Engineering Design Fall 2015 Independent Arduino Projects
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(Above) Lukas and Zach's copter game was coded entirely from scratch! They had to get pretty creative to solve some issues. But it all worked out in the end!
(Above) Ben made an incredibly accurate racing car for his Science Olympiad competition. It uses an accelerometer and a whole lot of math to control the motor speed, allowing it to stop and go very quickly and accurately.
(Above) Corey and Ink's beautiful mood lamp changes color and brightness thanks to multiple buttons and settings.
(Above) Hank and Edmund demonstrate their touchless mouse. Sensors can "see" your hand moving over it, and move the cursor accordingly.
(Above) Teague and Chris couldn't demonstrate their boat in the classroom, so they took this video in their back yard pool. One of the motors failed rather quickly, but the craft still traveled and kept its components dry.