Final Presentation: Dynamic Infinity Mirror

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Levi Cortright
May 10, 2017 11:10 pm

Your infinity mirror ended up looking really good. Some things that I would change would be adding in some brighter lights, matching the beat to music, or making a larger model. Great job on this project!

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Errol Romero
May 10, 2017 5:58 pm

I appreciate the use of the 3d printer. It looks like you really made us out of solidworks. I’m sure a project like this has a lot of small parts that needed to be placed very precisely. I was looking forward to this project all semester and really happy to see the final product. Really nice Job! I was not disappointed.

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Errol Romero
May 10, 2017 5:57 pm

I appreciate the use of the 3d printer. It looks like you really made us out of solidworks. I’m sure a project like this has a lot of small parts that needed to be placed very precisely. I was looking forward to this project all semester and really happy to see the final product. Rely nice Job! I was not disappointed.

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Marcus Gurule
May 9, 2017 4:28 pm

I really like how your project turned out. I have seen many examples of infinity mirrors but I have never seen one that has a dynamic element. I think you did a great job coding the LED lights even with your limited coding experience.

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Dean Alibrandi
May 7, 2017 5:45 pm

Your CAD drawings were great and I like how your manufacturing process of 3-D printing actually played into your aesthetic. Very unique project and I like how even though it may have been a bit out of your comfort zone you still were able to build a good high functioning product. The LED patterns you programmed were impressive and I like how the patterns were all really varied and never appeared to really repeat themselves. Great work!

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Katherine Yarnell
May 3, 2017 12:50 pm

Great job! This came out really well! It really has that futuristic look. It is very clear that you put in a lot of time in this project and it shows. Really great job!

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Hi Blake,
You really stayed on top of your schedule for the project, which is probably part of the reason it came out so well. I liked that your presentation focused on imperfections as well as with what went right. I agree that one power supply and a different kind of two-way mirror would make great additions to the project. Way to take some initiative and learn how to code in C++ for arduino! The glue on the front mirror is a bummer. They make special glue for acrylic, which could be good. Overall great job!

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Faisal Al Balushi
April 24, 2017 12:34 pm

Great work, and very nicely designed interior with the Arduinos and the moving arm. I like the lights inside that make the infinity mirror effect enhanced. Like discussed during the presentation, the implementation of the acrylic could be reiterated in order to make it look cleaner since it’s the way to see whats inside. Other than that it’s a great project!

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Olivia Watkins
April 24, 2017 12:15 pm

This came out so well ! Exactly how I imagined. Your futuristic sleek aesthetic is perfect. You put a lot of hard work in and it paid off !

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