Capstone Senior Project Presentation Day
Thursday, June 6th, 2013
10:00-1:00 in the Engineering Science Building (ESB) Courtyard
- 10:00 - HearTouch: Android Hearing Aid for Tactile Communication
Team: Mingduo Dun, Matthew Morea, Ron Ocampo
- 10:25 - Rejuvalight: Pay-As-You-Go Protocol for Lighting System.
Team: Carl Bycraft, David Scully, Brendan Welch
- 10:55 - Arradian: Ground Penetrating Radar Using Circular Data Acquisition
Team: Juan Perez, Vincent Radzicki, Kevin Tsung
- 11:20 - Bliss: ICU Noise Reducing Bluetooth Alarm System
Team: Brian Lovera, Victoria Melero, Jorge Padilla, Sandra Skenzic
10:30-4:20 in Engineering Science Building (ESB), Rooms 1001 & 2001
MORNING SESSION (ESB 1001) - 10:30 to Noon
- 10:30 - Hex Pistols: build an integrated system of multiple Kinects and Television screens to create a realistic three dimensional panoramic view of an chosen environment.
Team: Jerry Peng, Sea Pong, Alex Scarlett, Anthony Narsi, Kevin Sheridan
- 11:00 - Prograham Cracker: Creating a tool to for monitoring power usage and allowing for efficient data analysis.
Team: Jay Mutarevic, Nick Krause, Kristen Morse, Branton Horsley
- 11:30 - Team BRX: a web-based system will transform data from real-time feeds, websites, and social networks into geospatial locations, places of interest, and other metadata.
Team: Matthew Greenfield, Anthony Coccia, Aaron Dodson, Peter Huang, Kenny Bier
AFTERNOON SESSION - Part 1 (ESB 2001) - 1:00 to 3:00
- 1:00 - The Constructors: an online ticket selling and purchasing system that will be easy and convenient to use by both sellers and purchasers.
Team: Alex Hamstra, Jared Roesch, Kyle Jorgensen, Ben McCurdy, Brittany Beri
- 1:30 - Undefined_reference_to_teamName: mobile application for consumption and generation of user made content that is mainly focused around videos.
Team: Zach Sperske, Leif Dreizler, Andrew Cooney, Andrew Thomas, Scott Bishop
- 2:00 - Foo-Tang Clan: a tenant-facing mobile application that lets users pay their rent, report maintenance issues, communicate with neighbors.
Team: Abraham Dela Cruz, Raj Luhar, Chris Horuk, Joey Phommasone, Zack Warburg
- 2:30 - NIBBLE: a tool to explore and create documentation for web services and API's in order to display them in a deliverable format.
Team: Andy Duong, Tong Wu, Mark Oparowski, Jimmy Lee
AFTERNOON SESSION - Part 2 (ESB 1001) - 3:20 to 4:20
- 3:20 - Team Epsilon: explore apps for computer vision and augmented reality on Android-powered mobile devices that combines augmented reality with social media.
Team: Max Hinson, Jhon Faghih-Nassiri, Luke Buckland, Andy Chou, JiCheng Huang
- 3:50 - Null Terminators: collection of performance stats from hosts, creating visualization of time-series, and automating decisions based on time-series analysis.
Team: Karanbir Toor, Vladimir Adam, Ryan McGinley, Cesar Polanco, Nick Cross
10:30-3:00 in Engineering Science Building (ESB), Rooms 1001 & 2001
MORNING SESSION (ESB 2001) - 10:30 Opening Remarks
- 10:40 - Track Mate: a GPS/MP3 player intended for athletes on the go. It streams music and display the distance traveled and average speed, and other info to assist training.
Team: Nathan Beste, Arzhang Badiozamani, Justin Flair, Evan Graves
- 11:05 - Smart Cart: an interactive display attached to shopping carts. it will let you find items, apply coupons, and log a checkout list to decrease inconveniences of shopping.
Team: Pallavi Jain, Vivian Vasquez, Peter Nguyen, Deniz Kaplan
- 11:30 - Smart Guitar: a device that picks up analog signals from a guitar and displays the data as music notes designed to allow musicians to efficiently read/write music.
Team: Alex Paige, Zhiyuan Tang, Jeff Hanna, Larry Zhao
AFTERNOON SESSION (ESB 1001) - 1:00 Opening Remarks
- 1:10 - AFRObot: an autonomous robot that follows and traces existing lines w/ high precision. Its applications incl. repainting existing sports fields and fading street lines.
Team: James Tse, Wei Dai, Travis Frecker, Peter Verlangieri
- 1:35 - Swell Alert: a WiFi-connected alarm clock that uses data from publicly available sources to monitor surf and meteorological current events.
Team: Eric Goodman, Ryan Summers, Adam Sundberg, Outhone Bounkhoun
- 2:00 - M.A.D.Dog: an autonomous security robot that maps an office before beginning a patrol. Upon detecting an intruder, it sends a notification to the security desk via WiFi.
Team: Nicholas Maddy, Timothy Dayley, Kevin Liou
- 2:25 - Mu.S.E.: an all in one automatic music player that plays tracks based on the surrounding environment including factors such as ambient light, weather, time of day.
Team: Tim Chin, Omar Gonzalez, Ward Huang
Congratulations to 188 and 189 Best Projects at Capstone!
- Swell Alert (ECE 189): WiFi clock w/ surf & meterological alerts
- Hex Pistols (CS 189): Kinects & TVs with 3D panoramic views
- Rejuvalight (ECE 188): Pay-As-You-Go protocol lighting system
2012-13 Senior Capstone Event Album
- Morning Session: ECE/ CS 189 & ECE 188
- Lunch Session: Project Posters and Pizza
- Afternoon Session: ECE 189A/B & CS189 A/B
Poster Session and Pizza Lunch (ESB Courtyard)
Free Pizza — Open to All! 12-1:00p
CE extends a special thanks to Citrix Online for their generous support of the Capstone Pizza Lunch
Directions and Maps
Computer Science 189 Projects
CS 189 Senior Projects webpage: vision statements & videos, software requirement specifications (SRS), and design specifications
Electrical & Computer Engineering 189 Projects
ECE 189 Senior Projects webpage: project descriptions, ppts (design reviews), PCB development, documentation