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Smart Blocks
posted May 19 2010 21:40.33







Shenwei Liu & Hang Li made these smart blocks for their INFO4320 Final Project. Blocks are 3D printed boxes filled with accelerometeters, wireless cards, microcontrollers and IR sensors that can sense one the other, communicate, control each other and respond to hand gestures. They can act as photo frames, memo pads, share the same canvas and communicate with real time update to create a simple game for two. Watch the video for all appications of this excellent project.

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Tags: accelerometer   inventions   arduino   microcontroller   wireless   electronic project   touch screen   
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