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14 Aug 2014

candlefire

by embedded-lab.com:

Trevor Slaton and Dawn Xiang, students from Cornell University, designed this autonomous fire extinguisher that is capable of detecting fires through photo sensors and aiming a water nozzle along two axes to extinguish the fires. Their prototype can detect and extinguish candle fires from about 1 ft. away. Their system uses two servo motors to control the vertical and horizontal position of the water nozzle and a water pump to send out a burst of water from the nozzle. The ATmega1284p microcontroller is used to control the pump as well as the servos.

Autonomous fire extinguisher - [Link]

4 Dec 2012

MIcrocontroller design course. ECE 4760 deals with microcontrollers as components in electronic design and embedded control. There is a large final project. See also: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLEB09A7C8641987A8

Lectures: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLD7F7ED1F3505D8D5&feature=plcp

Projects: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLEB09A7C8641987A8&feature=plcp

Full course materials and project documentationare available at: http://people.ece.cornell.edu/land/courses/ece4760/

Lectures from Cornell, Spring 2012 ECE4760 “designing with microcontrollers” - [Link]

4 May 2012

Stephen Wu – Justin Churchill write:

Our project implements a touchpad input system which takes user input and converts it to a printed character. Currently, the device only recognizes the 26 letters of the alphabet, but our training system could be easily generalized to include any figure of completely arbitrary shape, including alphanumerics, punctuation, and other symbols. A stylus is used to draw the figure/character on the touchpad, and the result is shown on an LCD display. Pushbutton controls allow the user to format the text on the display.

We chose this project because touchscreens and touchpads are prevalent today in many new technologies, especially with the recent popularity of smartphones and tablet PCs. We wanted to explore the capabilities of such a system and were further intrigued by our research into different letter-recognition methods. Finally, we have had previous course experience in signal processing, computer vision, and artificial intelligence; we feel that this project was an excellent way to synthesize all of this knowledge.

Touchpad   Touchpad Recognition - [Link]

2 May 2012

Charles Moyes (cwm55) and Mengxiang Jiang (mj294) writes:

We built a robust Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) using single-channel electroencephalography (EEG) with an AVR microcontroller, and we were able to play Pong using our brain waves (and monitor/record our sleep). Charles Moyes (cwm55) and Mengxiang Jiang (mj294)

We built a robust Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) using single-channel electroencephalography (EEG) with an AVR microcontroller, and we were able to play Pong using our brain waves (and monitor/record our sleep).

Brain to Computer Interface - [Link]


25 Dec 2011

FPGA hardware/software projects were produced by students in the last month of ECE5760 at Cornell. Projects were built using the Altera/Terasic DE2 or DE2-115  FPGA educational boards. This year’s projects include:

  • Prime number generator and RSA encrypter/decrypter
  • Conway’s life tone synthesizer
  • Hand video-tracking virtual piano and drums
  • Finger video-tracking virtual string instrument
  • Hand video-tracking video game

Cornell University ECE 5760 Final Year Projects – [Link]

11 May 2011

The spring 2011 batch of Cornell University ECE 4760 Designing with Microcontrollers Final Projects are out. Be prepared to spend a few hours browsing through the details of these cool projects. [via]

Cornell University ECE 4760 Microcontroller Designing Final Projects – [Link]

14 Dec 2010

Student’s at Cornell University are designing great projects using microcontrollers for their class ECE 5760. All final projects are published on this page and it’s a great resource for ideas. This year’s fall projects are published on this page. Projects are innovative and really interesting to check it out! Each project has it’s own website with full hardware and software description. [via]

New projects from Cornell University – [Link]

22 May 2010

Student’s at Cornell University are designing great projects using microcontrollers for their class ECE 4760. All final projects are published on this page and it’s a great resource for ideas. This year’s spring projects are published on this page. Projects are inovative and really interesting to check it out! Each project has it’s own website with full hardware and software description. [via]

New projects from Cornell University - [Link]

7 May 2008

It’s been ten years when Cornell University Computer Engineering students were publishing their final embedded projects. I always enjoy browsing over that big list of complete projects. You can get some crazy ideas here but also some good lessons that could be helpful while building your own projects. [via]

Cornell ECE Final Microcontroller Projects – Spring 08 - [Link]



 
 
 

 

 

 

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