98S11 Lecture 3 Camera Project post

98S11 Lecture 3 Camera Project post - WhatStudentsNeedtoKnow

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© Rob Silverstein 2011 All What Students Need to Know  About Careers in Engineering Lecture 3   Rob Silverstein April 13, 2011
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Project Teams © Rob Silverstein 2011 All  Team 7 7 7 7 7 7 8 8 8 8 8 8 9 9 9 9 9 9
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Team Seating © Rob Silverstein 2011 All 3 3 6 6 9 9
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Engineering Careers © Rob Silverstein 2011 All 
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© Rob Silverstein 2011 All What do I mean by Product or Project Phase/Factor? Systems Engineering Design (Hardware and Software)  Engineering Manufacturing Engineering Reliability Engineering Quality Engineering Test Engineering Field Engineering (installation, start- up, support, etc.) Human Factors Engineering
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© Rob Silverstein 2011 All What do I mean by component type?  Power Supply RF  Analog to digital  Circuit Engine Airframe Operating System
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Once you begin your career the options are endless © Rob Silverstein 2011 All
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The Disposable Camera Project © Rob Silverstein 2011 All
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© Rob Silverstein 2011 All Camera Project Framework How Are Things Done In The Real World? Ungraded Loosely defined task Subjective Evaluation
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© Rob Silverstein 2011 All Camera  Project  Metrics Camera Project Metrics Weight Factor Design 1 Extremely low cost 1 Objectives 2 “Acceptable” quality color pictures 1 3 "Acceptable” number of exposures 1 4 Day/indoor/night use option 1 5 Fixed focus short range Less than 10' (as opposed to scenery at long range) 1 6 Extremely easy to use 1 External 7 Packaging designed for hanging on a store shelf 1 Observations 8 Camera shaped for ease of holding 1 9 Minimum Warranty and Liability Limitation 1 10 Re-brandable packaging (different wrapper with different names/ads) 1 11 Dimensions (A x B x C) 1 12 Weight 1 13 Expiration Date 1 14 Foreign Manufacture 2 15 Time to charge (seconds) 1 16 LED to indicate "Charged" 1 17 After charging, flash continues to fire for a few shots, whether desired or not 1
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© Rob Silverstein 2011 All Camera Memo Metrics External 18 27 exposures 1 Observations 19 35mm film 1 20 400 ISO Film 1 21 Admonision regarding water, dust and shock 1 22 Multiple Language Instruction 1
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