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Introduction to Prototyping Technologies

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This presentation is particularly focused on introducing prototyping technologies, based on the ideas created in Interactive Communication Project - 2010.

This presentation is particularly focused on introducing prototyping technologies, based on the ideas created in Interactive Communication Project - 2010.

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  • 1. Prototyping Prototyping lets you fail early and succeed later
  • 2. Introducing technologies, prototyping tools & their capabilities
  • 3. Arduino
  • 4. Arduino details Source: Sparkfun
  • 5. Programming environment The first program to write is blinking LED. That helps identify whether arduino works well. Source: arduino.cc
  • 6. LDR, Infrared, Gas, Alcohol, button, potentiometer, joystick, accelerometer, ultrasonic, peizo, motor, LEDs and many more can be connected to arduino Source: arduino.cc
  • 7. Processing Source: processing.org
  • 8. Flash
  • 9. Quartz composer
  • 10. Max MSP
  • 11. Pure data
  • 12. VVVV
  • 13. Fritzing
  • 14. Fiducials + reacTIVision Fiducials can be connected to processing, VVVV & Max MSP
  • 15. Radio frequency identification
  • 16. Nintendo wii
  • 17. Tinkering with sensor based toys, existing circuits and junks will also help
  • 18. References: www.arduino.cc www.processing.org www.vvvv.org www. maxingmsp.wordpress.com www.quartzcomposer.com www.adobe.com/support/flash/downloads.html www.freeduino.org www.fritzing.org www. reactivision.sourceforge.net johnnylee.net/projects/wii Passive RFID basics: https://www.das-labor.org/trac/.../rfid.../RFID-Coil-Design.pdf www. puredata.info www.tinker.it www.buglabs.net Arduino references: http://www.delicious.com/keyur.id2007/arduino Multitouch references: http://www.delicious.com/keyur.id2007/multitouch
  • 19. Prof. Keyur Sorathia, Dept. of Design, Indian Institute of Technology - Guwahati

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