New lower price for Axon II ($78) and Axon Mote ($58).
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Making Things Interact and Gadgetry end-of-semester Demonstration DayWednesday May 5 1630 – 1830, MMC 203Join us for a fun afternoon of informal demonstrations of projects from tworelated classes, one in the Robotics Institute and the School of Design; theother in the School of Architecture.*"Gadgetry"* is a new course in RI and Design taught by Tom Lauwers andBrian Kirby. The aim of gadgetry is to enable students to become skilleddesigners of interactive gadgets. They learn to design, assemble, andprototype custom circuit boards, select appropriate components, programembedded controllers, and evaluate their gadgets through user testing.*“Making Things Interact”* is a course in the School of Architecture, taughtby Mark D Gross with Kuan Ju Wu and Cheng Xu. Students design and buildinteractive projects that combine physical form, mechanical behavior,electronic sensing and actuation, and computational control. The classattracts graduate and undergraduates students from across campus.You will see …• Devices to improve quality of life, like the sleep-meter or portable EKG.• Gadgets to improve existing products, such as the remote control attitudeheading for RC planes, the Handypan for hand-held Gigapanography, and a CNCmill controller.• Whimsical toys, like the bright-light finder or the magic wand.• iBuffy ( interactive kickboxing), Energy Shake (an MP3 player to encourageexercise), the HeartRace Jacket, and a host of other projects related tohealth, sustainability, fun, and sex.... and lots moreBring your friends and savor a festive atmosphere of demos and otherdelicacies.Light refreshments will be served.
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