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Project Metrics: Objectives & Metrics Eye Scanner Voice Activation Magnetic Strip Fingerprint Scan Ease of Use (1-10) 9 10 6 6 Size (in^3) 15 15 4 6 Energy Efficiency (1-10) 5 7 9 6 Minimize Cost ($) 500 300 50-90 50-100 Durability (school yrs.) 3 3 6 4 Our group has chosen these specific metrics after thoroughly investigating our objectives and goals we hope to accomplish with our product. First, ease of use is one of the most important metric that we need to focus on. The whole point of our product is to allow students to enter their buildings no matter what the circumstances; such as having their hands full. If they aren’t able to easily get into the building with our product then we have failed to meet some requirements and the product is rendered useless. The next metric involves the size of our product. It has to be able to fit easily on the side of the door or actually on the door. If the product is to big and bulky it will either get in the way of students trying to enter the building or provide an unattractive appearance to the residence hall.
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