Just another Proton Particle microcontroller

First-year  MFA Interactive Design  student Kenrick Ramsay is cleaning MDF parts, recently cut with the Visible Futures Lab's ShopBot CNC Router.

First-year MFA Interactive Design student Kenrick Ramsay is cleaning MDF parts, recently cut with the Visible Futures Lab's ShopBot CNC Router.

The pieces will become an enclosure for a Proton Particle microcontroller, programmed to collect GPS data from the SVA Shuttle Bus Service. The microcontroller will then communicate with a printer to alert students to prepare for the shuttle's arrival.

The pieces will become an enclosure for a Proton Particle microcontroller, programmed to collect GPS data from the SVA Shuttle Bus Service. The microcontroller will then communicate with a printer to alert students to prepare for the shuttle's arrival.

The project is Kenrick's final for the Physical Computing and Code Literacy course offered in his department.

The project is Kenrick's final for the Physical Computing and Code Literacy course offered in his department.