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Powerpoint presentation

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New logo – movie

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Final video ThermoFlora

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Thermoflora_code

The code we used for the flower is: //hoe snel moeten de LEDjes in en uitfaden? #define FADE_SPEED 15 //defineer de temperaturen hier #define TEMP_1 18 #define TEMP_2 12 #define TEMP_3 6 #define TEMP_4 0 //wordt gebruikt om flicker tegen more »

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ThermoFlora_The making Of

Testing of temperature sensor and light sensor + LEDs. Making the Flower: Use separate leaves, wire and transparent wire for the LED’s. The same techniques were used as in flower making with wire. All the leaves have a metal core. more »

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ThermoFlora_Circuit

This is the Circuit of ThermoFlora. There are 3 sensors: Light sensor Temperature sensor Push Button. There are 5 types of lights: Blue White Green Orange Red

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video flower

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Final interaction diagram

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Final block diagram

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Test Touch sensor

I tried to implement a touch sensor. If someone touches the flower, it would change colour. The test showed that the sensor was very sensitive to wires and that it gave output while it wasn’t touches. This gave false readings. more »

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prototype flower

 

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Entire sheme of Input and Output

To know if we could make the flower using 1 Arduino, I listed up the Pins we use for the input and output. The input sersors so far are: Lightsensor, temperature sensor, distance sensor and battery voltage. These use pins more »

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Battery – voltage meter

We did a test to measure the voltage in a battery and to use that voltage to indicate a LED-level. We used 5 LED’s (so 5 levels) We start with 5 LED’s on. Depending on the battery voltage, the arduino more »

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Making of the flower – phase2

The flower has already 2 levels of wire. This means that we have more light in the flower and the flower is becoming bigger. We had to redo the first flower we made, because the leafs were always shifting. Some more »

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Fade led RGB lightsensor distance

We want to use the SRF04 sensor. This sensor is used to know the distance of the person to our Flower Lamp. The idea is that if the person comes closer, the lights will be brighter. This is how the more »

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Fade Led RGB lightsensor

The idea is to only make the LED light up when it is dark. This is what we tried in this step. Our Code: int temperaturePin = 0; int RED =0; int GREEN =0; int BLUE =0; int WHITE = more »

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Fade LEDS RGB

Smooth fading of RGB depending on colours. Our Code: int temperaturePin = 0; // all variables are defined int RED =0; int GREEN =0; int BLUE =0; int WHITE = 0; int test =0; int FADE_RED = 0; int FADE_GREEN more »

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Colour change and temp sensor

We mapped our temperature to our colours of the RGB LED. In between the colours, we fade from blue to red to get a fluent colour flow. Our Code: int temperaturePin = 0; int RED =0; int GREEN =0; int more »

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Colour test

  We want ceratin colours at certain temperature levels. So we made a little program and used FIRMATA to guess our colour levels on the RGB LED.   Our “program”: const int RED = 9; const int GREEN = 10; more »

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What we want to do – interaction sheme and block sheme

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