Courses: Ubiquitous Computing

Ubiquitous Computing
As the cost of microcontrollers steadily decreases, intelligent devices have become more pervasive and diverse. Computing is no longer relegated to the familiar forms of input and display, and this course seeks to push the limits of this by developing composite systems of material and electronic intelligence. Using current methods of digital fabrication such as 3d printing and laser cutting, students will transform generic electronic components into highly specific computing devices. These devices will be designed for a specific site on campus to ultimately alter the way it is perceived, occupied, or used. Students with credit in DIGF-6A04, DIGF-6B11 may not take this course for credit.

Subject: Digital Futures
Departments: Graduate Studies
Academic Level: Graduate
Course Code: DIGF-6003
Last Updated: June-20-18 6:13 AM
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