Commit 2301b86d authored by Phoenix Perry's avatar Phoenix Perry
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* There is no video of the whole system working in a visible way
* It would of been really nice has there been a real game here. Some reason that this interface works in connection to an actual set of rules or a scenario would make it a more compelling interaction.
* It would have been really nice has there been a real game here. Some reason that this interface works in connection to an actual set of rules or a scenario would make it a more compelling interaction.
* I wish you would of booked my office hours of the shocker device - I could of been of use here and helped you to solve this.
* I wish you would have booked my office hours of the shocker device - I could of been of use here and helped you to solve this.
# pendulum device
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* Your documentation video is poor. I had to back trace the URL you sent to find your site as you mailed me the link to a single .png file. Then I had to read your posts to find it.
* You did the bare minimum to pass in terms of I/O
# Auduino
# Arduino Flute
Team Members: ​Saskia Burczak & Mohsin Yusuf Project Name: ​
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* No schematic
* No blog
# Light Saber
Niranjan Kumar
Armaan Choudhury
Mohamed Abdin
Eddie Okutu
Abraham Fowler
Things I liked:
* Great exploration of tech no in the course
* Great possible future expansion
* You never really clearly show it working in the video
* your strip most likely never worked because you didn't set it up within the requirements of the strip. Did you put a capacitor between power & ground to shield it before applying power?
Things to consider:
* ALWAYS TEST BEFORE SOLDERING
* Make a video documentation that really does clearly show what you made w/out so many edits. It's hard to tell where you got to past what I saw.
* This has a long way to go for so many people.
* This could of been done by one person but not a team. My guess is project management was not ideal and you could of split the work more effectively
* Why did you not come and find me and let me know you were waiting on parts? We could of found a work around.
* There is no circuit diagram
# Light Saber
Niranjan Kumar
Armaan Choudhury
Mohamed Abdin
Eddie Okutu
Abraham Fowler
Things I liked:
* Great exploration of tech no in the course
* Great possible future expansion
* You never really clearly show it working in the video
* Your LED strip most likely never worked because you didn't set it up within the requirements of the strip. Did you put a capacitor between power & ground to shield it before applying power?
Things to consider:
* ALWAYS TEST BEFORE SOLDERING
* Make a video documentation that really does clearly show what you made w/out so many edits. It's hard to tell where you got to past what I saw.
* This has a long way to go for so many people.
* This could have been done by one person but not a team. My guess is project management was not ideal and you could of split the work more effectively.
* Why did you not come and find me and let me know you were waiting on parts? We could have found a work around.
* There is no circuit diagram
# Vibrating Diamonds
Qian Joo Lim
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Things to consider:
* software could now be really made more robust to be more Tamagotchi like
* the states are pretty simple
* the input being buttons only is pretty flat as an interaction. Perhaps consider how something like temp sensors could be used? How could it respond if it was cold? How about a pressure sensor to feed it hugs? So many possible ideas could of been explored.
* the input being buttons only is pretty flat as an interaction. Perhaps consider how something like temp sensors could be used? How could it respond if it was cold? How about a pressure sensor to feed it hugs? So many possible ideas could have been explored.
# Zoolander Challenge
Robyn James & Muiredach O’Riain
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* could be slimmer - the design is bulky
* I'd of liked to see a schematic here
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# Andrea Fiorucci
Things I liked:
* The prototyping approach to your work is impressive
* The documentation is excellent
* The game visual design is compelling and shows outside research
* Great use of user testing to develop your project
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* The physical design could use additional refinement
* I am looking forward to seeing the final game
* Additional levels will be a welcome addition
Aaron Wiltshire
This is a fun game! I like it!
Great first start.
Good use of sound
Nice physics
The colors and design could use refinement. The walls look out of balance. The black with their shadows is odd against the flat background and look. Hopefully, this semester will help with this.
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Ben Greene
no exe
Diarmaid Brennan
Good use of color
The tuning is too hard for the first level. I gave up after about 5 minutes. I don't know how much I added after you first saw it.
Great first start!
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Enrico Wright
No exe
Gregory Bent
Would not open
Muhammad Qasim
no exe
Reese Morris
Taha Zocholi
- The art is a good start
- There could be more game play
- great exploration of 3D
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Terence O'Toole
Vay Dam
no zip
Francesco Iacono
Great little game
The graphics need refining
I like the playful style
Great start
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Vitaly Tyhnevvy
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In this folder you will find a base circuit for the MPR121 breakout board. To get the library and watch the video on how it works go here: <http://bildr.org/2011/05/mpr121_arduino/>
Working in groups of 5, try out the MPR121 capacitive touch board. Create a circuit digram and video of any creative idea you have that make some output respond to physical touch. People can leverage cooper tape, conductive paint, tinfoil or any other metal surface like a row of stairs with a metal strip on them. Be creative and have fun!
Working in groups, try out the MPR121 capacitive touch board. Create a circuit digram and video of any creative idea you have that make some output respond to physical touch. People can leverage cooper tape, conductive paint, tinfoil or any other metal surface like a row of stairs with a metal strip on them. Be creative and have fun!
Each person in the group should upload a link to a video on the assignment. (Yes, that means upload it 5 times, once for each person.) Use the open assignment on learn.gold for this purpose. Please list what your contribution was to the project and who was in your project team on the learn.gold submission. The videos can all be the same or all different. Just do what is easier for you.
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3D printing basics will be covered.
http://gitlab.doc.gold.ac.uk/hackerspace
http://gitlab.doc.gold.ac.uk/hackerspace/gds_machines/wikis/home
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