Students at Cornell University were given the responsibility of choosing, designing and building a microcontroller project. This year’s projects include laser pong, an air guitar, an evolving
neural robot, and a USB host controller.
During the last 5 weeks of the spring semester in ECE476, Microcontroller Design, students have to hack together sensors, actuators, microcontrollers, and mathematical techniques to build something. Some projects are infrastructure, such as an 8-bit color display for video games or a voice recognition scheme. Many groups built some kind of robot or musical device. All projects show a great deal of originality and work. There are over 200 projects on the page.
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