May 2018

Fischer-randomizer by Team Steve: Final Documentation Redux

Fischer-random Chess: automated randomizer Built by: Josh Lefevre, Nathan Serafin, & Alyssa┬áCasamento A brief overview In the Spring semester of 2018, our team of Carnegie Mellon students was…

Book Reminder by Dog-Loving Duo: Final Documentation

Introduction: We are students at Carnegie Mellon University taking a class in physical computing, a project-based course in which we learn the basic skills in programming and electronics…

Freezer Inventory by Team Wilma: final documentation

Introduction: Our goal with this project was to create an assistive device to help improve a part of someone’s day-to-day life. We teamed up with Wilma, a local…

Puzzle Box by Red Chameleon: Final Documentation

Team Members: Ryan, Willow, Chileshe INTRODUCTION The purpose of this project was to create an assistive device for Phil Sidel, an elderly individual in our community. Phil lives…

Fischer-randomizer by Team Steve: Final Documentation

Fischer-random Chess: automated randomizer Built by: Josh Lefevre, Nathan Serafin, & Alyssa┬áCasamento A brief overview In the Spring semester of 2018, our team of Carnegie Mellon students was…

A Natural Meal Adaptation by Team Renfrew: Final Documentation

The goal of our final project was to incorporate all of the electrical, mechanical, and design skills we have been developing throughout the semester to create an assistive…

FitBox by Enrique’s Gizmos: final documentation

This class, Introduction to Physical Computing, has covered both the technical and design of electronic devices in depth. ┬áThese teachings and practice culminated in this final project: creating…