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== Team Members ==
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* Elizabeth Saliba
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* Liza Kaniewski
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* Michael Williams (TA)
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== Overview ==
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We will be creating blinds that move according to user input. We hope to incorporate an energy efficient component to the blinds by controlling the blinds according to sunlight and temperature in the room to eliminate the use of either air conditioning or heating.
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== Objectives and Goals ==
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*Have the blinds open from being completely closed to open over a period of time set by the user
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*Make the design efficient and compact so that it could work for more than one type of blind
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*Have a user inputted preferred light intensity so that the blinds move throughout the day according to desired intensity.
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*Make eco-friendly functions that increase/decrease the amount of light let in, which lessens the need for air conditioning/heating
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*Find a suitable power source for the blinds such as lithium batteries or potentially solar power
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*If time allows, develop a way for the blinds to be controlled on your mobile device via Adafruit App
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== Budget ==
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== Grantt Chart ==
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== Link to Log ==
 
== Link to Log ==

Revision as of 13:33, 27 January 2019

Smarter Blinds

Team Members

  • Elizabeth Saliba
  • Liza Kaniewski
  • Michael Williams (TA)

Overview

We will be creating blinds that move according to user input. We hope to incorporate an energy efficient component to the blinds by controlling the blinds according to sunlight and temperature in the room to eliminate the use of either air conditioning or heating.

Objectives and Goals

  • Have the blinds open from being completely closed to open over a period of time set by the user
  • Make the design efficient and compact so that it could work for more than one type of blind
  • Have a user inputted preferred light intensity so that the blinds move throughout the day according to desired intensity.
  • Make eco-friendly functions that increase/decrease the amount of light let in, which lessens the need for air conditioning/heating
  • Find a suitable power source for the blinds such as lithium batteries or potentially solar power
  • If time allows, develop a way for the blinds to be controlled on your mobile device via Adafruit App

Budget

Grantt Chart

Link to Log

Smarter_Blinds_Log