1. shineDuino V1


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    shineDuino V1 on Rock concert!! using Arduino mini and LED. http://imlab.cn/whale/?p=512

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    • Schland @ ZKM Karlsruhe


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      • Birdie Arduino Mini + IR Sensor + Speaker


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        Implementation prototype for my final project in Yury Gitman's Wireless Toys class at Parsons

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        • Test with Bluefruit, Arduino Mini and a force sensitive resistor


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          This experiment is part of an installation, a work by 2 students from Academie Minerva.The Mediawerkplaats Academie Minerva assisted by developing the technical part of the installation. Straightforward, the finished project will be a wearable object that interacts with a computer by bluetooth. The information from a 2nd wearable interactive object can be compared with the information from the 1st one by using bluetooth and a computer. A force sensitive resistor is connected to the Arduino Mini and the Arduino Mini is connected with aBluefruit. It is powered with a 9 volt battery. The Arduino Mini is a small microcontroller board. Bluefruit is a Bluetooth Serial Link device & wireless Arduino programmer.

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          • Experience Prototyping - Wk 4


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            This was the final week in the Experience Prototyping Course. We were asked to create a technology piece encompassing the wireless theme for an event. I sketched my ideas and quickly began prototyping while sketching along the way in Hardware and solving issues as they arose. My concept was 5 Audio Tie's that each displayed a different part of the equalizer spectrum. The idea was to have the DJ music visually follow you around the venue. Conducted on behalf of Umeå University, Masters of Interaction Design Year 2.

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