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Virtual Imaging Peripheral for Enhanced Reality. Aaron Garrett, Ryan Hannah, Justin Huffaker , Brendon McCool. Project Overview.

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Virtual imaging peripheral for enhanced reality

Virtual Imaging Peripheral for Enhanced Reality

Aaron Garrett, Ryan Hannah, Justin Huffaker, Brendon McCool


Project overview

Project Overview

Our project, code named Virtual Imaging Peripheral for Enhanced Reality or VIPER, is an augmented/virtual reality system. It will track a handheld unit’s location and perspective and use this information to find the location of a camera position in a virtual environment. Through a LCD screen on the handheld unit the user will see the virtual environment at the cameras location as if the handheld unit was a window into the virtual world. As the user moves the handheld unit around a table top sized environment the handheld unit’s actual and virtual perspective changes, allowing for different viewing angles of the virtual space.


Project specific success criteria

Project-Specific Success Criteria

  • An ability to communicate time stamp data using RF between the base unit and handheld unit.

  • An ability to display images to the LCD display.

  • An ability to estimate the angle and position of the handheld unit with respect to an origin point using accelerometer, gyroscope, compass, visual data, and ultrasonic data.

  • An ability to find angle displacement of the handheld unit’s front face relative to the IR beacon origin using mounted camera.

  • An ability to find distance from base to handheld unit using ultrasonic emitter and receiver.


Block diagram

Block Diagram


Environmental impact of viper

Environmental Impact of VIPER

  • Manufacture

    • Materials

  • Normal Use

    • Hazardous Leakage

    • Power Concerns

  • Disposal/Recycling

    • Proper disposal of various components


Environmental impact of viper manufacture

Environmental Impact of VIPER - Manufacture

  • Biggest issue during production is the inclusion of lead in the product and chemicals used during the manufacturing process.

  • Easy to fix

    • Use a manufacturer that is RoHS compliant and RoHS compliant components.

      • RoHS (Restrictions of Hazardous Substances)

        • Lead

        • Mercury

        • Cadmium

        • Hexavalent chromium

        • Polybrominated biphenyls

        • Polybrominateddiphenylsether

        • Acrylamide


Environmental impact of viper normal use

Environmental Impact of VIPER – Normal Use

  • LCD screen hazards

    • If broken the backlight of the LCD can release mercury

      • Use led backlights instead

  • Battery hazards

    • Possible leak or fire if exposed to extreme heat or abuse

      • Make it clear to treat the battery intelligently in manual

  • Power Hazards

    • Base Station does not have power saving mode

      • State that base station should be unplugged when not in use


Environmental impact of viper disposal recycling

Environmental Impact of VIPER - Disposal/Recycling

  • Disposal of the LCD screen

    • Make the LCD screen easily removable and give instructions in manual on how to find locations that recycle or properly dispose of them

  • Disposal of Battery

    • Make the battery easily removable and give instructions in manual on how to find locations that recycle or properly dispose of them

  • Remainder of Product

    • Give instruction on how to find a location that recycles or disposes of electronics


Ethical considerations of viper

Ethical Considerations of Viper

  • Possible effects on animals

    • May make it unattractive

  • How precise is the device

    • Limits markets

  • Making people sick

    • Warnings on extended use

  • Make cause accidents

    • Warn people to be aware of their surroundings


Questions

Questions?


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