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Coming Soon
 
Coming Soon
  
== Similar Examples ==
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== Cocktail Design ==
  
*[[Soundcaster]]
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* 1 (name TBA)
Uses accelerometer to measure tilt angle.
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*[https://ccrma.stanford.edu/wiki/Students/michaelberger/250B/ The Grip Maestro]
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* 2 (name TBA)
The Grip Maestro is similar - uses an existing object + sensors
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*[http://resenv.media.mit.edu/sweptRF.html Musical Trinkets]
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* 3 (name TBA)
Uses a lot of small objects for interaction
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* 4 (name TBA)
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* 5 (name TBA)
  
 
== 3 Lists ==
 
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* (12/3): final presentation
 
* (12/3): final presentation
 
* (12/4): documentation
 
* (12/4): documentation
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== Similar Examples ==
 +
 +
*[[Soundcaster]]
 +
Uses accelerometer to measure tilt angle.
 +
 +
*[https://ccrma.stanford.edu/wiki/Students/michaelberger/250B/ The Grip Maestro]
 +
The Grip Maestro is similar - uses an existing object + sensors
 +
 +
*[http://resenv.media.mit.edu/sweptRF.html Musical Trinkets]
 +
Uses a lot of small objects for interaction

Revision as of 11:18, 10 November 2014

Drawings

Coming Soon

Cocktail Design

  • 1 (name TBA)
  • 2 (name TBA)
  • 3 (name TBA)
  • 4 (name TBA)
  • 5 (name TBA)

3 Lists

Things you need to have done for a minimal viable product

  • Each cocktail: the drink + background track + motion/sounds

Things that you want to have done by the final deadline

  • Fine tune program so that sounds produced are coherent and nice
  • Target 5 cocktails

Things that would be nice to have if you had unlimited time.

  • Design more cocktails

List of Materials

  • Sensors
    • Accelerometer
    • Flex Sensor
    • Hall effect sensor
    • Tilt ball switch
  • Alcohol and other ingredients, cups
  • Electronic parts connecting sensor/clips to computer
  • Bartending Kit
  • Arduino + Laptop
  • Background track (part of sound design)

Scheule

  • (11/10): order LED ice cubes/cups, test connection for all sensors
  • (11/12): map sensor to tool
  • (11/13): design the drinks (recipe + background + desired motion/sound)
  • (11/16~11/26): sound design, practice
  • (11/30): prepare ingredients, rehearse
  • (12/1): dress rehearsal
  • (12/3): final presentation
  • (12/4): documentation

Similar Examples

Uses accelerometer to measure tilt angle.

The Grip Maestro is similar - uses an existing object + sensors

Uses a lot of small objects for interaction