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Title: Jay Wells-ITGS Presentation


1
Surveillance of Potentially Dangerous Doorways
  • Jay Wells
  • March 9, 2010
  • Riverview High School

2
Criterion G
  • Major problem- Innocent people getting hit by
    doors
  • End-user Krystal Young, student at FGCU (Florida
    Gulf Coast University)
  • To play video, click the image to the right.

3
Criterion G Continued
  • I created a needs survey asking people to rate
    some questions about my topic
  • The graph to the right shows some data to has
    received

4
Criterion H
  • In criterion H, I began to brainstorm ideas for
    how to solve my problem
  • First Idea Heat sensor on the doorknob
  • Second and Chosen Idea Using a webcam as a
    motion-sensor

5
Criterion H Continued
  • I chose my second option because my first option
    was too complex and too expensive for repairs or
    equipment
  • Helpful website Click Here!

6
Criterion I
  • Using a program called Webcam Spy Pro, I was able
    to turn a simple webcam into a motion-sensing
    camera.

7
Criterion I continued
  • My hardware/software list consisted of
  • a computer (Pre-Owned)
  • a webcam (15.99)
  • software called Webcam Spy Pro
    (Free)
  • an audio alarm bit file (Free)

8
Criterion J
  • I created a questionnaire asking the testers how
    well the product worked and more
  • First Test Results Move the camera to a location
    where the door opening will not trigger the alarm

9
Criterion J Continued
  • Second Test Results Change the angle of the
    camera so the camera doesn't sense extra
    foot-traffic
  • Third Test Results The product is complete as
    can be due to limitations ( for example, lack of
    money)

10
Criterion K
  • Once the changes were completed, the system was
    able to solve the social and ethical issues
    attached to it, such as health/safety and legal
    issues

11
Criterion K Continued
  • If it were possible, I would make the following
    adjustments
  • Get a wireless webcam
  • Get better software, such as paid
    version of Webcam Spy Pro

12
The End
  • Surveillance of Potentially Dangerous Doorways
  • Jay Wells

13
Quiz Time
  • What is the major problem?
  • Who was my end-user?
  • What did my first idea/solution involve?
  • Which idea did I end up using?
  • What software did I use?

14
Quiz Time Continued
  • Name an item on my hardware/software list.
  • Name another item on my hardware/software list.
  • What was the major change in the second results
    of testing?
  • Name one change I would have liked to make in the
    product.
  • Who created this product?
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