Tzu Ching’s final brainstorm

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3 Brainstorms:


  1. Eye Protector


It is a screen that can detect the distance between the viewers and the screen.

For children, sometimes they watch the video too close, causing myopia.

but with this device, the screen will become blurry if you’re too close, forcing children to back up to a decent distance for watching TV.



2. Emotion Detector.



What would people do when they enter their room when they’re having a bad day or having a conflict with others?


They close their door stronger than they used to.

So the pressure detector attached to the door can indicate how strong people close their door–or how angry they are–. So if you see someone’s door is shining red, leave them alone.


3. Shhhhhhhhhhhhh



It’s really hard to have people shut their mouth by telling them Shhhhhhh.

So let’s shut their mouth with their sense of guilt.

This light is installed in the library, it detects noise, and as the noise increase, the luminance decrease. So if you’re speaking too loud in the library, the rooms get darker and darker, then everyone in the room can’t read. Is that what you want? probably not, because you’re gonna be killed by hundreds of ireful eyes, and your sense of guilt or affaridness elevates, then you shut up.

Then the light goes back, everyone can read without noises, everyone wins :))))))))

Evie’s Arduino Neopixel 🌈

Hey hey, this neopixel stick is so awesome. Feels like I’m at a mini dance party. I played with the code a little to make only 6 of the lights illuminate. I also changed the colors a bit so that there’s a strips of light pink and blue in the pattern.

Hi, I’m Ben


I’m from London, Ontario, Canada. I studied English and French in my undergrad. I’ve been making/designing things for about a year. I’ve played with an Arduino Uno before, but never felt comfortable programming it. So that’s what I’m excited to learn. Outside of school, I like being outside… playing sports, romping around the city, and discussing theory.