Final Presentations

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About the class

This semester, students in Berkeley's Interactive Device Design class (CS294-84/ME290U) spent 14 weeks designing, prototyping, and fabricating novel, wirelessly connected smart products. The course covered 3D modeling and fabrication; electronics and circuit board design; sensing and actuation for interaction; embedded software development; wireless communication; and user interface programming.

Come join us to see what the student teams created!

Time & Location

2-3:30pm: Final Project Presentations in the Invention Lab (141 Sutardja Dai Hall)
3:30-5pm: Demonstrations, Snacks & Refreshments (3rd floor Atrium, Sutardja Dai Hall)

Directions to Sutardja Dai Hall

Guest Judges

Projects (in presentation order)

  1. flow - a smart shower water consumption monitor (Zach Wasson, Jackie Leverett, Tim Lee) (Slides)
  2. FuzzyLogic - a bear that teaches spelling (Kate Rushton, Dylan Bethen, Derek Kan, Fred Chasen) (Slides)
  3. büng - barrel gauge for micro distilleries (Matt, Justin, Claire, Carson)
  4. Chamcha - weight-measuring kitchen utensil (Kate H., Rahul M, Aadi S, Eric X Video
  5. EnerGen - energy-harvesting battery charger (Shankari, Kliulai, Sean) (Slides)
  6. Chirp - Low-cost, low-power emergency communication device (Lanssie Ma, Alvin Yuan, Rundong Tian)* VIDEO
  7. Oculus - wireless radiant thermostat (Jeremy Faludi, Juan Miguel de Joya)
  8. PECS - personal environmental control system (Michael Andersen, Joseph Bynoe)
  9. OpenEmo - mobile EEG (Orianna DeMasi and Jordan Kellerstrass)
  10. Lighting Quick Reflex - quantified medical exam (Achal Dave, André Crabb, Lee-Huang Chen, and Steve McKinley)

Students: Edit your product name, tag line and slide link on this page


Timelapse Video: Working in the Lab

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