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Edgerton Center Engineering Design Class 2010: Project Highlights

This summer's Edgerton Center Engineering Design class produced four awesome projects in four weeks:

- A functional RC quadrotor built with commonly-available RC equipment and an Arduino microcontroller board.

- A 4x3x(8x8) LED matrix screen capable, among other things, of playing accelerometer-based pong.

- An illuminated polycarbonate-based makeover of the DIY self-balancing scooter featured in 2007, also with functional steering.

- A lighter, faster, and more maneuverable Exkate-based electric longboard.

What did you do this summer??

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