Videos - 2012
VideosCornell Cup USA, presented by Intel - Highlight Video - May 4-5, 2012
Check out our highlight video from the 2012 Cornell Cup USA, presented by Intel from Walt Disney World.
The next generation: Amazing student innovation and the Cornell Cup
Stewart Christie from Intel and David Schneider from Cornell talk to EDN's Suzanne Deffree about amazing engineering-student designs.
Cornell Cup USA, presented by Intel - Video Clips from May 4, 2012
Video clips from the first day of competition at the inaugural Cornell Cup USA, presented by Intel at Disney's Contemporary Resort Hotel.
HAWK @ Cornell Cup USA, presented by Intel Competition
Video of the Helicopter Aircraft Wielding Kinect (HAWK) project at the 2012 Cornell Cup USA embedded systems competition in Walt Disney World on May 4, 2012.
UMass Lowell's JouleCycle team at Cornell Cup USA, presented by Intel
Being battery-less, JouleCycle offers a bicycle for a game player to pedal to generate power that helps running the Atom board equipped with customized hardware and software.
Georgia Tech's GT Accessors at Cornell Cup USA, presented by Intel
Accessibility focuses on the degree to which people with disabilities can interact with the world around them. Unfortunately, most embedded applications (apps) for smartphones and tablets are not designed with accessibility in mind, especially for those with upper-body motor impairments. Imagine therefore the ability to expand access to technology if we provide alternative input interfaces to increase accessibility to tablet-based applications.
Penn's Kinecthesia team at Cornell Cup USA, presented by Intel
Kinecthesia is a wearable belt that can detect obstacles and alert the user to their location. The prototype was developed using a Microsoft Kinect for the obstacle detection and an array of vibration motors for the feedback system. When the user approaches an object while wearing the Kinesthesia, the belt subtly vibrates.
Columbia University's SWARM team at Cornell Cup USA, presented by Intel
Grunts and generals work together to map chemical hazards. There are numerous environments that for a myriad of reasons are inaccessible to human exploration. Our project plans on being a way to solve the problem of mapping out these environments by using a heterogeneous swarm of microcontroller controlled robots that autonomously take sensor readings and use this data to build a map of their environment.
Purdue's Incredible HUD at Cornell Cup USA, presented by Intel
The Incredible HUD (the device) is a novel approach to the subject of compact, portable heads-up displays. There is a growing need for compact, rugged and highly integrated augmented-reality displays that provide relevant and real-time information to the user.
University of Houston's Audio(G)Fusion at Cornell Cup USA, presented by Intel
Audio(G)Fusion integrates an Intel processor with an electric guitar. The user may alter audio filters using a touchscreen that is mounted to the body of the guitar. Once the user has configured a filter, they may assign the filter to a preset button to quickly enable or disable it while performing.
Southern Illinois at Carbondale's Hot Dawgs at Cornell Cup USA, presented by Intel
Our proposal is to use an Intel Atom processor and board to monitor a network of temperature sensors in each room. From the data gathered the processor will adjust vents in each room to allow optimal cooling or heating of a house on a room by room basis.
WPI's Interactive Multi-control Wheelchair team at Cornell Cup USA, presented by Intel
The aim of this project is to instrument a wheelchair with an intuitive control and navigation system that integrates voice recognition, face tracking, and hand gesture interpretation. It allows the user to easily select his or her preferred method of control depending on situational demands or personal needs.
CornellCast interviews David Schneider
David Schneider, academic coordinator of Cornell Cup USA presented by Intel, explains the education goals behind the new, national engineering competition taking place May 4-5 at Disney World.