom knitted and sewn together. Bear head is stuffed with polyester filling and embellished with embroidery. 14 inches from head to corner and 26 inches from corner to corner.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Spring 2020

The Third Slot


A personally designed ID holder that can carry up to THREE different cards at one time.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Fall 2019

The Juice Box, pt. 2


This is a dorm decoration that plays music and puts on a light show with NeoPixels. It plays the album shown on the acrylic.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Spring 2020

JasonR You Live?


A desktop Twitch notification system that lights up when your favorite streamer is live! Powered by 5V and an ESP32 WiFi module.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Spring 2020

Cardboard Coffee Table


A result of Corona-fest, this coffee table, originally meant to be built out of pine 2x4s, is a full size replica made entirely out of cardboard!
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Spring 2020

Harmony


Harmony is a sound reactive light made with an Arduino Nano, a digital sound sensor, and NeoPixels. Its purpose is to serve as an attractive but simple piece of décor that anyone could have in their room to make listening to music more interactive.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Spring 2020

Leggero


Leggero is an origami nightlight made out of sheet music. It uses an Arduino Nano, NeoPixels, a photocell resistor, and some buttons. It features both an automatic mode and manual mode for flexibility and was made to be simple décor when not in use.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Spring 2020

HackBerry RPG


This is a text based Roll Playing game set in Hackberry Lab. The goal of this game is to finish your final project. There are people you have to talk to and goals you have to accomplish, just like any other RPG.
CRT 499: Senior Project Capstone
Spring 2020

Totally Not A Geometry Dash Spinoff


Final Project for Chris Whitmire's CSC 103 class.
CSC 103: Creative Computing
Spring 2020

Love Landmine


An App I designed for my Capstone Project. Its purpose is to connect Long Distance Relationships through meaningful interactions. It does this by allowing one member of a relationship to buy the other one a token of appreciation, such as coffee.
CRT 499: Senior Project Capstone
Spring 2020

Mighty Mouse


Prototype of a computer mouse that is designed for those who enjoy interesting looking desk items. The process that was used to make this was a creating a mold of a foam prototype and then making a plastic version that was then decorated.
CRT 360: Advanced Prototyping
Spring 2020

Light Pong


An interactive game of Pong that allows two users, with flashlights, to emulate the paddles of a game of Pong and compete head to head. By raising and lowering the flashlight in real life, the paddle moves up and down on the screen respectively.
CSC 235: Physical Computing
Spring 2020

Arduino Road Map


This is a project designed to teach fourth grade elementary students nested if statements. It does not teach the code but the concept. It is set up like a road so the students have a real world example instead of just words on a page.
CRT 499: Senior Project Capstone
Spring 2020

Clapper with Arduino and Neo pixels by Robert Mbenoun


This is a clapper that was made using a sound sensor, Arduino and some Neo pixels. This clapper allows you to change color but also turn the lights off.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
spring 2020

Renovated dresser with Neo pixels


This is an old dresser that we had at the house, and we worked on it; painted it and added light at the bottom to give it a personality.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
spring 2020

The Hygiene Hotel


A cleaner way to store your toothbrush, along with many other bathroom products. Currently made out of foam core because of limitations. I’m planning on remaking it once I have access to more materials.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Spring 2020

Beaming Branches


Beaming Branches is a light up jewelry tree. The branches are made out of acrylic which gives it an aesthetic appeal when the light reflects off of them.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Spring 2020

Locked n' Loaded


A gun rack designed to hold guns securely with a shelves to hold bullets or anything else for storage.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Spring 2020

Green House


I built this green house for my mom. It is completely covered with tarp to keep the warmth in and rain out. It has a gate in front of it to keep our dogs out as well. The dimensions of the green house in feet are 8x16x10.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Spring 2020

Garden Gear Guardian


The Garden Gear Guardian is designed to help users locate their garden tools by using a "beacon" with white LEDs and a piezo siren (attached to a garden tool) that will activate whenever the user turns it on with a remote.
CRT 499: Senior Project Capstone
Spring 2020

Tap Tap Hoops by Robert Mbenoun


This is a game that was inspired by some version of flappy bird and my love for basketball. mixing these two ideas resulted in a well working game.
CSC 103: Creative Computing
spring 2020

Ground Hound


The Ground Hound is a sensor suite designed to help farmers know more about the conditions of their fields (soil moisture, temperature, etc), so that they can avoid wasting resources from making poor decisions caused by a lack of information.
CRT 499: Senior Project Capstone
Spring 2020

Gemini


The Gemini is a gaming mouse designed to be utilized by individuals who possess only the use of two adjacent fingers (index-middle, middle-ring, etc.) on their dominant hand.
CRT 360: Advanced Prototyping
Spring 2020

MIDI Mixer


This Musical Instrument Digital Interface (MIDI) Mixer was designed to be used in tandem with the free, online music production platform called Audiotool.
CRT 360: Advanced Prototyping
Spring 2020

PopArtPCB - Tron Light Disk


The goal of this project was to create a custom PCB that looked like one of the identity (light) disks from the movie TRON: Legacy. The LED pattern can be changed to match the colors of six different characters.
CRT 360: Advanced Prototyping
Spring 2020

Desktop Device


This Desktop Device displays the current time and date in New York City, the weather in Rome, GA, the stock price of Frontier Developments PLC, and the time/date of the next launch from Cape Canaveral.
CRT 360: Advanced Prototyping
Spring 2020

Time Attack


This custom-designed GamePad is intended to be used to play games created inside of the Arduino IDE for the Advanced Prototyping class. A top-down airplane racing game called "Time Attack" was also developed as one of these games.
CRT 360: Advanced Prototyping
Spring 2020

Viking Hat for "Dogs"


This hat was designed with the idea to help people show some more School spirit with help from are smaller friends in are family's. its a completely 3D printed hat with small Velcro straps that keep it on the dog, its completely adjustable and conferrabl
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Spring 2020

Tangled Music Box


A Disney's Tangled inspired hand crank music box with interchangeable and customizable music sheets with a secondary storage compartment. Laser cut and engraved 1/4 inch thick wood creates the base and is decorated with acrylic paint.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Spring 2020

Bubble Clip


Bubble Clip, my intermediate project, is a 3D printed device with the purpose of creating a trail of bubbles behind a bike. This project doesn't use motors, the Bubble Clip uses the movement of the bike to turn the fan and blow bubbles at the same time.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Spring 2020

Snake Gamepad


The Snake Gamepad, my final project, is a handheld Arduino based recreation of the game Snake. The casing is a repurposed RC remote, and the screen is an 8x8 LED matrix. The game plays just like classic snake but handy because you can play it anywhere.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Spring 2020

Microplastic Filter


The microplastic filter is a two part filter system that works in tandem with a washing machine system to capture microplastics that are released from the synthetic materials in our clothing over the course of a single wash cycle.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Spring 2020

Longboard Travle Stand


Traveling around the Berry campus on my longboard I kept having the problem of where to put my longboard so it wouldn't get messed with and knocked over where someone could slip and hurt them self. Which lead me to make a simple stand for it.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Spring 2020

Little Night Light


The Little Night Light is a light that's meant to resemble the Ghost character from the video game Destiny. This night light was made using an Arduino Uno and is powered by a 9V battery. I 3D printed the shell and painted it to look like it does in-game.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Spring 2020

The Battery Blanket


It's a picnic blanket with a pouch for a solar battery bank for when you need to charge your devices when having a picnic.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Spring 2020

The Pipe Dream


The Pipe Dream is a pipe lamp whose main purpose is to light up my workspace. The lamp's body is made out of black iron pipes from Home Depot, and the socket and wiring were taken from a DIY lamp kit.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Spring 2020

Thermos French Press


I made a french press that can fit into a thermos for when you go camping or whenever you want a cup of coffee.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Spring 2020

The Household Facemask


This project is a simple facemask you would use in public to avoid catching COVID-19 in the ongoing pandemic. The mask is entirely made of common household items as an example of how someone could protect themselves with what they have around.
CRT 320: Advanced Robotics
Spring 2020

Bamboozled!


Amidst the fiasco of pandemic-induced quarantine, I wanted to make something that could be created and appreciated at home. As such, I made a wind chime made from bamboo and twine.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Spring 2020

Pandora's Box


Just as opening Pandora's box led to many unexpected problems, so too did creating a wooden box from scratch end up far more complicated than I initially intended. Overall, however, building this box was an important and meaningful learning experience.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Spring 2020

Relaxing Desk Decor


The Relaxing Desk Decor is a light up sign that can act as a desk lamp or just a relaxing quote to read if stressed. It consists of plywood, an acrylic sheet, and a NeoPixel strip.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Spring 2020

Offbrand Animal Crossing


Just like the popular game Animal Crossing but worse! All your favorite characters ask you to do all of your favorite activities, and you have to do them!
CSC 103: Creative Computing
Spring 2020

The All-Wheelchair


The All-Wheelchair is an Assistive Wheelchair Add-on For Easier Door Opening that solves the problem of opening a door while in a wheelchair by locking the wheels together so that they can be rolled using one hand.
CRT 499: Senior Project Capstone
Spring 2020

Ease of Utensil


Ease of Utensil is a Hackathon project designed to help individuals with disabilities that affect dexterity easily and quickly adapt any utensil for use.
CRT 499: Senior Project Capstone
Spring 2020

Mighty Mouse


This project was an exercise in Ergonomic Design. For this project we had to create a computer mouse that was suited to a specific task. In my case, I chose to focus in on what features a Music Producer would need in their computer mouse.
CRT 360: Advanced Prototyping
Spring 2020

Entering the Matrix


Entering the matrix was just a simple LED matrix coded with different patters and designs.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Spring 2020

MIDI Mixer


This project is an Arduino Based MIDI Controller. We created and then manufactured PCBs. Then we soldered 8 Elastomer Buttons, 8 NeoPixels, 3 Potentiometers, and 1 Slide Potentiometer as physical controls that would interfact with the DAW AudioTool.
CRT 360: Advanced Prototyping
Spring 2020

Pop Art PCB


I chose to create a PCB with a Back To The Future theme. The animations were then created in Arduino. The first was an animated version ofthe word mark. The second was an animated version of the movie poster. The third was the time machine's flashes.
CRT 360: Advanced Prototyping
Spring 2020

Hit Me Helmet


The hit me helmet is a helmet that allows a user to understand the impact a lacrosse player receives when struck in the head.
CRT 499: Senior Project Capstone
Spring 2020

Desktop Device


For this project I made an IOT device. This device grabs the time in Shenzhen, China; displays weather info in Tampa, FL; shows the current stock price of Coca-Cola; and displays the current PowerBall Jackpot. This infomation updates every minute.
CRT 360: Advanced Prototyping
Spring 2020

Jigsaw Massage Gun


I get a lot of exercise and my muscles get tired a good amount. I would like to treat them with a good massage gun, but all of the ones on the market are too expensive. I would like to make my own massage gun using a jigsaw. Using a jig will cut the cost
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Spring 2020

Senior Exit Hackathon


For my senior Hackathon, I decided to recreate all the rankings from my favorite video game, Rocket League, and bring them to life.
CRT 499: Senior Project Capstone
Spring 2020

MIDI-MIXER


I designed a SICK device that allows me to control music in the palms of my hand. All you got to do is plug that bad boi into a computer and connect it to the online software Audiotool and BOOM!! I HIGHLY recommend watching the video!!
CRT 360: Advanced Prototyping
Spring 2020

Desktop Device


This project is an LCD screen that displays 5 different screens and uses WiFi enabled ESP32 to acquire data from the web in order to be displayed.
CRT 360: Advanced Prototyping
Spring 2020

GamePad


For my game, I created a Space Invaders style game entitled "Producer Panic." The player sprite is a MIDI keyboard and the enemies are Mixtapes and SoundCloud logos. In addition I also designed a case in Fusion360 custom fit to my PCB's specifications.
CRT 360: Advanced Prototyping
Spring 2020

PopArt PCB


This is a customized PCB with a tree silk screen design. There are 25 neopixels surface mounted on the board. The board uses an ATtiny 85 microcontroller with a button that switch’s the state of the lights each time the button is pushed.
CRT 360: Advanced Prototyping
Spring 2020

PopArt PCB


I designed a printed circuit board into a shape of a panda in support of my homeland. AND IT FRICKING LIGHTS UP!!!
CRT 360: Advanced Prototyping
Spring 2020

Game Pad


This is a customized PCB powered by a Teensy micro controller. The game is a side scroller game centered about a cat's adventure with 5 levels increasing in difficulty. Your score is the time it took you to complete all 5. Bases on my very own cat.
CRT 360: Advanced Prototyping
Spring 2020

Desktop Device


I designed a handheld device that would update me on the time/day of my hometown, weather of Atlanta (has my favorite pho shop), the stock of the company that owns Tinder/Bumble (heavy user), and to a website that tells me if it is dark outside or not.
CRT 360: Advanced Prototyping
Spring 2020

Gamepad


I designed a handheld gaming device that you can play games that individuals in the class. For my game, it was called "The Adventure of Tiles" and it is a platformer game similar to the arcade "Donkey Kong".
CRT 360: Advanced Prototyping
Spring 2020

Slavesaver


An App I created during the Senior Exit Hackathon. Its purpose is to allow the Lab Assistants to upload tasks for volunteers to do. This way the lab will increase its efficiency when volunteers show up to help
CRT 499: Senior Project Capstone
Spring 2020

Mighty Mouse


I designed a TOP OF THE LINE, AERODYNAMIC, FOOTBALL SHAPED computer mouse. The functionality of the mouse is to train little children at a young age how to told a football correctly as they surf the web looking at football videos (also for ambidextrous)
CRT 360: Advanced Prototyping
Spring 2020

Toolbox PC


This project was made in order to make a portable low end gaming desktop that I could carry with me to LAN parties. All the parts were sourced second hand from thrift stores or friends. This solution was perfect because it only cost me about $30 to create
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Spring 2020

Portable Bluetooth Boombox


For this project, I created a very loud Bluetooth "boombox." My topic was music and my challenge was to make it portable. The motivation behind this project was to make a cheaper, louder speaker than one you can buy.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Spring 2020

DJ helmet


I designed a DJ helmet to go along with my MIDI-MIXER that I made in CRT 360. It includes two LED rings that loop through 8 different LED patterns. It fits on my head and is surprisingly not heavy. I took inspiration off of the "BOXHEAD" dude from LMFAO.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Spring 2020

Desk Pad


The Desk Pad is a portable small table that can be used when in need of a hard surface. It is small enough to fit in your backpack but big enough to still help you get your work done.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Fall 2019

Shot Roullete


I made a turn-table roulette table that dictates who takes what shot. The table is rotating on a servo and stops after a random time. Whoever the shot lands on has to take it. Perfect for college drinking games.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Spring 2020

Berry Deck of Cards


The Berry deck of cards is a normal set of 54 cards. It was customized using photoshop, where I made many of them based on my friends, classmates, and professor. Printed labels with designs were cut out and pasted onto a normal deck of cards.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Spring 2020

Glam Cam Holder


The Glam Cam Holder helps creators attain a slow-motion/swinging effect with just their phones. The holder can be used virtually anywhere with enough room to swing. All that is needed to use the Glam Cam Holder is tape to secure it in place.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Spring 2020

Bricks


Bricks is a retro video game designed and built in processing. The goal of the game is to break the bricks to earn points.
CSC 103: Creative Computing
Spring 2020

The Work Station


For my final project I decided to make a desk for my room to make it easier to my inline classes at my house. The does is made out. of wood and has two spaces for drawers which I plan on adding later. After building I added a stain to the desk.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Spring Semester 2020

EZ-ROLL


This is a unique type of foam roller that I designed for athletes. The idea of a foam roller is to loosen up muscles. What makes mine unique is how portable it is and its ability to target smaller muscles.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Spring Semester 2020

Midi Mixer


This is a mixer that can be paired with Audio Tool. It can physically control those sounds with toggle buttons,single push buttons,state buttons and potentiometer. The enclosure is a laser cut wood that was designed specifically for a PCB that I designed.
CRT 360: Advanced Prototyping
Spring 2020

Mighty Mouse


When this mouse was created, it kept people with fat hands/fingers in mind. The design was made so there is a divide right down the middle so the fingers aren't clumped.
CRT 360: Advanced Prototyping
Spring 2020

Spinning Nightlight


The Spinning Nightlight, my final project, is a wooden carousel on a bearing that creates a projection of lights onto the wall.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Spring 2020

MIDI Mixer


MIDI mixer is a MIDI-based user interface that interacts with a digital synthesizer. Through this lab we were able to create our own beats, theme songs, hooks, etc.
CRT 360: Advanced Prototyping
Spring 2020

Colorful Arrays


Rainbow Arrays is a project that focuses on making the concept of arrays very visual. The main features of this lesson include an understanding of indexing, array sizing, and data types.
CRT 499: Senior Project Capstone
Spring 2020

Pop Art PCB


This project helped us create custom shaped PCBs, advanced silkscreen graphics, and surface mount soldering. My design comes from my favorite video game rocket league!
CRT 360: Advanced Prototyping
Spring 2020

MIDI Mixer


The MIDI Mixer is an Arduino powered MIDI controller. With a self-designed PCB, input layout, and enclosure, the MIDI Mixer is able to control online music tools such as Audiotool.
CRT 360: Advanced Prototyping
Spring 2020

Desktop Device


Desktop device allowed us to explore hardware design, basic enclosure design, working with APIs and HTTP requests, as well as finite state machine development, and creating LCD screen graphics. Nashville time, Denver weather, stock, & word of the day.
CRT 360: Advanced Prototyping
Spring 2020

Junkyard Sword


This is an orc sword made from a steel bar. It includes both a grip and a guard. It was made with the forge, and angle grinder, and stick welder.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Spring 2020

Pop Art PCB


The Pop Art PCB is a PCB designed around a piece of a pop culture. I used surface mount NeoPixels and an ATtiny85 to create light patterns thematically centered around the design of the Master Chief helmet from Halo.
CRT 360: Advanced Prototyping
Spring 2020

Desktop Device


Desktop Device is a device that uses the ESP32, a wireless capable micro controller, to display live updating information to an LCD screen. The information displayed ranges from weather to stock information.
CRT 360: Advanced Prototyping
Spring 2020

Cringy Ninja


Its tough being a ninja in 2020… “Cringy Ninja” follows the happenings of a ninja-in-training on his first day. Avoid hipsters who criticize your life choices and climb to new heights in this fast-paced infinite jumper game.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Spring 2020

Martha's Knockout


Mike Tyson's knockout with a Berry themed twist! Out box all three bosses and win.
CRT 360: Advanced Prototyping
Spring 2020

Sanitimer


Sanitimer is a device that tracks the time it takes a kindergarten student to wash their hands and provides feedback via a time receipt. The goal is to make the students more aware of what twenty seconds feel like in order to properly wash their hands.
CRT 499: Senior Project Capstone
Spring 2020

GamePad


The GamePad is a device using a Teensy (Arduino controller) and an LCD screen to play games created by the Advanced Prototyping class. Games were designed to be played with a joystick and two buttons, and consist of animated images and sounds.
CRT 360: Advanced Prototyping
Spring 2020

Desktop Turret


This is a prototype for a desktop turret. The turret is controlled by two potentiometers that control the x and y positions of the laser that is mounted on. The laser if fired when the button is pushed along with a neopixel.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Spring 2020

Light In Motion


My Senior Exit Hackathon was to demonstrate the abstract concept of motion in dance by using LEDs and long exposure photography to track movement.
CRT 499: Senior Project Capstone
Spring 2020

Anti-Scratch Cat Boots


For my final project, I made boots that would fit on my cat's back legs to prevent her from scratching her face. They were made of canvas, elastic fabric, and fleece.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Spring 2020

Camera Bag


For my intermediate project, I sewed a camera bag that would fit my camera with a lens on and an additional lens.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Spring 2020

Mirror, Mirror


Mirror, Mirror is an adjustable stand with two lighted mirrors that help anyone see the back of their hair or clothing to make dressing and preparing for the day easier.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Spring 2020

Smartphone Tripod with Wheels


In this intermediate project, I remodelled a tripod so that it would hold a smartphone and have wheels attached to the legs to glide. Using a 3D printer I constructed the smartphone adapter that could be screwed into the camera tripod.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Fall 2020

Mighty Mouse


The Mighty Mouse is an exercise in design principles. We designed, sketched, modeled, and manufactured a mouse of our unique and individual design. We used clay modeling to prototype, and then solid plastic molding to create the final product.
CRT 360: Advanced Prototyping
Spring 2020

Ring Rest


This is a cushion that can be strapped to an office phone to make it more comfortable to hold with your shoulder when both of your hands need to be free to type.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Spring 2020

Mighty Mouse


Computer mouse prototype created by placing a foam mockup into a silicone to create a mold and casting with plastic. Design for games that require many buttons such as MOBA's and MMORPG's.
CRT 360: Advanced Prototyping
Spring 2020

Turntable Toy


This is a cube toy designed for a child with limited movement. It sits on a turntable with different activities on each side such as a magnet board and reversible sequins. The toy phone on it is removable for battery changing.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Spring 2020

Insert Ad Here


Insert Ad Here is a form of mobile advertising. An individual wearing a backpack unit is able to move through large crowds with the that advertises any products or services and can be updated with simple program changes.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Spring 2020

MIDI Mixer


Music making device utilizing rotary and sliding potentiometers and elastomer pushbuttons which control sounds in Audiotool.
CRT 360: Advanced Prototyping
Spring 2020

Pop Art PCB


Printed Circuit Board designed to look like Goku from DragonBall Z and animated with surface mount NeoPixels to portray his different Saiyan forms.
CRT 360: Advanced Prototyping
Spring 2020

Infinite Link


Infinite Link is a dorm room wall decoration that displays the classic Legend of Zelda logo. It contains remote control LEDs that create and infinity mirror effect illuminating the designs inside. When the LEDs are off, the piece turns into a wall mirror.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Spring 2020

Supporting Antennas


Supporting Antennas is a senior capstone project designed to increase the physical strength of race car antennas so they can both last longer in races and are less likely to fail due to shearing at speeds of upwards of 200 mph.
CRT 499: Senior Project Capstone
Spring 2020

Laptop Monitor Repurpose


A monitor created from a repurposed Asus laptop screen. The monitor uses an LCD Driver to mimic a computer motherboard so that a device to display to the monitor through HDMI cables.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Spring 2020

GamePad


GamePad created using a Teensy 3.2 and a TFT LCD screen. The game I created is called Mallust and is played in style of old-school turn based RPG's.
CRT 360: Advanced Prototyping
Spring 2020

TFT Art


Mini drawing station using a TFT SPI Touch LCD screen. I also designed an enclosure for the device in Fusion 360
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Spring 2020

Salvage Hammock Stand


For my final project I wanted to build something that could potentially be used to hang up an ENO- style hammock without needing pre-existing attachment points. It may have Involved splicing together some 2x4's, but it works.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Spring 2020

Homemade Kitchen Knife


For my Intermediate project, I decided to make my own kitchen knife in order to learn some new metalworking skills. It's made of heat treated 1095 high-carbon steel, so it can hold an edge for longer than a normal stainless blade.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Spring 2020

The Hackberry Sampler


The Hackberry Sampler is a box designed to show the progression of a my work in the woodshop. Its corners are all different, the first being a simple butt joint, the second being a pocket hole joint, the third a miter joint, and the fourth is a dovetail.
CRT 499: Senior Project Capstone
Spring 2020

The Whittled Gator


Upon receiving a book on whittling for Christmas, I decided to pick a random project and learn how to whittle for the first hackathon of the semester
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Spring 2020

K-911


K-911 helps Medical Alert Dogs communicate with people nearby when their handler is experiencing a medical emergency. When the dog tugs on the rope toy attached to the harness, an alert text will be sent to users including the GPS location of the handler.
CRT 499: Senior Project Capstone
Spring 2020

Locked Memories


Locked memories is a series of locks that act as a puzzle for my grandpa who has alzheimers, if he opens the right locks, a bottom piece opens to reveal the first picture of the two of us and the most recent
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Spring 2020

Portable Axe Throwing Lane


The portable axe throwing lane is exactly as it sounds. Taking an old trailer I found I tore everything out and turned it into an axe throwing lane I can take with me anywhere I go.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Spring 2020

Desktop Device


Device that uses "screen scraping" to access information from various websites. Information includes Tokyo time, New York City weather, Nintendo stock price, and Jonah Hill body status.
CRT 360: Advanced Prototyping
Spring 2020

Smart Mirror


Smart Mirror is a mirror that displays the time, weather, calendar, and news updates. It works by placing a two-way mirror acrylic sheet on top of a computer monitor, and uses a raspberry pi to control the user interface.
CRT 499: Senior Project Capstone
Spring 2020

Revenge of the Porch


After falling through my 100 year old porch, I decided it was time to tear it up. It didn't go down without a fight however, the more I tore up, the more that had to be done. Ultimately, i had to repair most of the supports and replace the top.
CRT 498: Methods, Materials, and Structures
Spring 2020

Mighty Mouse


For this project, I had to create a mouse that would fulfill a specific task while also considering the ergonomics. I created a mouse that functions as dial for Fusion 360. The dial can be programmed with favorite tools to make designing faster.
CRT 360: Advanced Prototyping
Spring 2020

E-broidery


For this lab, we started by creating designs to mimic a linear potentiometer, a rotary potentiometer, and a joystick as 2D images. Then we turned these images into embroidery files and stitched them using conductive thread to create circuit swatches.
CRT 498: Electrotextiles
Spring 2020

Altoids Vacuum


Altoids Vacuum is a pocket sized vacuum cleaner made inside an Altoids tin.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Spring 2020

Pop Art PCB


This project shows that PCBs can be more than just a rectangle. For this, I took a popular Nintendo character named Kirby and placed 8 LEDs in a circle on the board.
CRT 360: Advanced Prototyping
Spring 2020

Embedded Circuit Pillow


We started this lab by creating our own PCB's that are designed to be sewn into fabric. My project using these is a pillow with 7 capacitive touch boards and a piezo buzzer that plays a different tone based on which berry you are touching.
CRT 498: Electrotextiles
Spring 2020

Desktop Device


Desktop Device is an always-on display that shows the user the most relevant information to the user for the day.
CRT 360: Advanced Prototyping
Spring 2020

Midi Mixer


This is a Midi Mixer using an Arduino UNO as the microcontroller. This was the first project using EasyEDA to manufacturer a custom PCB for the midi. The midi has 8 buttons, 3 potentiometers, and a slider for inputs.
CRT 360: Advanced Prototyping
Spring 2020

The Cart Assistant


The Cart Assistant is all about guiding shoppers to items by way of the best path through the store. It does this by looking for, strategically placed, IR beacons around a storefront.
CRT 499: Senior Project Capstone
Spring 2020

GamePad


This project was a culmination of all of the different projects from the advanced course. During the development of this project, we had to become more efficient when coding so that when our game ran it would not run slow.
CRT 360: Advanced Prototyping
Spring 2020

TrackBerry Scroll ball


This is my capstone project. As phone sizes have gotten larger people with below-average hand sizes have a more difficult time navigating their phone with one hand. My project works to solve this issue by giving users a scroll ball on the back of a phone.
CRT 499: Senior Project Capstone
Spring 2020

Two Player Pinball


This is my exit hackathon project. For this project, I wanted to design a layout in Fusion 360 of a pinball machine that two players could play on. I have really enjoyed working in the Fusion 360 environment and wanted to show these skills off!
CRT 499: Senior Project Capstone
Spring 2020

Cloud


Led cloud has multiple functions
CSC 235: Physical Computing
Spring 2020

Thermochromics and Heat-Resistive Fabrics


We created thermochromic paint that can be applied to various materials and when current is passed through it, the paint changes color. Through a matrix of these panels & a program to change the polarity on peltier coolers to see the effect.
CRT 498: Electrotextiles
Spring 2020

Slime Run


Slime Run is a game run in Processing where the player plays as a small slime that has to outrun a large slime trying to eat it. The player has to jump over obstacles or burrow through them. The player wins when the large slime is far enough away.
CSC 103: Creative Computing
Spring 2020

Plant Lamp


The Plant Lamp, my intermediate project, is a 3-D printed lamp based off the Pixar lamp with a red and blue LED bulb that supports plant growth.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Spring 2020

YuLei


My father had a translator when he worked over in China and his name was YuLei. This project is a Morse Code translator that can translate dots and dashes into the English language.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Spring 2020

Marbles


This project was a fun Hackathon project with hopes of recreating a childhood game that my brother and I had played many times together. The purpose of the game is to push a marble up the side, and have it come down and land into one of the cups.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Spring 2020

Around the World


Around the World takes an ordinary globe and turns it into a learning game. It tests your knowledge on the world's seven continents. The computer displays a question and the user submits an answer by pressing the buttons located on the globe.
CSC 235: Physical Computing
Spring 2020

Bird BNB


This cozy bird house is made of purely natural materials. It provides a home for any sized bird and blends in well with the environment around it. The frame is made of poplar wood while the roof is made of evergreen trimmings.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Spring 2020

Kimono


For my final project, I made a kimono using a pattern online, machine embroidering flowers & leaves, and sewing in wearable PCBs to create a color-changing NeoPixel kimono.
CRT 498: Electrotextiles
Spring 2020

Organized LED


This is a project I made to help better organize my room. It has 3 shelves for smaller items and an open area to stack movies and video games! I also added rainbow-colored LED lights to add some good aesthetic to it!
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Spring 2020

You Open?


This project had a completely different design originally, but I had to transition ideas due to school being canceled this semester. This project is an alert light that allows you to see if something is open that should not be.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Spring 2020

MIDI Mixer


This project was designed to be an instrument that would allow me to remix and make my own music through various button changes and presses.
CRT 360: Advanced Prototyping
Spring 2020

Space Invader PCB PopArt


This is a Space Invader that was made into a PCB. It has 3 different modes when you click a button. The first mode changes to red and the second mode changes to green. For the third mode the lights come down in the pattern of space invaders.
CRT 360: Advanced Prototyping
Spring 2020

X-Man PCB


Programmable Neopixel art inspired by Keith Haring.
CRT 360: Advanced Prototyping
Spring 2020

Germ Buster


Germ Buster notifies you when you touch your face to limit the spread of germs and viruses by beeping, lighting up, and assigning a score.
CRT 320: Advanced Robotics
Spring 2020

Fusion 360 mouse


Computer mouse with a roller ball for use with Fusion 360.
CRT 360: Advanced Prototyping
Spring 2020

"Desktop Device" V1.0


Desktop device utilizes screen scraping to display data from the internet in real time.
CRT 360: Advanced Prototyping
Spring 2020

MIDI MIXER


Customizable midi controller. Features eight elastomer pushbuttons, three potentiometers, and a slider. The Arduino Uno running the controller is removable via the base of its laser cut enclosure.
CRT 360: Advanced Prototyping
Spring 2020

HackBerry Game Pad


Mobile gaming device featuring games from the Advanced Prototyping class
CRT 360: Advanced Prototyping
Spring 2020

Robotic Arm


Laser cut robotic arm, controlled by an Arduino
CRT 320: Advanced Robotics
Spring 2020

Shop Towel Respirator


Respirator made from binder covers, hot glue, gatorade bottles, elastic, and shop towels
CRT 320: Advanced Robotics
Spring 2020

Electric Fire Lighter


The “Electric fire lighter” was my attempt on a simple cattle prod device. The purpose of the project was for it to look cool, and work properly as cattle prod.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Spring 2020

Breathalyzer


I tried to make a Breathalyzer, but because of Corona, I could only order 1 sensor that would get to me on time.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Spring 2020

Cevian Covid-19 Temperature Sensor


Our Covid-19 Temperature sensor displays the patient's temperature on a monitor outside their room for medical workers and also sends an email to the patient's family with updates on how they are doing.
CRT 320: Advanced Robotics
Spring 2020

Goodwill Pillow Talk


Using a few shirts I purchased from local thrift stores, I made s few patterned pillows for my dorm room.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Spring 2020

Matrix Pong


Matrix pong is a simple pong game displayed on an LED Matrix. The paddle is controlled by moving your hand up and down above an ultrasonic sensor.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Spring 2020

Runner Gunner


Runner Gunner is an infinite runner game. In this game you are a soldier running towards enemies. The goal is to get the highest score and avoid running into enemies.
CSC 103: Creative Computing
Spring 2020

Nap Time


Nap Time is a portable dog bed designed specifically for my family's puppy, Beau. The dog bed is filled with pillow cushion for comfort and covered with soft cotton t-shirts. A cooling mat is also attached to the cushion so it doesn't get too warm
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Spring 2020

The Shoe Stack


The shoe stack is a rotating shoe rack. The shoe stack has a height of 2 feet, has 4 levels of storage, and can hold up to 4 pairs of shoes per level. PVC and shower flanges are used as supports for each level.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Spring 2020

Don't Stand So Close To Me


This hand-held device uses an Ultra-sonic range finder, LCD screen, 2 Neopixels, and 2 buttons, to measure 6ft. If you are within 3 inches either direction of 6ft the green NeoPixel will turn on, if not it will turn red. It also shows the measurement.
CRT 320: Advanced Robotics
Spring 2020

Germ Buster (check out Joey Pratt Alex Brice for their portions of the project)


This device is designed to help slow the spread of Covid-19 by alerting when someone is about to touch their face. It uses a Hall effect sensor and a magnet inside the elbow. My portion was to create the scoring visuals and a physical arm strap.
CRT 320: Advanced Robotics
Spring 2020

boom goes the asteroid


using the controller and joystick, dodge and destroy the asteroids and get the high score. destroy every asteroid you can, missing one will lower your score
CSC 235: Physical Computing
spring 2020

Galaxy Defenderz


Coded in Processing, Galaxy Defenderz is a retro endless shooter based on games such as Galaga, Asteroids, and Space Invaders.
CSC 103: Creative Computing
Spring 2020

final for 235


I made a game station for my game I made in 103
CSC 235: Physical Computing
spring 2020

Boomy the Cat Arcade Cabinet


Made with arduino and processing. This arcade cabinet gives a home to the boomy the cat game. Use a joystick to run and shoot and a button to jump.
CSC 235: Physical Computing
Spring 2020

Boomy the Cat


Boomy the Cat is a cat who runs fast and eats garbage. Help Boomy fight the spread of Lynks disease by using the arrow keys to move, s to shoot, and j to jump. Made in Processing
CSC 103: Creative Computing
Spring 2020

Sweet Creature Box


A box that says sweet creature that contains neopixels that change states with a button
CSC 235: Physical Computing
Spring 2020

Triangles


Triangles that change to a random color and switch positions.
CSC 103: Creative Computing
Spring 2020

The "Mega" Controller


This project coincides with a game that was created in CSC 103, it simply utilizes both Processing and Arduino to create a joystick controller to control a game!
CSC 235: Physical Computing
Spring 2020

Pac-Cat


Pac-Cat is a pac-man style game, where the player is a cat, the ghosts figures are now mice, and the special power ups are fish instead of cherries. The goal of the game is to eat all of the dots before you loose all three lives by running into the mice.
CSC 103: Creative Computing
Spring 2020

Budget Pinball Machine


I decided to make a pinball machine using everything we’ve learned in 235 so far. It uses a lcd screen, buttons, motors, etc. it’s just a basic pinball machine
CSC 235: Physical Computing
Spring 2020

Lightsaber controller


I made a controller using an arduino for the video game fallen order. It uses a joystick for the wasd keys, an accelerometer for the mouse, and buttons and tilt sensors for the other controls.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Spring 2020

Norbert’s Habitat


I have a bearded dragon named Norbert, he needs space and things to climb around on. I made him new furniture for his terrarium. They are made out of natural trees and branches to give his terrarium a natural look
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Spring 2020

3D Printed EasyBreath Filter


This is a EasyBreath snorkeling mask fitting a 3D printable filter. This attachment goes on top of the mask using activated charcoal filters, normally found in Keurig water filters.
CRT 320: Advanced Robotics
Spring 2020

Page Turner


To create a device to make turning a single page of a book easier for disabled persons or those who have low fine motor skills in their hands such as older folks who have Parkinson’s or the like.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Spring 2020

iConduct


To create a conducting baton designed for conducting teachers to use in teaching their students how to properly conduct. A program was written to read an infrared LED on the tip of iConduct using the computer’s built-in camera and draw in real time.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Spring 2020

CSC 103 Final Project: Infected Game


This game is inspired by current events and flappy bird. A very nice Coronavirus tries his best to not to infect (touch) anything.
CSC 103: Creative Computing
Spring 2020

Corona Cure


This game is a pac-man style game. It includes a mad doctor trying to solve the corona pandemic one paper cure at a time. The goal of the game is to collect all the paper that has the cure on it and keep away from the virus!
CSC 103: Creative Computing
Spring 2020

Social Distancing - Genetic Algorithm


This was a group project designed to educate people on the importance of social distancing using a genetic algorithm. This was a group project with myself, Cameron Acton, and Cooper Foster. My role in the project was user testing and research.
CRT 320: Advanced Robotics
Spring 2020

Social Distancing - Genetic Algorithm


This was a group project designed to educate people on the importance of social distancing using a genetic algorithm. The group mates were Myself, Paul van Wingerden and Cooper Foster. My role was coding the algorithm and interface design.
CRT 320: Advanced Robotics
Spring 2020

The Hardest Game Ever


I created a game where I used a joystick to control a player. The objective of the game is to navigate through the maze to reach the end of the maze. The catch is that if you touch a wall, your player gets reset to the beginning of the map.
CSC 235: Physical Computing
Spring 2020

Social Distancing - Genetic Algorithm


This was a group project designed to educate people on the importance of social distancing using a machine learning genetic algorithm. My group mates in this project were Cameron and Paul. My Role in this project, Data analysis and Documentation.
CRT 320: Advanced Robotics
Spring 2020

HackBerry Masks


With the concerning risk of COVID19, as a group we chose to design a ventilator piece that can attach to a scuba mask. I specifically was in charge of making the 3D printer, printing the prototypes and doing use testing.
CRT 320: Advanced Robotics
Spring 2020

Cevian Covid-19 Temperature Sensor


Using an ESP32 and a DS18B20 temperature sensor, our Covid-19 Temperature sensor displays the patient's temperature on a monitor outside their room for medical workers and also sends an email to the patient's family with updates on how they are doing.
CRT 320: Advanced Robotics
Spring 2020

CSC 235 Final Project: Infected with Ultrasonic Range Finder


This project builds off of my 103 game. The player (a friendly coronavirus) is controlled by a distance sensor. It moves up and down according to the distance of the object in front of it.
CSC 235: Physical Computing
Spring 2020

The General


This project is my Senior Exit Hackathon. I decided to design my own PCB in the shape of General Grievous. He has twenty neopixels for his four lightsabers and plays the CIS grand march when a button is pressed.
CRT 499: Senior Project Capstone
Spring 2020

The Head Hat


The head hat is designed for people in hot places that really wish it could be just a little cooler. Using a temperature probe, a small DC motor, and a strip of neopixels, i converted this ordinary baseball cap into a fan hat with a built-in thermometer!
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Spring 2020

Aesop


Aesop is an infinite runner game where you play as a fox dodging wolves and crows. It was coded in Processing and the art was drawn in Procreate.
CSC 103: Creative Computing
Spring 2020

Germ Buster w/ Joey Pratt and Katie Kearns


Device that utilizes a Hall effect sensor and a magnet to notify the user when they are about to touch their face. Created in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19. I designed the schematic and PCB for the device.
CRT 320: Advanced Robotics
Spring 2020

What's Your Color?


This game is my final project for CSC 235 and is designed to test the player's ability to recognize and duplicate RBG colors given to them. You are given a color on the left and must match it using the center dials.
CSC 235: Physical Computing
Spring 2020

Piano Trainer


For my CSC 235 project, I wanted to combine the things I learned in the CRT 498 class with conductive thread into a controller for a game. The piano trainer allows you to learn to play a song in processing on a capacitive touch piano connected to Arduino.
CSC 235: Physical Computing
Spring 2020

Ring Game


The objective is to land on all the yellow spaces, while avoiding the red. Your score is shown both on the LCD and the ring. your high score and score for the round area on the ring as well.
CSC 235: Physical Computing
2020 2020

Clank's Escape


You play as Clank, a lone ghost, in a haunted house trying to avoid cages who want to prevent him from ever leaving.
CSC 103: Creative Computing
Spring 2020

Furmidable Foes


Follow Luke Skywhisker in this intergalactic battle of cats vs dogs against foes like jabba the pup and dog vader in search of Purrrincess Leia! Just watch out, you've only got nine lives to do it.
CSC 103: Creative Computing
Spring 2020

Social Distancing Smart Health Monitoring System


The Smart Social Distancing Health Monitoring System is a system built to allow nurses and doctors to take patients' information while maintaining proper social distancing. The device has height, temperature, and weight sensors, and a built-in keypad.
CRT 320: Advanced Robotics
Spring 2020

Doggie Diner


This feeder was inspired by my two puppies, Melvin and Lucy, and allows them to eat at the correct height while also providing storage for all their food and treats. Made from mostly plywood, it was a cost effective but stylish project overall.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Spring 2020

Four Hours to Formal


This project was all about self- expression. I often express myself through my clothing, but sometimes I can’t quite find something that suits me perfectly. In this case, it was my formal dress. I decided if I couldn’t find the perfect dress, I’d make it.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Spring 2020

Swingin'


A friend of mine recently moved into a new house, and one of the things she brought with her that was the most sentimental was a porch swing made by her grandfather. Because she has no porch we decided we would make a free-standing mount for her swing.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Spring 2020

Homemade Filtered Respirator


This is a homemade respirator made from simple household objects. the body for the majority is just a 2-liter bottle along with two water bottles. the filter portion is just gauze and activated charcoal.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
2020 2020

Don't Stand So Close To Me


For our final project in Robotics, we created a game that promotes social distancing. Our game teaches the user how to accurately estimate 6 feet. My contribution to the project was creating a PCB that made the game simple, compact, and mass producible.
CRT 320: Advanced Robotics
Spring 2020

CARRIER DEFENDER Arcade Game


Take flight in a US F/A-18 Hornet fighter jet and defend your carrier from an onslaught of Chinese attackers!
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Spring 2020

Glow Pip Die Display


This display is a five sided display with three settings. the first si a random assortment of rainbow lights, the second a line of green lights moving around the cube, and the third is a counter displaying a number on the die ranging from one to six.
CSC 235: Physical Computing
Spring 2020

Bop-it Arduino


This is a functioning bop-it Arduino setup with a button, a flex sensor, a potentiometer, and an analog stick. Unfortunately, I could not make a case or Sauter due to insufficient tools available.
CSC 235: Physical Computing
Spring 2020

Don't Stand So Close To Me


Final Project for the Advanced Robotics Course. My group developed a game to teach a person how far 6ft is using an ultrasonic range finder and NeoPixels. My contribution was developing an enclosure for the device.
CRT 320: Advanced Robotics
Spring 2020

The Quest


This is a trolling game that I made in processing to be annoying, from the controls to the music. It features a unicorn and corrupted berries.
CSC 103: Creative Computing
Spring 2020

J9 Speaker


I made a speaker with two 10in subwoofers with leds on it that fluctuate with the music
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Spring 2020

Desktop Device


This device screen scrapes other websites to get Information. This includes Atlanta's time Zone, Adairsville, GA weather, Nvdia's stock price, and a splash screen.
CRT 360: Advanced Prototyping
Spring 2020

Cevian Covid-19 Temperature Sensor


Using an ESP32 and a DS18B20 temperature sensor, our Covid-19 Temperature sensor displays the patient's temperature on a monitor outside their room for medical workers and also sends an email to the patient's family with updates on how they are doing.
CRT 320: Advanced Robotics
Spring 2020

Rock on


Knock off agario with the rock and vladimire putin
CSC 235: Physical Computing
Spring 2020

Mighty Mouse


This is a computer mouse that is designed to be more ergonomic to those who have a broken finger.
CRT 360: Advanced Prototyping
Sping 2020

Iso-Hero


Iso-Hero is an interactive video game, based on the classic Guitar Hero, that teaches the player about isomers. It consists of three levels with increasing difficulty in which the user places structures of an isomer one at a time in their correct spaces.
CRT 499: Senior Project Capstone
Spring 2020

Acid Etch PCBs


Due to complications resulting from the coronavirus, we were unable to order PCBs (printed circuit boards). So, I made my own! Using ferric chloride and a laser printer, PCB files were etched on to FR4 (copper plated) boards.
CRT 499: Senior Project Capstone
Spring 2020

PCB Lightning Round


For this Hackathon, I wanted to see how many PCBs I could design in four hours. A total of four were completed: the Death Star, the Coca-Cola logo, a piece of (PINEAPPLE) pizza, and the Starfleet commander's badge.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Spring 2020

Vest


This project was a vest that I made from scratch, starting with creating a bodice pattern with my measurements. The goal was to use conductive thread and PCBs to sew NeoPixels on to the back, but there were unfortunate complications with the electronics.
CRT 498: Electrotextiles
Spring 2020

Conductive Ink


We attempted to make our own conductive ink: the first go-round ended up this very horrible smelling goo monstrosity. The second, we were able to paint on skin and fabric working circuits. The main issue was flexibility, as it began to crack when dry.
CRT 498: Electrotextiles
Spring 2020

Embroidered Interfaces


For this project, we created three designs for embroidered interfaces using conductive thread.
CRT 498: Electrotextiles
Spring 2020

Homemade masks


For our projects, our professor decided to change the direction into projects that could be useful for the COVID-19 pandemic. My group was assigned with making instructions and the masks that people could make at home. My part was using sewing tools.
CRT 320: Advanced Robotics
Spring 2020

Solar Education


This is Solar Education. A program I wrote to help elementary students learn more about our universe. This program shows all the planets in our solar system including the moon, stars and the asteroid field between Jupiter and Mars. This program gives out
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Spring 2020

Rainbow Box


Rainbow Box, is box made out of acyrllic plastic, neopixels and an Arduino. Rainbow box brings multicolor fun to a bland dorm room. With a touch of one of the sensors you can change the color of the box. You will go from a bored plain light to a fun multi
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Spring 2020

The Perfect Prompt Pandemic Prepper’s Parcel Purification Apparatus


The goal of this project is to create a prototype for a system that will disinfect packages enter/exiting Post Offices by spraying them with an alcohol solution as they travel on a conveyor belt. I was responsible for creating the mister system.
CRT 320: Advanced Robotics
Spring 2020

Block Run


This game seeks to provide a simple yet challenging interactive experience. The game is based on a man running on a two block high screen. He is able to jump over the one block high wall, although if he cannot the game restarts.
CSC 235: Physical Computing
Spring 2020

Pedal-Board pt.2


This board seeks to provide guitar players with an organized and stylish place for their pedals. The board is made up of plywood and acrylic, thus keeping it light but strong. It also has a smoked acrylic top so that lights can be attached inside.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Spring 2020

Light-ning Cloud


The Light-ning Cloud is a cheap alternative to stylish lighting. The clouds are made of cotton, Chinese lanterns, and battery-powered light strips. They provide a fun lighting source in any room.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Spring 2020

Studio Monitors


For my final project, I decided to make stands for my studio monitors (Flat EQ Curve Speakers) so that I could use them with my triple computer monitor setup. I designed the stands in Fusion360, then I built the stands out of MDF and pine 2x4s.
CRT 498: Methods, Materials, and Structures
Spring 2020

Cevian Covid-19 Temperature Sensor


Using an ESP32 and a DS18B20 temperature sensor, our Covid-19 Temperature Sensor helps notify doctors and the patient's family when a patient is running a fever. For my part in this project I worked on programing the ESP32 and creating the arduino sketch.
CRT 320: Advanced Robotics
Spring 2020

legend of Whitmore


You play as the hero Whitmore, equipped with only his wits and his PCB weapon. Fight against Corona Cronies to save the day from the evil Coronavirus Boss
CSC 103: Creative Computing
Spring 2020

BRiX


This is a fun & easy brick-breaker game designed to help you pass the time.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Spring 2020

Sanitation conveyor belt


For this project me and my group were tasked with how to help with the sanitation of packages going through the mail with the outbreak of COVID-19. My role was to create the conveyor belt to our alcohol mister which is our overall design.
CRT 320: Advanced Robotics
spring 2020

Hand wash timer


This a handwash timer that uses an ultrasonic sensor and LED's to time up to 21 seconds for washing your hands. This goes along with the theme of COVID-19 and keeping yourself germ free.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
spring 2020

Show me the weather


For this project I attempted to retriever weather data online through processing. Unfortunately the files provided by yahoo weather were outdated
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
spring 2020

Pong


This is Pong controlled by rotary encoders. I got a lot of help with the code using Dan Shiffman's video on PONG :)(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IIrC5Qcb2G4&t=89s)
CSC 235: Physical Computing
Spring 2020