Internet of Things at Stanford University

Submitted by DaveBakker on Mon, 04/09/2018 - 17:47

What Internet of Things projects are Stanford students developing? Stanford ME220 "Introduction to Sensors" is an introduction to the variety of sensors that are used in engineering practice. Students in this class get a comprehensive overview of common practices with sensors and learn the direction in which sensor technologies are heading. 

While not everyone is lucky enough to be a student at Stanford, you can still see the class project videos from the latest ME220 class. Many of the students were willing to share with us their class project videos. The students work together in teams to develop applications for sensors, and use PocketLab as their prototyping platform. You can see projects that measure your sleep quality, workout intensity, monitor elderly people for dangerous falls, train for sports, and more. 

Watch the class project videos here:

ME220 Spring 2017 Pocket Boxer

ME220 Spring 2017 JumpBit

ME220 Spring 2017 Quantitate your workout

ME220 Spring 2017 Sleep-Bit

ME220 Spring 2017 PocketNap

ME220 Spring 2017 Zap-a-Nap

ME220 Spring 2017 Manage your Workout

ME220 Spring 2017 ElderPal

ME220 Spring 2017 OmniSports

ME220 Spring 2017 iHop Jump Rope Scoring

ME220 Spring 2017 How do you Sleep?

ME220 Spring 2017 Sleep Quality Tracker

ME220 Spring 2017 Basketball Trainer

ME220 Spring 2017 FitnessFuze

ME220 Spring 2017 PinPongetLab

ME220 Spring 2017 HandQuake

ME220 Spring 2017 Granny Care

ME220 Spring 2017 PocketAlert

ME220 Spring 2017 Bike Buddy

ME220 Spring 2017 FreezeTrack for Parkinson's

ME220 Spring 2017 Sleepy Spy

ME220 Spring 2017 Lift Lab

 

 

 

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Sensor data used for jump rope workout
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