1. The Heart of Hartnell

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    6 minute documentary featuring a revolutionairy three year Bachelor's Degree in Computer Engineering offered by Hartnell College in Salinas, CA..

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    • One Beach Experience

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      A short little teaser for this year's BS Computer Engineering Acquaintance Party. One Beach Experience 8.30.14 #OBE

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      • GPS logger with LCD

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        Matthew Hall's GPS logger / speedometer senior project. The GPS logger now utilizes an LCD to display boot up information, current time and GPS lock status.

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        • VU Scrolling Meter

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          • "Underwater Acoustic Communications: Channel Physics and Implications"

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            "Underwater Acoustic Communications: Channel Physics and Implications" with Dr. T.C. Yang Dr. T. C. Yang has been with the Naval Research Laboratory, Washington DC, since 1979. He acted as the branch head of the signal processing branch for the last five years and is now a senior scientist and consultant in the acoustic division. Besides conducting underwater acoustic and acoustic oceanographic related research, he has also worked on sonar signal processing including the matched mode processing for a vertical line array and matched-beam processing for a horizontal line array. For the last ten years, his research is concentrated on environmental impact on underwater acoustic communications. He is a fellow of the Acoustical Society of America.

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            • Research Project Demo Video of "Accelerometer Based Calculator For Visually-Impaired People Using Mobile Devices"

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              This is made for Master Thesis of Dogukan Ibrahimoglu about "Accelerometer Based Calculator For Visually-Impaired People Using Mobile Devices". The first experimental result, which is obtained from collected data set, gives 96.7% accuracy rate among 20 gestures with 1062 gesture data totally. The second experimental result, which is obtained from 4 visually-impaired people with implemented calculator as end-user test, gives 95.5% accuracy rate among 15 gestures with 720 gesture data totally. Check all the detail from : soslab.cmpe.boun.edu.tr/​doku.php/​wiki/​theses/​abc

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              • Zekariah McNeal - The Christian Engineer

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                Zekariah McNeal is double-majoring in Bible and electrical engineering. He wants to make a difference in his career as a Christian engineer.

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                • Milisecond Precsion Timer with Increment Feature

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                  This is a demonstatrion of an FPGA controlled millisecond precision timer. This is the first project for my EE324 class at Washington State University. The board shown is a Digilent Nexys 2 Spartan-3E FPGA.

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                  • Interview with Steve Furber CBE - lead designer of the BBC Micro and original ARM microprocessor

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                    Steve Furber (CBE FRS FREng FBCS FIET CITP CEng) is the ICL Professor of Computer Engineering, School of Computer Science, University of Manchester. Steve talks about developing the historic BBC Micro’ the ARM processor’ his current research and future directions for computer science. The interview was conducted in Cambridge on 30 November 2010. From 1980 to 1990 Steve worked in the hardware development group within the R&D department at Acorn Computers Ltd, and was a principal designer of the BBC Microcomputer and the ARM 32-bit RISC microprocessor. Moving to the University of Manchester in 1990, he now leads the Advanced Processor Technologies group with interests in multicore and low-power computing, on-chip interconnect and neural systems engineering. If you own a modern ‘smart’ mobile phone, like the iPhone, you could say that have a piece of Steve Furber’s brain in your pocket! Steve is a Fellow of the Royal Society, the Royal Academy of Engineering, the British Computer Society, the Institution of Engineering and Technology and the IEEE, a member of Academia Europaea and a Chartered Engineer. In 2003 he was awarded a Royal Academy of Engineering Silver Medal; he held a Royal Society Wolfson Research Merit Award from 2004 to 2009; in 2007 he was awarded the IET Faraday Medal. He was awarded a CBE in the 2008 New Year Honours list and is a 2010 Millennium Technology Prize Laureate. manchester.ac.uk/research/Steve.furber/

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                    • CPEG667 Ron Reisor Xilinx PinAhead to Cadence PCB Librarian Tutorial

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                      This is a tutorial of the workflow from the Xilinx PinAhead Software to the Cadence PCB Librarian software. The date was March 24, 2009 at the University of Delaware.

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