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  • 1. Envision Your Senior Design Projects Prepared by: Yuyan Xue CSE488 GTA of Spring 2009 Updated by Hong Jiang for Spring 2010 Envision Your Senior Design Projects
  • 2. Outline
    • Introduction to Senior Design Project
    • Available Resources
    • 488/489 Projects in Spring 2009
    • Attractive Design Competition
  • 3. Project Requirements
    • Design & implementation of a combined software/hardware project too complex for one person
    • Teamwork and collaboration in cooperative & competitive environments
    • Innovation, utilization of cutting-edge technologies
    • Mini-project (488) laying foundation for the final project (489)
  • 4. Suggestions
    • Background Research
    • Feasibility Research
    • Schedule and Budget
    • Team Organization
  • 5. Senior Design Lab
    • Schorr Center, 117
    • Open Hours: Monday-Friday 7:00am-6:00pm (NCard Access for other time)
    • Basic Facilities:
      • 4 workbenches; each with AC/DC power supply, multimeter, logical analyzer, soldering supplies, …
      • Two workstations
  • 6. Hardware Platform
    • HANDY BOARD
      • 52-pin Motorola MC68HC11 processor
      • 32K of battery-backed static RAM
      • Four outputs for DC motors
      • Provides connector system for analog sensor inputs
      • One LCD screen
      • One integrated, rechargeable battery pack
      • One extension board
  • 7. Hardware Platform
    • eBOX
    • eBox-II Embedded Computer is an embedded system using Vortex86 System-On Chip technology. It has 166MHZ SOC, 128MB RAM, 64MB Disc on Modules (IDE Device), built in Audio, LAN, Video, and also 3 USB ports.
  • 8. Hardware Platform
    • Altera UP2 Development Board
      • One EPF10K70RC240-4 device
      • One EPM7128SLC-7 device
      • One RS-232 serial port
      • Four push-button switches
      • Dual 7-segment LED display
      • 25.175MHz oscillator
  • 9.
    • Altera UP3 Development Board
    Hardware Platform
      • One EP1C6Q240 device
      • One USB 2.0 port
      • Two RS 232 ports
      • 1 Mbytes of SRAM
      • 2 Mbytes of FLASH
      • 2 Kbytes of I2C PROM (expandable)
      • Multiple clocks
      • User-definable push buttons & switches
      • Four user-definable LEDs
      • One 16x2 character display LCD Module
  • 10.
    • Altera DE1 Development Board (on order and available in Feb.)
    Hardware Platform
      • Cyclone II EP2C20F484C7 FPGA & EPCS4 serial configuration device
      • USB Blaster for FPGA RS-232 port
      • VGA DAC resister network (4096 colors), PS/2 mouse or keyboard port
      • Line-in, Line-out, mic-in (24-b codec)
      • 8-MB SDRAM, 512-KB SRAM, 4-MB FLASH, SD memory card slot
      • 10 toggle switches
      • 4 debounced pushbutton switches
      • 10 red LEDs, 8 green LEDs
      • Four user-definable 7-segment LEDs
      • 27-MHz and 50-MHz oscillators, extended SMA clock input
  • 11. Hardware Platform
    • Android Phone
      • Processor: Qualcomm® MSM7201A™, 528 MHz
      • OS: Android™
      • Memory:
        • ROM: 256 MB
        • RAM:192 MB
      • GPS: navigation capability with Google Maps™
      • Connectivity:
        • Bluetooth® 2.0
        • Wi-Fi®: IEEE 802.11b/g
      • Special Features:
        • Digital Compass
        • Motion Sensor
  • 12. Hardware Platform
    • EEE PC
      • Processor: Intel Atom N270 / 1.6 GHz
      • L2 cache: 512 KB
      • DDR2 SDRAM: 1 GB
      • Hard Drive:160 GB
      • Display: 8.9" TFT
      • Camera: 0.3 Megapixel
      • OS: Windows XP
      • Battery: up to 5 hours
  • 13. Other Resources
    • CMU CAM
      • Track the position and size of a colorful or bright object
      • Measure the RGB or YUV statistics of an image region
      • Automatically acquire and track the first object it sees
      • Physically track using a directly connected servo
      • Dump a complete image over the serial port
  • 14. Other Resources
    • Wintec Bluetooth GPS Receiver (USB connecter with digital compass)
    • Sharp GP2D12 2X Infrared Object Detector
    • RFID Reader and Tag
    • Crossbow Wireless Sensor (MICA2)
    • LEGO Toolkits
  • 15. An Example Design
    • Automated Warehouse Retrieval Robot
      • Developed based on Handy Board and E-Box
      • Automated Retrieval of Warehouse
      • RFID Aided Navigation
      • Wireless Communication with Server
      • - For Dynamic Scheduling
      • - For Traffic Control
  • 16. Hardware Layout for Robot Motors Photo sensors Handy Board Ebox RFID Reader RFID Tags Wireless Communication
  • 17. Projects from Spring’09
    • Sun SPOT Orchestra: Music Composition in WSNs
        • Create a system capable of generating unique, appealing, and interactive musical compositions using a network of simple embedded devices that respond to environmental conditions
  • 18. Projects in Spring 2009
    • Sun SPOT Orchestra: Music Composition in WSNs
  • 19. Projects in Spring 2009
    • Sun SPOT Orchestra: Music Composition in WSNs
  • 20. Projects from Spring’09
    • Virtual Reality Head Tracking by Wii Control
      • Innovative alternative to Wii technology
      • It allows user to become part of environment
      • Gives a feeling of virtual reality by knowing where the user is in space
        • Adjusts the environment accordingly
        • Reacts to player movement and interaction
  • 21. Projects from Spring’09
    • Virtual Reality Head Tracking by Wii Control
  • 22. Projects from Spring’09
    • Driving Intelligence System
      • Reduce wasteful driving by exposing some traffic light information to individual vehicles, through the use of in-vehicle computers (mobile phones).
      • Possible future use:
        • Integration w/ Public Transit Systems
        • Pervasive In-Vehicle Units
        • Traffic Routing & Load Balancing
        • No-Stop Traffic Meshing
  • 23. Projects from Spring’09
    • Driving Intelligence System
  • 24. Projects from Spring’09 Home Automation Controlled by Kinesics (HACK)
    • Home Automation Controlled by K
  • 25. Projects from Spring’09
    • Home Automation Controlled by Kinesics
  • 26. Attractive Design Competition
    • Imagine Cup 2010
      • Registration:
        • July 8, 2009 - ** (could be July 2010 for the 2011 World Final)
      • World Final:
        • July, 2010, Poland
      • Competition Categories
        • Software design
        • Game design 
        • Digital media
      • Prizes
        • Last Year
          • 150 Semi-Finalist Prizes
          • 20 Finalist Prizes (Free trips to compete in the finals)
          • Cash Prizes
        • to be announced…
  • 27. Our History
    • CSIDC( Computer Society International Design Competition )’ 04
    • Wireless Patient Management System ( Final Round )
    • Windows ChallengE’05
    • DRIIVE Network: Dynamic Road and Intra/Inter-Vehicle Exchange Network ( Final Round )