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RicardoRendonCepeda_HW5

Page history last edited by Ricardo Rendon Cepeda 7 years, 1 month ago

MoodLens

 

Concept:

A real-time iPhone camera filter that changes hue based on the input temperature of the user's hand (like a mood ring).

 

Parts:

- HiJack (Seeed Studio)

- TEMP (Freetronics)

- iPhone 4 or 4S

 

Casing:
- Perfboard

- 3D Printed iPhone Case

- Ring/Holder
- LEDs (decoration)

 

Proof of Concept:

 

Sketches:

 

Challenges:

- Data transmission to iPhone and power harvest to TEMP sensor (hardware)

- Real-time performance and noise reduction (software)

- Making the device small and comfortable enough to fit on the back of the iPhone (interaction design)

 

Timeline:

Deadlines...
- 08/04: Code camera filter app (I have previous and extensive experience in this area) (@ Home)
- 08/07: Wire up electronics and achieve data transmission to iPhone (Simple two-component circuit) (@ Packard 130)

- 08/13: Create casing for hardware (3D-print iPhone case/holder) (@ Room 36)

- 08/14: DEMO
- 08/16: PRESENTATION

- 08/18: DOCUMENTATION

 

Plan B:

- Use an external power source

- Measure ambient temperature

- Simplify the hardware casing (e.g. no ring)

Comments (1)

David S said

at 4:51 pm on Aug 19, 2013

✓ This looks like a solid plan, although (by the nature of the summer session) a bit tight on schedule. I like your sketches, especially the profile, as it shows the "mood ring." Also, your Plan B looks like it's based on reasonable intermediate steps on the way to your final design. Keep going...

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