FDR and the last post

Last Tuesday, the Flux team completed the FDR(Final Design Review). Dr. Goncher, our team coach, and Dr. Segal, represented the Harn Museum attended the meeting. We reviewed our work over the past year, from problem discovery, plan preparation, actual development,… Read More

Project Video!

FDR is a few days away, and we’ve just released our project video, looking back at what we’ve done in the past year and what changes we can bring for the Harn!

Poster & Deliverable

The team demonstrated and delivered the prototype to our liaison engineer, Matt, on Thursday. We talked about how the prototype works, customizable parameters, and potential improvements in the future. We will still make some changes to the prototype to improve… Read More

video filming & final function test

The team film footage for our video this week, including prototype and interface demonstrations, museum environment, and interviews with museum staff. We will show the function and significance of our products through the video, which is expected to be completed… Read More

Prototype Inspection Day & Users Testing

This Tuesday was our prototype inspection day, and the team presented our prototype, test plan, and improvement plan to the three committees. We received some helpful feedback, one of which was about our prototype’s user guide and tutorial. We improved… Read More

Museum-visitors testing

After two weeks of formal user testing, the team gathered lots of feedback and made some minor improvements. All members of the team met offline this week! We discussed the product with museum staff and collected their views. Since most… Read More

User Testing

This week, the team went back to the Harn to try setting up the Touchless Touchscreen prototype. Since it went smoothly this time around, we were able to start user testing this week! During user testing this week, we were… Read More

A Day at the Museum

This week, we went to the Harn Museum to start setting up the system to make sure everything worked for user testing. We had some hiccups with the code not running as expected on the touch tables that the Harn… Read More

QRB2, Final Prototype V.1, and Testing

The team just presented for QRB2 this week! Overall, we received positive feedback with constructive criticism to help with adjusting our test plans for user testing. In other news, we also finally have our first version of our prototype! We… Read More

The first prototype

It is a week (actually 4 days) away from our QRB2. This week, we completed our first basic prototype, and now we can control the cursor’s basic behavior using gestures. The tool we used to control the mouse is PyAutoGUI.… Read More