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*(0.25hr) Read up on Ardunios and Raspberry Pis and their feasibility of FFT @40KHz with an analog to digital converter as well as WUSTL Move to the Groove.  
 
*(0.25hr) Read up on Ardunios and Raspberry Pis and their feasibility of FFT @40KHz with an analog to digital converter as well as WUSTL Move to the Groove.  
  
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=== September 13 ===
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'''Nish''' <br />
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*(0.33hr/20min) Researched Arduino and Pi to compare and decide which would be better to use for project implementation. Leaning towards Arduino.
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=== September 14 ===
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'''Nish''' <br />
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*(0.5hr/30min)  Researched other implementations of music responsive LED's for inspiration and to reinforce learnings towards Arduino.
  
 
eBOX Project Page:
 
eBOX Project Page:

Revision as of 11:44, 14 September 2018

eBOX Project Page

https://classes.engineering.wustl.edu/ese205/core/index.php?title=EBOX#Link_to_Log

August 31

Team

  • (1hr) Discussed the very basic idea of the project at the first class.

September 6

Jordan

  • (0.5hr) Learned the basics of using Wiki. Created the Project Page and Log.

September 7

Team

  • (1hr) Team meeting to discuss the project further in depth and to ensure all the team members truly understood the project. Additionally, read up on the night light project to prepare for class, and checked swipe access to the lab, Urbauer 015.

September 11

Team

  • (1hr) Extra weekly meeting in the lab. Will look into Arduino vs Raspberry Pi, feasibility of Fast Fourier Transforms (FFT) @40kHz on each, and current literature similar to eBOX (WUSTL Move to the Groove: https://sites.wustl.edu/ese498vertigodancefloor/). Additionally, completed the breadboard for the night light and stored it for safe keeping in the locker.

September 12

Jordan

  • (0.25hr) Added to and reformatted the log to be headed by dates.
  • (0.25hr) Read up on Ardunios and Raspberry Pis and their feasibility of FFT @40KHz with an analog to digital converter as well as WUSTL Move to the Groove.

September 13

Nish

  • (0.33hr/20min) Researched Arduino and Pi to compare and decide which would be better to use for project implementation. Leaning towards Arduino.

September 14

Nish

  • (0.5hr/30min) Researched other implementations of music responsive LED's for inspiration and to reinforce learnings towards Arduino.

eBOX Project Page: https://classes.engineering.wustl.edu/ese205/core/index.php?title=EBOX#Link_to_Log