Archive for the 'I’m Still Processing' Category
[Team Osmosis] – [BOTH]

 

Team:

  • Ernesto Cisnero
  • Jason Counter
  • Caitlin Atterberry
  • Austin Tillotson

Details

Description: I know you said we should shy away from the drawing program, but our group has been freaking out about the final project proposal and completely forgot about this project until this morning. Our project includes a drawing program with 12 colors and an erasor. The width of the line is controlled by the arduino.
 
Problems: Caitlin’s arduino started smoking and smelling really bad. None of us really know what we are doing except for Jason. It works on his computer, but for some reason not on Ernesto’s or Caitlin’s.
 
We wish we would have had more time and been able to do something extremely cool. We wanted to do something directly related to our final project but realized this would be extremely difficult given our time constraints. We suck. We know. :(
 
 
The Draw Somethings – MW

Team:

  • Jake
  • Aisha
  • Aymen
  • Waleed
  • Tyler (recently adopted)

Details

Our goal was to make a basic drawing program similar to what we did in class. Although we were supposed to make our processing project interact with the Arduino, our group did not come up with an idea that would incorporate it. Another reason is that most of the group does not fully get processing. But our simple drawing program has four colors and an eraser, along with a cross pointer so that the drawing it more accurate rather than with a standard mouse arrow.
 
We would have liked to have more time to learn more coding so that we would be able to make a more developed program. Some of the coding is really simple and self-explanatory, but a lot of it is new to us and was difficult for us to use to make something a lot cooler.
 
drawing – PDE file
 
Failure IS the Option – [MW]

 

Team:

  • Dalton Ediger
  • Austin Phillips
  • Alex Pierpoint
  • Grant Bechtel

Details

 
  • We tried to make a program that would use two potentiometers to adjust the size of moving rectangles.  We thought we had it working but the processing and arduino programs wouldn’t talk to each other so we tried to see if Caylin could help us figure out what was wrong but by the time she got there Dalton’s computer had a random crash/reboot.  After restarting it we learned that in our frustration we fail to save the files and lost it all and couldn’t figure out how to write it up again in time.
  • at least one picture
  • We have NO editable processing (pde) and arduino (ino) codes because the computer lost them
  • We would actually make a project that works.  Fix the problem of the programs not responding, random computer crashes, and possibly learn to program a lot better.  

Fixalots – [MW]

Team:

  • Harrison
  • Alex
  • Levi
  • Brent

Details

  • Our project is a crane sort of thing that is controlled through processing via the mouse and the x and y coordinates. The inputs of the mouse are fed into processing which is then in turn fed into the Arduino environment which will then turn the crane in the appropriate direction. 
  • editable processing (pde) and arduino (ino) code
     
 
 
  • It would have been awesome to have had more time to do this project so that it would be more professional 

 

 

 

processing code cranep

arduino code cranea

 

The Wonderbolts – MW

 

Team:

  • Reid Owens
  • Colby Camp
  • Tanner Black
  • Mohammed

Details

We have created a space invaders game using the processing and arudino programs. In this game, you are a triangle space ship controlled by the potentiameter allowing you to scroll back and forth at the bottom of the screen. You have an intense hatred for aliens (squares) that move in eradict patterns as they come down the screen. Shoot them down before they reach the planet behind you and destroy the earth. Fire your shots with the mouse button. Repel wave after never ending wave.

 

Comments/Concerns/Things we could have done different: Drop all other class and devote all our time to this project would have greatly helped improve our design and performance.  Also geting a button on the arduino to fire would be nice.

(ziped file containing everything)

Finprocessing

[Dimmer] – [MW]

 

Team:

  • Paul Stoddard
  • Lane McGuire
  • Caylin Wiley
  • Casey Nightengale

Details

  • We used the clear LED that has 3 colors (blue, green, red) and we have it fade from blue to red depending in the x position of the mouse. Our code has it so the farther on the right  the bluer the light and so therefore the farther on the left the redder it it is. We don’t use the green light because we couldn’t find out how to fade it from blue to green to red so we took the green light out completely.
  • Dimmer__red_blue_ this is the arduino code
  • Dimmer__red_Blue__proc and this tis the processing code
  • Video
Austin, Alex, Nick – TR Section

Team:

  • Austin Haase
  • Alex Shoemaker
  • Nick Jackson

Details:

     Our project incorporated the Arduino and also the Processing program. Whenever you move the mouse across the box it will rotate the motor and will also dim and brighten the light on the Arduino! We originally had the servo and led on the same timer, so only one of the components worked at first. It wasn’t until we switched to other pins that each component got a separate timer and the components worked together as we planned. Many thanks to Tom.

The analog and digital pins share timers on certain pins, that was our problem.

 

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Dimmer Dimmer2