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17 Dec 2014

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Students in Cornell’s ECE4760 produced a variety of microcontroller projects in the last five weeks of the semester. Many use Adafruit products. Projects include real time video spectrograph, circuit plotter, touchpad robot, and a Skittle sorter made of cardboard.

Cornell University Students Design with Microcontrollers - [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]

6 Oct 2012

MIcrocontroller design course. ECE 4760 deals with microcontrollers as components in electronic design and embedded control.

ECE4760 microcontroller lectures 2012 on Youtube - [Link]

2 Sep 2011

Annie (Wei) Dai writes:

My name is Annie Dai and I am an ECE student senior from Cornell University. My partner and I created a simple, cheap and smart vowel decoder system for our ECE4760 (microcontroller) final project that is capable of recognizing vowels in human speech.

Current voice decoding systems and voice recognition systems on the market are very expensive. What we have created is an alternative for those who only want real time vowel detection or even a cheap word recognition system using a limited word base.

Specifically, the audio input is sampled through a microphone/amplifier circuit and analyzed in real time using the Mega644 MCU. The user can record and analyze his/her speech using both hardware buttons and custom commands through PuTTY. In addition, the final product also supports a simple voice password system where the user can set a sequence of vowels as password to protect a message via PuTTY. The message can be decoded by repeating the same sequence via the microphone.

A Smart Voice Decoder System for Vowels - [Link]




 
 
 

 

 

 

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