1. Battling Forces

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    A project I did expressing two forces against one another. I built the entire thing using acrylic sheets (cut with a laser cutter), ping pong balls, LEDs, and wires. I programmed the lights using an Arduino.

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    • Blinds

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      A project I collaborated with Allen Yee. We designed blinds that open and close on their own according to the time of day. Once they close completely LEDs light up in the form of the 12 zodiac constellations. We programmed an Arduino to use a stepper motor.

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      • Robotic Panorama Maker

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        • projBox Video Mixer

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          from Joseph Gray / Added

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          A video showing a projBox controlling the video of itself

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          • MAX7219 8-digit display demo

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            from John Boxall / Added

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            Using the Maxim MAX7219 to control an 8-digit 7-segment LED display with Arduino. For more information please visit: http://wp.me/pQmjR-BK

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            • Arduino Project 2: "The Audible Eye"

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              A quick demonstration of "The Audible Eye," a device that takes distance readings from an ultrasonic rangefinder and relays that reading in the form of a controlled-pitch tone. The close the device is to a wall or object, the higher the pitch.

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              • Test vending Coca-Cola Life, Adobe AIR 1080p wide mouth detection demo with workers.

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                from Luis Guajardo Diaz - aka theguaz / Added

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                This is the first vertical screen test with the face/mouth detection module of our hacked vending machine. On this video i show how i implemented a way to detect a face using oskarwicha's face detection libraries with a webcam live video, the analysis of the bitmapData obtained from the videoFrame event of the camera is being done by a worker, that workflow allowed me to relief the GUI and have an scaled HD bitmap on the background and a downscaled shared bitmapData to be analized by another thread of the processor; the results?, a 1080p non dropping 60FPS main interface even with animations, an Arduino connected to it, and video being displayed realtime. When the mouth of the user is held during 3 seconds on the bottle, a snapshot of the user with the bottle is being taken, a free coke is dispensed from the vending via Arduino, and a photo is printed with an URL to share it/review it later. The whole code for videoDisplay and detection is far from perfect now, but as a proof of concept and functionality does a very good job without having to rely on 3rd party languages beside of AS3 like OpenFrameworks or processing.

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                • Lebensraum test 004

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                  Using two camera inputs to detect an object in three dimensions, convert the location into a set of instructions for three servo's attached to an Arduino to mimic/follow the location of the object.

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                  • BALL-E in Purdue Mechatronics Robot Competition

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                    from Scuey / Added

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                    This video shows the three competition trials for our four-person team's robot named "BALL-E." The rules were that the robot must autonomously collect and deposit all three tennis balls in under one minute. Faster times would get a better score. The team's score was decided by the best out of three trials. BALL-E uses five IR sensors for ball detection and one for detecting the wall. Line following is achieved using an array of four light sensors at the rear of the robot. It uses the Arduino Duemilanovae for processing.

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                    • Lone whale hunts feeding grounds

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                      from nikkipugh / Added

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                      Playtesting The Bloop at Warwick Arts Centre

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