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  • yongjaelee2011 11:08 pm on December 21, 2011 Permalink | Reply  


    Hallowbot is created with three different sensors. There is a motion sensor that detects people in the room, and waking the robot with blue light in the eyes. Also, there is a photocell on the nose that detects close movement of users. The photocell triggers an animation in the mouse of the robot. The tilt sensor on the head of robot gives red light when users move an antenna of Hallowbot.

  • yongjaelee2011 10:52 pm on December 21, 2011 Permalink | Reply  


    stressFree is a watch that can track our stress level and give warnings to a high and higher stress level.

    As creating a prototype, I used Arduino and Processing to connect to each other.

    1st iteration:

    I created a Galvanic skin response sensor to detect different emotional level. Then, I used a green light for a normal stress level, and a

    red light for high stress level.

    2nd iteration:

    I used a LOL shield attached Galvanic skin response sensor. When stressFree detect a high stress level, it shows a smiling animation on the LoL shield. Once stressFree detects a higher stress level, stressFree triggers to play video on the computer as a higher stress level. Also, stressFreee collects datas of users’ stress level and show the stress graph visually.

  • strawberrymillefuille 5:59 pm on December 21, 2011 Permalink | Reply  

    LOL shield: McDuino 


    Vimeo link: http://vimeo.com/34013809

    Concept: I wanted to make a simple fast food menu inspired lol shield that could be controlled using a potentiometer. It was supposed to be a bit like those old drive-by displays where you pick your food from a pictorial menu, and then pick them up in a seperate counter.

    code: http://www.mediafire.com/?ksq1jrn740x7mot


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