P16051: Robotic Eye Motion Simulator 2

Problem Definition

Table of Contents

Team Vision for Problem Definition Phase

During the problem definition phase, our has gained a deep understanding of both the Phase I (P15051) status, as well as updated customer requirements and engineering requirements.

Our team has worked with Dong Wang to update the customer requirements. We have also met with Phase I team and discussed a hand-off date along with status and action items that still need to be completed. See image below for items they plan to accomplish and not accomplish.

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Project Summary

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Project Plan

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Individual 3 Week Plan

Use Cases

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Project Goals and Key Deliverables

The goal of this project is to develop a robotic eye to mimic human eye movement such as smooth, pursuit, saccade, torsional movement, and blinking. The robotic eye needs to be compatible with a variety of eye trackers, accept data from Python, and be user friendly. The key deliverables for the robotic eye is to have fast and more precise actuators along with an adjustable eyelid.

Customer Requirements

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Engineering Requirements (Metrics & Specifications)

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Assumptions and Constraints

House of Quality

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Plans For Next Phase

Concerns and Risks

Risk Management

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Design Review

Links for:

Home | Planning & Execution

Problem Definition | Systems Design | Subsystem Design | Preliminary Detailed Design | Detailed Design

Build & Test Prep | Subsystem Build & Test | Integrated System Build & Test | Integrated System Build & Test with Customer Demo | Verification & Validation | Final Gate Review