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This project is the continuation of P10005, seated balance tower. The primary focus is to update the balance tower by incorporating a second tower. Currently we have a tower that is built that has seven large panels in a vertical line that are separated by 3 tri-colored LEDs. When activated the LEDs will be blue, if the patient touches the target they will turn green and if they miss they will become red. A second tower will be added to the game to add more challenges for the patients.The two towers will communicate through a wireless module. Also, an update to the current wiring and program code will introduce more reliability and durability to the system.

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Project Name
Seated Balance Training Game
Project Number
P12005
Project Family
Assistive Devices
Start Term
2011-2
End Term
2011-3
Faculty Guide
Dr. Beth DeBartolo (Mechanical Engineering)
Primary Customer
Nazareth Physical Therapy Clinc
Sponsor (financial support)
National Science Foundation
Customer Contact Information
J.J. Mowder-Tinney PT, MS, NCS, CWS
Director of Clinical Education
Nazareth College Physical Therapy
(585)389-2901
jmowder3@naz.edu

Team Members

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Member Role Contact
Vinay Barde Project Manager vab5161@rit.edu
Alfred Lee Lead Computer Engineer axl2761@rit.edu
Jason Marks Lead Electrical Engineer jtm1876@rit.edu
Alexis Reusch Project Facilitator atr2821@rit.edu

Table of Contents

MSD I MSD II

Photo Gallery

Planning & Execution

Team Values & Norms

Code of Ethics

Product Description

High Level System Design Flow Chart

Team Evaluation

Risk Assessment

Power Management

Bill of Materials

Functional Decomposition

Project Plan

Circuit Schematics

UML Diagrams

Engineering Specs

Customer Needs

NiMH Battery

Peer Evaluations

Photo Gallery

Planning & Execution

Documentation

MSDII Circuit Schematics

Build, Test

Final Presentation

Technical Paper

Poster

Acknowledgements