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This project aims to create an amphibious rover to aid in the search and discovery of persons during disasters.
The intent of the project was to create a radio telescope capable of mapping hydrogen in the galaxy and teaching young, aspiring astronomers how different (non-optical) types of telescopes are constructed.
A multi-sensory, artistic, and interactive light emitting diode (LED) panel with the capability to engage people of all ages
The device is designed to aid in facilitating a safer, faster, and more efficient method to dislodge a deep impacted fetal head cesarean section.
Black Lodge Design Lab’s Cellulose Nano insulation material is a student project developed through the course, Experimental Materials Lab, in the Product Design program at the University of Oregon.
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Create a test enclosure and electronic circuit to measure the turbidity of water.
an open source ROV (Remotely Operated Vehicle) that is more robust than other cheaper underwater robots but still less expensive than industrial grade equipment.
The Trinity Firefighting Competition is a robotics competition in which participating teams build autonomous, maze-navigating robots capable of finding a fire and putting it out.
Ugene is a nascent cooperative design and manufacturing initiative being developed by four faculty members from different units in the School of Architecture and Allied Arts.
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