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  • sussesj 10:28 pm on December 20, 2012 Permalink | Reply  

    Pcomp final – Visualizing Pulse 

    For my final using the pulse sensor I ended up very far from my initial idea, I spend a lot of time making the pulse sensor send variables wireless, and made it work. Then I discovered Iron filings, and decided to go for that, I’m not going to post the code that I used for that since it’s not different from the code that came with the pulse sensor only tweaked a bit.

    This project aimed to visualize the pulse using magnets, iron filings and a servo motor.
    I was inspired by the fragil iron filings being moved by a magnet. This was a way for me to work with the information from the pulse sensor, and fascination of working with iron filings.

    Please take a look at the video here:


    Screen shot 2012-12-19 at 12.36.06


    You can find a link to my code for transmitter reciever here, since it worked fine, and that was the hardest part of the project, even though I didn’t use it.

    git for RX

    git for TX

  • sussesj 10:36 pm on November 29, 2012 Permalink | Reply  

    Code and Ideas 

    Here a link to my case statments

    A video for it here:



    And here is a little of the Ideas I though of:



  • sussesj 3:52 pm on November 9, 2012 Permalink | Reply  

    Simon Says In action 

    Here the video af my simons says game in action:

    Also find more information about my process here:

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  • sussesj 2:54 pm on October 26, 2012 Permalink | Reply  

    My Simon 

    Here is a link to my simon, with the photo sensors in stead of tilt sensors – they were to acurate enough, when I wan turning the box.


  • sussesj 2:50 pm on October 12, 2012 Permalink | Reply  

    Simon says 

    So my initial though on the simon says game, was a hand hold machine, controled by your fingers.
    For that I went searching for thing to hold thing, and found this silicone handle(apparently it’s for warm things.
    So I though that would be great since the silicone would allow the flexibility, and the light from the LED’s can shine through the white silicone.

    My second Idea was a box, controlled by light sensors, so in order to do what Simon said, you would have to turn the box – having it turnr down, would switch of the LED.

    This way would allow interaction and turning trowing the simons says around. I was thinking to put paper for each side.

  • sussesj 9:29 pm on October 6, 2012 Permalink | Reply  

    My knight Rider with sound https vimeo com… 

    My knight Rider with sound:)



  • sussesj 12:49 am on October 5, 2012 Permalink | Reply  


    Maker fair was cool

    My favorite project there was the Brain Bats by Hack Manhattan.
    They did this Play Pong using a EEG headset, Arduino and python code!
    The reason I liked this was that it was a very simple build up, they had the EEG placed on your for head and ear flip and you could see the concentration level on the laptop while playing. It was a little inaccurate but I beat the computer big time!

    The 3-d printers was very interesting especially to see the development of them , really cool:
    The Ultimakers was neat, and somehow affordable, fascinating to see, I want one!

  • sussesj 6:30 pm on September 28, 2012 Permalink | Reply  

    I have a background in Design Engineering and… 

    I have a background in Design Engineering and have mostly worked with industrial design and concept development.
    During my studies and projects I’v worked on, I have touched physical computering and electronic components a little.

    I often found a challenge in completing my ideas, especially technical complex products or Ideas, in terms of whats reasonable and realistic. Thereto I have worked a lot with proto typing, and have been eager to get my hands on som more coding tools like arduino!

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