Ins and Outs Of Physical Computing

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Ins and Outs Of Physical Computing
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Entertainment Technology
Course Code
ENT 2180
Semester / Year
Course Description

An introduction to interactive technology with a focus on how we use technology to express ourselves and interact with our environment. This class will combine a hands-on exploration of sensors and microcontrollers with concepts of interaction design employing a structured design process. Students will work on creative group projects and provide on-line documentation of their work. An array of sensing technologies from simple switches to video tracking will be introduced. Students will use the simple programming of microcontrollers to process incoming data from sensors.

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Juan Correa Final Project LED Arcade Controller Nov-Dec 2014

Below is a PDF I uploaded of all my labs for the final project I hope they can be viewed. I […] See MoreJuan Correa Final Project LED Arcade Controller Nov-Dec 2014

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My name is Juan Correa I graduated from Queensborough CC with an A.A.S in Music Technology. My background is in Audio which lead me to tour with the U.S Army Soldier Show in 2013. Building, Teching a show and taking it on tour opened my […] See MoreTest Post/Intorduction

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