Integrated System Build & Test
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Team Vision for Integrated System Build & Test Phase
Team Goals for this Phase
- No additional purchases are foreseen
- All switches and LEDS will be implemented into jumper
- Connectors for sun and lizard toy will be implemented
- Wire connections between modules will be implemented and contained
- All 3D modeled parts will be fabricated
- A tune/song will be playing out of the speaker
- A switch will initiate the tune/music
- All 5 switches will have a corresponding light pattern on 10 LEDs
- Microcontroller programming will have provisions to accommodate brightness control from app
- Audio streaming from jumper to app will be started, audio playback on jumper will be priority for this phase
- Brightness control of LEDs will be functioning
- Live accelerometer data displayed
- Interface for volume control and song selection
- Volume up/volume down
- Some sort of menu for song selection is implemented
- Connection status is displayed
- All switches and LEDs were implemented into the jumper including the volume control, mode selection, and power switch.
- All connectors for the external toys were implemented and are functioning
- All required 3D printed parts were printed and implemented into jumper
- All 5 switches initiate their associated LED response
- The app now includes a functioning interface for reading and writing to the microcontroller from android.
- The app can make a connection to the microcontroller via Bluetooth
- The team updated the shared vision for where our project will be for Imagine RIT
- Engineering requirements and test plans have been adjusted to reflect the team's updated Imagine RIT shared vision
Current State of Jumper
The jumper now has all lights and switches/buttons implemented into the jumper. Each of the 5 switches elicits a unique LED pattern when activated. A video showing this functionality can be downloaded here.
The three places the team implemented these new LEDs can be seen in the pictures below:
The app has reached a state where it can connect via Bluetooth Low Energy to the microcontroller and read and write data values. The video below shows the app responding to the accelerometer being tipped. This shows the early stages of the "tip sensor" function that the final app aims to have.
Current State of Final Documentation
The team has started making a draft poster to be submitted as a draft on April 5th. A screenshot of the early stages of the poster can be seen below:
The team has also begun the early stages of making the outline for the technical paper. 75% of the paper must be submitted by April 11th.
Engineering Requirements and Test PlansUpdates to the Requirements and Test Plans
An original goal for the team was for the app to include activity tracking. As the project has progressed, this goal is no longer being prioritized so the engineering requirements and test plans associated with this goal have been removed. These changes are reflected in the team's requirements document.
The requirements and test plan document can be found here.
Risk and Problem TrackingUpdates to Risk Assessment
Risk Assessment document can be found here.
Problem tracking sheet can be found here.
Functional Demo MaterialsPre-read Document
The agenda with meeting notes and action items for this phase's design review/functional demo can be found here.
Plans for next phase
Shared Vision for Final Phase
Document reflecting the team's shared vision for the completion of this project and Imagine RIT can be found here.
Individual 3 week plans
3 week plans for MSD II Phase IV can be found here.