Team: Vincent Wang, Veena Chandran, and Karthik Kribakaran
Abstract: We propose to write a single player game for the LPC1115 Microprocessor (modeled after the popular arcade game ‘Cyclone’). The game involves the LEDs lighting up sequentially in a circular pattern, and the objective is to press the push-button precisely when the light passes a certain point on the circle. Our version of the game will involve 5 rounds, where the speed at which the LEDs light up increases each round.
Abstract: We propose to write a one player game (Breakout!) for the LPC1115 Microprocessor and an 8x8 LED Matrix Display. The game will use the left and right push buttons to control a paddle (2 dots wide) that moves across the lowest row of the 8x8 LED matrix and a bouncing ball will start in the center of the grid, where it will drop down towards the paddle. The center button will reset the game.
Abstract: Our project proposal consists of taking in audio file input with the LPCXPresso 1115 and pass the audio input to an external peripheral: an FFT chip. The FFT chip will act as the intermediate step between the audio file input and the corresponding LED flashing on the board. Our application will allow for any input audio file to be converted into an LED light show on the board.
Abstract: We propose to construct a functioning modem that will convert ASCII characters into audio signals which are transmitted by a piezo buzzer. A microphone will record the signals and process them, recovering the encoded information.
Abstract: We propose to create a color to music player which takes the user specified color and then displays the color on the LED and plays a musical tone at the sound frequency mapped to that color. The device can convert the color to a tone directly or plays through a tape of colors.
Abstract: We propose to create a vertical drawing robot using the LPC1115 Microprocessor. The robot will attach to flat backboard and hang vertically. The LPC1115 will use an Arduino motorshield to drive two stepper motors that will control the robot’s pen.
Abstract: Create a basic arithmetic calculator that takes inputs from a selection of switches and gives the outputs to an LCD Display. The user will be able to add, multiply, subtract, and divide numbers, as well as clear and backspace their input.