Heart Beat Sensor Presentation

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  • Connor Swanson
    May 7, 2017 3:51 pm

    Great project, especially in a functional regard. Your Dad will love it. With some extra coats of paint it will end up looking much more finished. I would love to see an updated version. Overall great job, and proof of concept.

  • Colton Behr
    May 7, 2017 3:50 pm

    I thought the combination of the Harley aesthetic with something like this worked really well. It’s not a combination I would have thought of, but it worked out. I wonder if you could make this out of a different material that would hold paint better. However, I think the 3D printer material felt cool, and the orange paint seemed to stick to it just fine.

  • Oksana Schuppan
    May 5, 2017 11:19 pm

    The fact that you designed your project for your dad adds another amazing dimension to your project. How thoughtful and what a brilliant use of a semester! you did a phenomenal job capturing the smooth-edged Harley shape especially with no physical model to base your design off of. Looking forward to seeing another coat of black paint. Good work!

  • Katie Gresh
    May 5, 2017 2:35 pm

    Great project! I like the integration of the Harley theme with your Dad for a Father’s Day gift! The black and orange paint work really well to show the Harley aesthetic, and the rounded form matches the Harley body very well. Nice job!

  • Ryan Forsyth
    May 5, 2017 12:21 pm

    The case looks good! Good model paint can be found at McGuckin’s, it would probably stick better to the material. Would you consider using a screen that displays the heart rate instead of the three lights?

  • This was a cool project. I like the harley theme, that is something we haven’t seen before. The orange and black looks sleek, but you should look into chrome accents.

    Also, you should try to add a logo to it so that it looks more realistic.


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