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The Devices Lab
LWSN B160 has been specially equiped for device/embed systems development and it also houses all of the special devices, that's available for use to Computer Science Students in LWSN instructional labs.
Devices are to be used for senior projects, course projects, club projects, and personal experiments. These devices are to be used for educational and exploratory purposes, and not for malignant and monetary applications.
These devices can be checked out for 1 week. At the end of the period if no one has placed a hold on that device then, it is eligible to be checked out again for another week.
If a device has been reserved by an event or a course, then it cannot be checked out or be placed on hold within that time frame.
An add-on board for Raspberry Pi that has an 8×8 RGB LED matrix, a five-button joystick and includes the following sensors:
Raspberry Pi 3
The third generation of the Raspberry Pi, with the following features:
An tiny Aruduino like microprocessor with an embed wifi module, the perfect for "Internet of things" development. It features:
A fully programmable and customizable smartwatch, that is compatible with either Android or IOS.
An electronics development platform, that utilizes magnetic electronic building blocks, no more breadboards or soldering. Makes hardware prototyping simpler and faster. The kit includes:
A programmable wearable gesture control and motion control device , that uses various sensors to read the movements of your hand and arm.
A device that uses sensors to read hand and finger movements as inputs, basically digitizing your hand. Often used to interact with virtual environments.
Parrot Rolling Spider MiniDrone
A programmable arcobatic minidrone with a downward facing camera. Can achieve 11 mph, has a range of 66ft, and can do flips.
Oculus Rift DK2
A virtual reality development kit which includes the VR headset and the IR camera.
An augmented reality headset, that's also a fully functioning computer. Unlike the HTC Vive and the Oculus Rift, the Hololens is an Augmented Reality platform, meaning it overlays graphics onto your vision and it's fully wireless.