How to define an ASIC in minutes!
I created this PCB badge after having a brain surgery to remember it and celebrate that everything went fine!
My PCB Christmas ornament gift for family and friends.
A rubber band shooter that sits on top of a pan-tilt stage with computer vision abilities.
We developed a glove with an inertial measurement unit (IMU) sensor attached to control a wheeled robot using MSP 430 and myRIO board.
Light sculpture that almost flies.
So, every time a make a project, it ends up looking like a plutonium based device. And this is one of them.
Motion, sound, and light interactive LED sculpture presenting the illusion of a bucket half full of glowing flowing liquid.
Log data to an online server (ThingSpeak.com) with a TIVA-C (TMC4123GXL) microcontroller, an ESP8266, and a TSL2591.
A robot that learns to move towards the nearest obstacle and maintain a minimum distance using deep reinforcement learning on an ESP32.
This project automatically unrolls toilet paper to allow the user a much more relaxing and care free time on the throne.
Using a Texas Instruments MSP430G2553 and a few RC servos, this project dispenses water automatically once per day to water plants.
Activate a 360° lithophane with a secret key, and pick from a few light modes.
Simon Says - an icon of the '70s - realised as a small electronic game with a Cortex-M0 microcontroller.
An engineering school project.
An I2C device that uses common anode 7-segment displays.
System accepts a bundle of currency notes, recognizes denominations, sorts it into bins & displays the total amount using MATLAB and PIC16F.
A non-invasive device to find your friends by indicating how close you are to them. Best Project Award Digi-Key Award Altium award.
Your mood = Ambiance of the room.
Team 2: Junior Design Project Fall 2017 is presented here.
A monitoring system that records temperature and motion of a baby while sleeping. Notifications sent to phone and secondary photon.
It creates a mood!
Count visitors in a place and publish on Losant dashboard.
See the water level at a glance with an LED strip that displays the tide's actual height 1 to 1 on your wall.