P18075: Smart Device - Integrated Baby Jumper
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Baby jumpers are used as entertainment for young children, roughly between 4 and 12 months of age, but can also be used to promote dexterity and learning. The main goal of this project is to extend the capabilities of the modern jumper to improve user experience and foster cognitive and physical development. In order to do this, the team worked to improve the jumper in two ways. The first was to make the jumper smart device-compatible in order to provide customization and monitoring capabilities for the parent. The second was to increase the amount of stimuli on the jumper for the baby to interact with in order to promote more cognitive development than current jumper models offer. The end result will be a functional prototype and supporting documentation. The design and prototype will primarily need to be safe for the baby inside the jumper while also being safe for those around the toy. Additionally, the product should be easy to transport, easy to assemble, and fall within the price range of similar products currently on the market.

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Project Name
Smart Device-Integrated Baby Jumper
Project Number
P18075
Start Term
Fall 2017
End Term
Spring 2018
Faculty Guide
Ed Hanzlik
Primary Customer
Tim Trapp
Sponsor (financial support)
RIT MSD, Ed Hanzlik (echeee@rit.edu)

Team Members

Baby Powered

Baby Powered

Member Role Contact
Chris Bridge Electrical Engineer cpb7692@rit.edu
Christine Dobie Project Manager cxd5122@rit.edu
Joshua Filides Lead Electrical Engineer jwf6233@rit.edu
David Martellock Lead Software Engineer dsm1252@rit.edu
Callum McLaughlin Lead Mechanical Engineer & Purchasing cpm3111@rit.edu
Eric Neyman Electrical Engineer & Communications exn3504@rit.edu

Work Breakdown: By Phase

MSD I & II MSD I MSD II

Planning & Execution

Project Photos and Videos

Imagine RIT

Gate Reviews

Interview

Problem Definition

Systems Design

Preliminary Detailed Design

Detailed Design

Build & Test Prep

Subsystem Build & Test

Integrated System Build & Test

Customer Handoff & Final Project Documentation

Work Breakdown: By Topic

Project Management Design Tools Design Documentation Implementation Validation Presentation & Dissemination

PRP

Requirements

House of Quality

Schedule

Risk Assessment

Problem Management

Communication & Minutes

Use Case Scenarios

Benchmarking

Functional Decomposition

Morphological Chart

Pugh Concept Selection

BOM

Mechanical Drawings

Electrical Schematics

Software Diagrams

Test Plans

Test Results

Technical Paper

Poster

Acknowledgements