Commit 566b7fe5 authored by Arash Sattari's avatar Arash Sattari

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• RGB display LEDs for tracking timer’s on/off state and the remaining time.
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I could not find any similar projects in Fab Academy. This is probably because
the problems that I am trying to solve with this design are very specific
to northern countries like Finland. Having lived most of my life in a much southern
country, I had never heard of block heater either, before moving to Finland a few years ago!
I did all the design and implementation of the smart block heater on my own,
and I did not use any code or design from previous students of Fab Academy.
However, I used a few Arduino libraries for my sensors and outputs,
which I referenced in the explanation of the development process.
which I referenced in the explanation of the development process.<br>
The electronic part of the project was not new for me.
I had worked with different temperature sensors before. For example, in my Electrical Engineering Master's Degree project,
I used an LM35 and a PT100 to measure the temperate variation
on each side of a Thermoelectric Generator. I also had driven multiple AC loads (e.g. coil, heater, lamps, etc.) up to 16A using
either magnetic or solid-state relays. But, regarding mechanical parts of the project, I did not get the idea from fab academy projects,
instead I learned from many helpful videos on YouTube.
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I designed and laser cut a prototype of it (Fig. 3).
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<div class="img-container"><img style="width: 500px;" src="../img/assignments/w14/3.jpg" alt=""><br><b>Figure 3. </b>Design of tablet picking mechanism.</div>
<div class="img-container"><img style="width: 500px;" src="../img/assignments/w14/4.jpg" alt=""><br> <br><b>Figure 4. </b>Laser cut pieces.</div>
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I also helped in assembling the final design.
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<b><a style="color:#fed136;" href="../files/w14/box-front.svg">Front Panel</a></b> <br>
<b><a style="color:#fed136;" href="../files/w14/innerWalls.zip">Inner Walls </a></b> <br>
<b><a style="color:#fed136;" href="../files/w14/side-walls.svg">Side Walls</a></b> <br>
<b><a style="color:#fed136;" href="../files/w14/tablet-dropper.svg">Tablet Picker</a></b> <br>
<b><a style="color:#fed136;" href="../files/w14/tablet-dropper_1.svg">Tablet Picker v1</a></b> <br>
<b><a style="color:#fed136;" href="../files/w14/tablet-dropper_2.svg">Tablet Picker v2</a></b> <br>
<b><a style="color:#fed136;" href="../files/w14/window.svg">Transparent Window Panel</a></b> <br>
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3. Checking the <span class="inText">Live Preview</span> to see the image. <br>
4. Playing around with <span class="inText">Brightness cutoff</span> to see which setting is better for the image. It is actually a threshold that determine whether the pixel should be considered black or white. <br>
5. Setting the <span class="inText">Edge detection</span>. This setting adjust the darkness or thickness of the edge in the output. <br>
6. Setting the <span class="inText">Brightness cutoff</span>. It tries to find edges where colors change.
6. Setting the <span class="inText">Color Quantization</span>. It tries to find edges where colors change.
The setting here determine how many colors output will have. <br>
7. Setting the <span class="inText">Brightness steps</span>, this let you to set the number of scan you want to have in output. <br>
8. The output vectorize image will show exactly on top of graphical image. I dragged it to somewhere else. <br>
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<a href="#section-10" class="nav-link">Assembling</a>
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<a href="#section-10" class="nav-link">Reflection</a>
<a href="#section-11" class="nav-link">Reflection</a>
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<a href="#section-10" class="nav-link">Files</a>
<a href="#section-12" class="nav-link">Files</a>
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