Today is kind of a big deal, and I don’t think I have yet completely realized that. We have worked so hard on all of our projects, so it’s great that we will actually have a chance to showcase our product. Best of luck to everyone!
Posters Ready !!Anterioscope (2)
Here dawns the time to show away our brain childs which were our fixation for the past one week.Our energy,time and thought were in complete surrender to these little beasts. Like a proud papa, we put them out into the world tommorow.Today is going to be a prep for these and off we go to LVPEI again, with full on harged up for our big day tommorw.Our project, Gaze tracker is in a good shape now, and all of us very happy with the outcome.Though there arent big gizmos,prototypes and all cool hardware, we all are highly satisfied with our product which has got pretty high level of image processing and matlabcoding.It blew away our brains for a couple of days, but the beauty is ready to come out into the world. – Khyathi
It is all about detecting eye blinks and blink counts using brainwave data on an Android device. It is quickly named to “BlinkDroid”. Thanks Dr. Anthony Vipin Das for the name. Elliott Rouse, Thank you so much for guiding me and having a test run. Can not miss to thank all dear participants who contributed for test readings. 🙂 Kiran Trivedi
After a long session of patching up strips of foam on the inside of the cage (safety first!), the EYEgloo has now taken its planned shape. The circuits are almost done too (thank you, Rohit!). Do drop by to sneak a peek.
P.S.: It looks amazing from the inside.
~ Arish Ojaswi (with Anchit Srivastava, Faith OBrian, and Rohit Rangwani)
The Art of Hacking @ “ReDx DIY ‘Engineering The Eye’ Workshop, Hyderabad”.
Hello everyone! This is my first workshop with MIT Media Labs and as I expected from it the energy level here is awesome. John, Everett, Amy, Elliot, Dan and my dear buddy Shantanu are all amazing and it is once in a life opportunity to learn stuffs from them. Working on something which can change the lives of a billion people is something which inspires me alot. This is only my second assignment with MIT after the June Internship in IIT-BOMBAY and am obliged that they assigned me with the task of a Senior Mentor. I do miss Guy Satat here, wish even he was here with us. The people from our Team are great in their disciplines and are doing good work.
Coming to our project, we have our first prototype for Super-Stereo is ready and trying to improvise it and manipulate the optics inside it. I am working on the Image processing and developing GUI of the device and trying to establish communication between Matlab GUI and the Android Tablet alongwith Venkatesh and Vijay. Nikhil, Pratyusha, Chaitanya and Neeta are working on the optics part of the device. I believe I have the youngest(Pratyusha) and eldest person(Neeta) of this workshop in our team. I have finished setting up the electronics part of it. I do hope that the final prototype would be ready by tonight.
Hyderabad is a great place and I am kind of happy to be away from the heavy rainfalls in Mumbai. I do miss my RoboCon Team but I believe they are happy to let me come here in Hyderabad for a purpose which would help and impact the lives of many people. Looking forward for presenting the Prototype in LV Prasad Eye Institute tomorrow. Cheers to all the hardworking people here and wish everyone good luck.
(Team Super Stereo)