Project Plan - Hand I Justin Zakhar Senior Capstone Project...

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Hand I Justin Zakhar Senior Capstone Project Revision History: 10-28-07 I decided to use a comparator instead of an ADC. 11-5-07 I have updated how my flex sensors will interface to the 8051. I will be using voltage divider. I also updated my Bill of materials. 11-19-07 Updated parts list including LM339N comparator. 11-06-07 Updated parts list, decided on Serial connection instead of PS/2, also updated spec sheet.
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Hand I Project Description: My project will be a keyboard and mouse combination using only your hands. This will work by moving your fingers and triggering one of 5 flex sensors on each hand. This will then send a binary code integer to the 89C51RB2. It will then interface with the Serial port to be output onto a computer screen. I will use embedded code as my programming code with the 89C51RB2. The mouse will use an accelerometer (x,y axis) and your right hand will perform as a mouse in real time. This project is important to MerriTechCo because it has never been tried before. Sometimes you have to think outside the box. I am also doing something even though it is not improving a product; it is creating a design that in years to come may be the stepping stone to a whole new way of computing. That is why this product is marketable
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This note was uploaded on 04/16/2008 for the course EE 434 taught by Professor Bowhers during the Spring '08 term at Merrimack College.

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