After the research with the basic knowledge with RFID tags. We decided to take advantage of the wireless feature of the tags to build an interactive sound project. We built a glove with the arduino, wave shield, RFID reader and the speaker. We put RFID tags into different acrylic cubes. In this way, when you put on and glove and touch different cubes, you will heard different sound. The code can be downloaded from the link: https://www.dropbox.com/s/p660scfja01fsbm/rfid_sound.rtf
Hi, my name is Xiaoqi. I am from China. I have a bachelor’s degree in Chemistry. After I graduated, I realized that I wasn’t that into research and I had loved design since I was little. So I went to Pratt. There I spent two years learning Graphic Design. After diving into the design field, I wish I could have more capabilities to accomplish my ideas about design. That’s the reason I chose DT. I didn’t have any experience in Arduino before but I do have some electrical knowledge which I hope will help me in this class. I am really excited about what will happen in this semester. I am sure I will enjoy it very much!