EECS Senior Design Projects

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This collection consists of digital copies of WSU's Electrical Engineering and Computer Science senior design projects submitted in partial fulfillment for a degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering or Computer Science from Wichita State University. The collection includes fall 2011 theses.


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    TiiCH : Interactive Whiteboard System
    (2011-12-15) Amaranayake, Ashan; Nguyen, Kevin; Khadka, Jitendra; Dalpathado, Mahesh; Harrison, John; McGuire, Tom
    This TIICH system is designed to eliminate the use of chalkboards and whiteboards. Letting teachers fully enter the electronic world but at a minimal cost. We wanted to let teachers teach their class, write their notes, and at the end of the day, post those notes if teachers wanted to. Allowing students to focus more in class rather than just focusing on writing their notes. TIICH has an unlimited possibility with the software that could be coded for this system. Potentially allowing teachers in elementary school levels, teach with a more visual and appealing way where they grab the attention of his or her students.
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    TAJA Racing
    (2011-12-14) Nguyen, Thuan; Whitaker, A.J.; Christman, Joe; Esparza, Alex; Harrison, John; McGuire, Tom
    Cycling devices have evolved from the simple device that records speed to the complex devices out on the market. Today’s advancement in technology brings us the XiSport Cycling Training Device. The XiSport lets you do all of that and more; it has all the functionality of a speedometer, i.e. Speed, Cadence, Distance, and Time, but only the Xi displays Gearing, Acceleration, as well as YOUR personally designed custom workout. Currently, nothing out there on the market lets YOU, the user, build your own workouts to suit your needs. Buying big, bulky gym equipment is the only other way to get a preprogrammed workout, and that isn’t your own personally designed workout. We’ve designed the Xi to be small enough to be attached to your bike as well as safe enough to be used outside on the open road as well as giving you a great workout in the comfort of your own home. For those who own a bike and are wanting to get a little more out of their casual ride, all the way up to serious cyclist who needs that extra reminder during training to stay at a certain workout level, the XiSport Cycling Training Device is for you. The workout mode takes in the benchmarks from your workout and graphically displays them. The screen has two training bars as well as a progress bar on the bottom to show you how far along you are in the workout. The training bars display the goal for that segment of the workout just to the left of the middle of the bar. Then during your workout, the bar will go up or down relative to the distance you’re from your goal. Once you’ve completed your workout, the workout mode goes into free mode, where it will continue to display values to the user.
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    RED: Roadside Emergency Device
    (2011-12-13) De Leon, Ismael; Nguyen, Roy; Nguyen, Teresa Hoang; Harrison, John; McGuire, Tom
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    Guitar -2- Tab
    (2011-12-12) Fitzgerald, Robert; Newell, Josh; King, Tim; Abdullah, Khayr; Harrison, John; McGuire, Tom
    A device using sensors and calculations to record tablature from a guitar straight to a text file in human readable format.
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    Smoke Spy
    (2011-12-09) Bhattarai, Pratibha; Oloo, Isaac; Johnson, Joshua; Harrison, John; McGuire, Tom
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