The DJ Touch is a portable turntable touchscreen and interactive LED display.
Our end goal was to produce a low cost touchscreen device, and demonstrate its application in a common consumer application. Out of an interest in electronic music, and with the knowledge of deejaying’s close roots to electronics, we decided to develop a touch screen turntable. Continue reading An FTIR Touchscreen Device
This is a device that interprets the NTSC video signal from the video game Rock Band and outputs audio signals via a pair of speakers to simulate a human singer playing the vocalist part. Playing the vocal track on Rock Band requires actually being able to sing. We thought the idea of being able to emulate a human singing based solely on reading a few lines on the screen was pretty cool, so we decided to pursue this idea. Continue reading An automated vocalist for the video game Rock Band
A pace clock is a large format clock used to time intervals in athletic training, most commonly in swimming or track. Modern pace clocks are large format 4-digit LED displays, with either a grid or 7-segment layout. Swimming workouts are typically organized in advance of a swim practice and include a series of different strokes and drills at various speeds and of various distances. Continue reading A Wireless Programmable Pace Clock with Android Bluetooth Control