3 September 2021
Design and Deployment of a Solar-Powered Outdoor Teaching Device
This workshop is an experiment in an unexplored realm of outdoor online teaching (OOT). During the workshop, the teacher will physically interact with each student group for only one hour a day. At other times, he will be in peripatetic, i.e., walking, transiting to other student groups while still being in contact with everyone using a device designed for the seminar.
This device, based on a Raspberry Pi Compute Module technology, will be powered solely by solar energy and use an electrophoretic (e-ink) display for communication of visual content from students to the teacher. The emphasis, however, will be put on communication using spoken, versed, or chanted words, codes, and algorithms.
In the meantime, each student group accompanied by one student assistant will try to create a more developed replica of the teaching artifact. To attain that goal, students will extend and perfect their skills and knowledge in collaborative making (f.e., PCB printing, soldering, laser-cutting, 3D printing), programming embedded systems, network communication, encryption, programming, and collaborative work.
Prof. Dr. Daniel Hromada
EUR 430: Course fee
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