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Build a microcontroller/sensor system that outputs the sensorís changes over time, in order to visualize or sonify the sensorís reaction curve. Arduino's [[http://arduino.cc/en/Tutorial/Graph|graph example]] is a good place to start; it has code for graphing in Processing and Max/MSP. The output of your system should be simple, but be prepared to discuss the appropriateness and usefulness of the visual or sonic mapping youíre employing. For example, an useful visualization of a rotation sensor might be done through polar coordinates and a circular graphical representation rather than linear.
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!!Sensor Reaction Tool
In this assignment, you're going to build yourself (and others) a tool that shows a sensor's
reaction changes over time.

Build a microcontroller
/sensor system that outputs the sensorís changes over time in visual or sonic form. Arduino's [[http://arduino.cc/en/Tutorial/Graph|graph example]] is a good place to start; it has code for graphing in Processing and Max/MSP. Your system should quantify the results in voltage, or in the sensor's physical property, however.

The output of your system should be clear, utilitarian,
and pleasant to experience. Be prepared to discuss your design choices . For example, an useful visualization of a rotation sensor might be done through polar coordinates and a circular graphical representation rather than linear.

Add your application, your visualization and any notes to the sensor wiki. You may work alone or in pairs.
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Build a microcontroller/sensor system that outputs the sensorís changes over time, in order to visualize or sonify the sensorís reaction curve. This piece of code, written in Processing, is a good place to start. The output of your system should be simple, but be prepared to discuss the appropriateness and usefulness of the visual or sonic mapping youíre employing. For example, an useful visualization of a rotation sensor might be done through polar coordinates and a circular graphical representation rather than linear.

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Build a microcontroller/sensor system that outputs the sensorís changes over time, in order to visualize or sonify the sensorís reaction curve. Arduino's [[http://arduino.cc/en/Tutorial/Graph|graph example]] is a good place to start; it has code for graphing in Processing and Max/MSP. The output of your system should be simple, but be prepared to discuss the appropriateness and usefulness of the visual or sonic mapping youíre employing. For example, an useful visualization of a rotation sensor might be done through polar coordinates and a circular graphical representation rather than linear.

!!!Spring 2012 Sensors and Time Assignment Notes
*Alex Olivier
*Deqing Sun
*Hannah Davis
*Jennifer Shannon
*Luca Shapiro
*Manuela Donoso Lamas
*Marcela Godoy
*MV Carbon
*Mark Breneman
*Melissa Dela Merced
*Monica Bate Vidal
*Peter Darche
*Sarah Hallacher
*Sophie Laffont
*Veronika Dubrovskaya
*Yucef Merhi
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Build a microcontroller/sensor system that outputs the sensorís changes over time, in order to visualize or sonify the sensorís reaction curve. This piece of code, written in Processing, is a good place to start. The output of your system should be simple, but be prepared to discuss the appropriateness and usefulness of the visual or sonic mapping youíre employing. For example, an useful visualization of a rotation sensor might be done through polar coordinates and a circular graphical representation rather than linear.

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[[http://sensorworkshops2008.blogspot.com/ | Sunghun Kim]]

[[http://sensorworkshop.blogspot.com/2008_02_01_archive.html | Eun Jung Park]]

[[http://itp.nyu.edu/blogs/ago218/2008/02/25/sensors-and-time/#more-126 | Reed switches by Anaid]]

[[http://itp.nyu.edu/blogs/kat314_sensor_workshop/2008/03/02/sensors-and-time/ | Kim Thompson]]

[[http://suchamagicworld.blogspot.com/2008/02/urban-computing-critique-so-sweet.html | meng li]]

[[http://sensor08ran.blogspot.com/2008/02/sensor-and-time.html| Seungran Woo]]

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* [[http://colorforms.vox.com/library/post/sensor-workshop-data-visualization-in-processing.html | Steven Litt]]
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* [[http://itp.nyu.edu/blogs/ago218/2008/02/25/sensors-and-time/#more-126 | Reed switches by Anaid]]
* [[http://itp.nyu.edu/blogs/kat314_sensor_workshop/2008/03/02/sensors-and-time/ | Kim Thompson]]
* [[http://suchamagicworld.blogspot.com/2008/02/urban-computing-critique-so-sweet.html | meng li]]
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[[http://itp.nyu.edu/~yp364/spring_class_2007/sensorworkshop/week3/ | Youjeong Paik]]

[[http://www.edpurver.com/sensor/?p=3/ | Ed Purver]]

[[http://stefaniessensors.wordpress.com/ | Stefanie Wuschitz]]

[[http://www.rogersensorworkshop.blogspot.com | Roger TSAI]]

[[http://itp.nyu.edu/~ck986/Spring2007/sensor/sensors&time/ | chris kucinski]]

[[http://younjichoi.wordpress.com/sensor-workshop/ | Younji Choi]]

[[http://itp.nyu.edu/~syp252/art.soyoung/itp_spring_2007/sensor_workshop/ | So Young]]

[[http://itp.nyu.edu/~rm1764/2007/02/sensor_datalog_1.html | Rucyl Mills]]

[[http://itp.nyu.edu/~mfm317/itp/sensor_workshop/ | Maria Mendez]]

[[http://rzollinger.wordpress.com/sensor-workshop/ | Raphael Zollinger]]

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* [[http://itp.nyu.edu/~mfm317/itp/sensor_workshop/ | Maria Mendez]]
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[[Pinky's Notes]]

[[http://itp.nyu.edu/~jak434/Sensor/datasheet/index.html | Jeungah Kim]]

[[http://itp.nyu.edu/~jyp243/sensors/week2.htm | Joo Youn]]

[[http://itp.nyu.edu/~gml229/blog/archives/2006/01/sensor_and_time_1.html | Min Lee]]

[[Guy v.s. Accelerometer MMA7260Q]]

[[http://solhuh3.blogspot.com/2006/01/sensors-and-time.html | Sol Huh]]

[[rb1551|Rebecca]] - I used a flex sensor and found that the readings jump from high to low when it's in an upright, untouched position: [[Attach:flexjump.jpg]] -- (I tried to attach an image but the password didn't work) ...[[http://www.overainslie.org/rbray/itp/sensors/ | the charts are here]].

[[http://www.telbel.net/2006/spring2006/sw/03.htm | Therese Oterholm]]

[[Joey Notes]]

[[http://www.sofreakingedgy.net/classes/sensorworkshop/sensorsandtime.html | Zach Eveland's notes - photocell]]

[[http://itp.nyu.edu/~kh928/archives/cat_sensor_workshop.html | Kate Hartman]]

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* [[rb1551|Rebecca]] - I used a flex sensor and found that the readings jump from high to low when it's in an upright, untouched position: [[Attach:flexjump.jpg]] -- (I tried to attach an image but the password didn't work) ...[[http://www.overainslie.org/rbray/itp/sensors/ | the charts are here]].
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''In the first semester, I mistakenly referred to the first assignment as datalogging. It's more correct to call it data visualization, or Sensors and Time. So you will see notes from the Fall 2005 class that refer to it as Datalogging mistakenly. They're all collected below.''

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* ''Where a student has since removed his or her notes from an offsite location, I have noted the dead link but kept the name in place, in case he or she decides to update later.
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[[~dct231|Diane]] and I ([[~mjl359|Marta]]) built our board with the 18f452 pic and a flex sensor. We went through several stages, including testing sensor reading in hyperterm. We modified the peak detection code to send raw values to processing. We also added a pause, to reduce the delay due to processings rendering delay. Here's [[(Code.)Datalogging-marta-diane|the code]].


[[Grace Notes| Grace Kim's notes]]

[[Jen Notes| Jen Kirchherr's notes]]

[[Notes From Paul| Paul's notes]]

[[http://magentamist.com/sensor/week1_ex.htm | Erin Kim's notes]]

[[http://blog.spencerkiser.com/?p=50 | Spencer Kiser's notes]]

[[mjh348]]

[[http://itp.nyu.edu/~ttw225/sensors/index.html| Ty's notes]] - Dead link

[[http://itp.nyu.edu/~ko373/sensors/index.html| ko373]]

[[ Class.John's Datalogging | John Schimmel - Solar Cell as Light Meter ]]

[[http://www.sensorsloveyou.blogspot.com | Daniel Bartolini]]

[[http://changsoo.com/itp/sensor/w2/index.html | ChangSoo's notes]]

[[http://itp.nyu.edu/~ss3550/blog/ | Shagun's notes]]

[[sl974 | Nont's notes]]

[[Assignment1 and 3: Peak finding and Datalogging|Stephen's peak finding/ datalogging with photocell and wind sensor ]]

[[changsoo's images of the Wheatstone bridge circuit|Changsoo's images of the Wheatstone bridge circuit]]: [[http://www.changsoo.com/itp/sensor/w3/class_image_sample/index.html | Big image]]
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* [[~dct231|Diane]] and I ([[~mjl359|Marta]]) built our board with the 18f452 pic and a flex sensor. We went through several stages, including testing sensor reading in hyperterm. We modified the peak detection code to send raw values to processing. We also added a pause, to reduce the delay due to processings rendering delay. Here's [[(Code.)Datalogging-marta-diane|the code]].

* [[Grace Notes| Grace Kim's notes]]
* [[Jen Notes| Jen Kirchherr's notes]]
* [[Notes From Paul| Paul's notes]]
* [[http://magentamist.com/sensor/week1_ex.htm | Erin Kim's notes]]
* [[http://blog.spencerkiser.com/?p=50 | Spencer Kiser's notes]]
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* [[http://itp.nyu.edu/~ko373/sensors/index.html| ko373]]
* [[ Class.John's Datalogging | John Schimmel - Solar Cell as Light Meter ]]
* [[http://www.sensorsloveyou.blogspot.com | Daniel Bartolini]]
* [[http://changsoo.com/itp/sensor/w2/index.html | ChangSoo's notes]]
* [[http://itp.nyu.edu/~ss3550/blog/ | Shagun's notes]]
* [[sl974 | Nont's notes]]
* [[Assignment1 and 3: Peak finding and Datalogging|Stephen's peak finding/ datalogging with photocell and wind sensor ]]
* [[changsoo's images of the Wheatstone bridge circuit|Changsoo's images of the Wheatstone bridge circuit]]: [[http://www.changsoo.com/itp/sensor/w3/class_image_sample/index.html | Big image]]
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!!!Spring 2008 Sensors and Time Assignment Notes

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!!!Spring 2007 Sensors and Time Assignment Notes

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''In the first semester, I mistakenly referred to the first assignment as datalogging. It's more correct to call it data visualization, or Sensors and Time. So you will see notes from the Fall 2005 class that refer to it as Datalogging mistakenly. They're all collected below.''

''Where a student has since removed his or her notes from an offsite location, I have noted the dead link but kept the name in place, in case he or she decides to update later.\\
[[~tigoe]]''

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''In the first semester, I mistakenly referred to the first assignment as datalogging. It's more correct to call it data visualization, or Sensors and Time. So you will see notes from the Fall 2005 class that refer to it as Datalogging mistakenly. They're all collected below.''

''Where a student has since removed his or her notes from an offsite location, I have noted the dead link but kept the name in place, in case he or she decides to update later.\\
[[~tigoe]]''
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Paul: I tested the peak finding code with a potentiometer, then an IR sensor, and it worked fine. Then, I tried unsuccesfully to write a simplified version of the peak finding code, so that my sensor only sent out data when it's values changed at all. I was puzzled at the results. I got rid of the peak and threshold variables, as all I wanted to look for was if the values were changing. In this instance, all I cared about was if the values were increasing or not.
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When I wasn't doing anything, it would still jump around sending values (I guess I didn't set my noise value high enough), but it jumped up AND down, which confuses me, because in theory this should only be sending data when it is increasing. Also, in the middle of the Pot's range, the values stopped being sent for a while until I reached the upper portion of the range. Why? [[~pf372]]
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[[rb1551|Rebecca]] - I used a flex sensor and found that the readings jump from high to low when it's in an upright, untouched position:

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[[rb1551|Rebecca]] - I used a flex sensor and found that the readings jump from high to low when it's in an upright, untouched position: [[Attach:flexjump.jpg]] -- (I tried to attach an image but the password didn't work) ...[[http://www.overainslie.org/rbray/itp/sensors/ | the charts are here]].
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!!!Spring 2006 Sensors and Time Assignment Notes

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''In the first semester, I mistakenly referred to the first assignment as datalogging. It's more correct to call it data visualization, or Sensors and Time. So you will see notes from the Fall 2005 class that refer to it as Datalogging mistakenly. They're all collected below.

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''In the first semester, I mistakenly referred to the first assignment as datalogging. It's more correct to call it data visualization, or Sensors and Time. So you will see notes from the Fall 2005 class that refer to it as Datalogging mistakenly. They're all collected below.

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Diane and I (marta) built our board with the 18f452 pic and a flex sensor. We went through
several stages, including testing sensor reading in hyperterm
.
We modified the peak detection code to send raw values to processing.
We also added a pause, to reduce the delay due to processings rendering delay
. The code:

[[(Code.)Datalogging-marta-diane]]\\
[[~mjl359]]
[[~dct231]]


[[Grace Notes]]

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''In the first semester, I mistakenly referred to the first assignment as datalogging. It's more correct to call it data visualization, or Sensors and Time. So you will see notes from the Fall 2005 class that refer to it as Datalogging mistakenly. They're all collected below.\\
[[~tigoe]]
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!!!Falll 2005 Sensors and Time Assignment Notes

[[~dct231|Diane]] and I ([[~mjl359|Marta]]) built our board with the 18f452 pic and a flex sensor. We went through several stages, including testing sensor reading in hyperterm. We modified the peak detection code to send raw values to processing. We also added a pause, to reduce the delay due to processings rendering delay. Here's [[(Code.)Datalogging-marta-diane|the code]].


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When I wasn't doing anything, it would still jump around sending values (I guess I didn't set my noise value high enough), but it jumped up AND down, which confuses me, because in theory this should only be sending data when it is increasing. Also, in the middle of the Pot's range, the values stopped being sent for a while until I reached the upper portion of the range. Why?[[~pf372]]
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When I wasn't doing anything, it would still jump around sending values (I guess I didn't set my noise value high enough), but it jumped up AND down, which confuses me, because in theory this should only be sending data when it is increasing. Also, in the middle of the Pot's range, the values stopped being sent for a while until I reached the upper portion of the range. Why?[[~pf372]]
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Paul: I tested the peak finding code with a potentiometer, then an IR sensor, and it worked fine. Then, I tried unsuccesfully to write a simplified version of the peak finding code, so that my sensor only sent out data when it's values changed at all. I was puzzled at the results. I got rid of the peak and threshold variables, as all I wanted to look for was if the values were changing. In this instance, all I cared about was if the values were increasing or not. when it was just sitting there, it would still jump around sending values (I guess I didn't set my noise value high enough), but it jumped up AND down, which confuses me, because in theory this should only be sending data when it is increasing. Also, in the middle of the Pot's range, the values stopped being sent for a while until I reached the upper portion of the range.
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Paul: I tested the peak finding code with a potentiometer, then an IR sensor, and it worked fine. Then, I tried unsuccesfully to write a simplified version of the peak finding code, so that my sensor only sent out data when it's values changed at all. I was puzzled at the results. I got rid of the peak and threshold variables, as all I wanted to look for was if the values were changing. In this instance, all I cared about was if the values were increasing or not.
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Paul: I tested the peak finding code with a potentiometer, then an IR sensor, and it worked fine. Then, I tried unsuccesfully to write a simplified version of the peak finding code, so that my sensor only sent out data when it's values changed at all. I was puzzled at the results. I got rid of the peak and threshold variables, as all I wanted to look for was if the values were changing. In this instance, all I cared about was if the values were increasing or not. when it was just sitting there, it would still jump around sending values (I guess I didn't set my noise value high enough), but it jumped up AND down, which confuses me, because in theory this should only be sending data when it is increasing. Also, in the middle of the Pot's range, the values stopped being sent for a while until I reached the upper portion of the range.

Main:

ADCin 0, sensorValue

If sensorValue > lastSensorValue + noise then

serout2 PORTC.6, 16468, [DEC SensorValue, 13,10]

endif

lastSensorValue = sensorValue

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Diane and I (marta) built our board with the 18f452 pic and a flex sensor. We went through
several stages, including testing sensor reading in hyperterm.
We modified the peak detection code to send raw values to processing.
We also added a pause, to reduce the delay due to processings rendering delay. The code:

[[Code.Datalogging-marta-diane-michael]]

[[~mjl359]]
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