The first deliverable for the course was a project inspiration poster and pitch were we researched a problem space and developed a solution. My concept can be seen here!
Throughout the project process, I regularly uploaded journal posts to document my progress and processes regarding the Physical Computing Project. These posts covered any research I conducted, insights I found, user engagement, build progress, helpful sources and my reflection on my progress throughout the semester. See my journal posts here!
A crucial milestone in the project was the initial prototype delivery. View my Prototype Document here!, and my prototype demonstration video below:
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