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"Ai-Pollo" is an original play by David Munnell which is a futuristic take on the Greek play Oedipus. The play will include augmented reality elements which the audience can view via headsets. The stage set and props will be used to represent major scenes and characters in addition to the augmented reality elements.

RIT COLA has sponsored a stage to be built for this innovative new play. The stage is designed to function as the centerpiece of two separate settings within the play. The first setting functionally acts as a "portal" or door through which actors can walk. The second setting when the stage is rotated acts as a shrine or pedestal with functional wings. In addition, a baby doll with LED eyes that glow on command is required to sit on the pedestal at a given point in the play.

For more detailed background information, click on the following link for the Project Readiness Package.

Project Name
Ai-Pollo
Project Number
P19362
Project Family
Theater Arts Support
Start Term
Fall 2018-19 (2181)
End Term
Spring 2018-19 (2185)
Faculty Guide
Mr. Gerry Garavuso, gxgddm@g.rit.edu
Primary Customer
Dr. David Munnell
Sponsor
RIT COLA

Team Members

From left to right: Samuel Straub, Salem Bamatraf, Alex Guercio, Sammi Chan, Kole Seeber, Abdulmohsen Alakil, Victor Xu

From left to right: Samuel Straub, Salem Bamatraf, Alex Guercio, Sammi Chan, Kole Seeber, Abdulmohsen Alakil, Victor Xu

Member Role Contact
Kole Seeber Electrical Engineer kxs9490@rit.edu
Sammi Chan Mechanical Engineer sxc8926@rit.edu
Victor Xu Mechanical Engineer vxx5457@rit.edu
Salem Bamatraf Industrial Engineer sab2512@rit.edu
Alex Guercio Mechanical Engineer acg3276@rit.edu
Abdulmohsen Alakil Electrical Engineer aaa4724@rit.edu
Samuel Straub Industrial Designer sms5368@rit.edu

Table of Contents

MSD I & II MSD I MSD II

Planning & Execution

Meeting Minutes

Project Photos and Videos

Imagine RIT

Gate Reviews

Problem Definition

Systems Design

Preliminary Detailed Design

Detailed Design

Build & Test Prep

Subsystem Build & Test

Integrated System Build & Test

Customer Handoff & Final Project Documentation (Verification & Validation)

Acknowledgements

We would like to acknowledge and thank the following people for their assistance during Senior Design this semester:
Acknowledgements
Our customer Dr. David Munnell
Our Guide Gerry Garavuso for his tremendous support
Teknic, Inc. for their motor donation