Evolving primarily from the field of mechanical engineering, mechatronics involves mechanics, electronics, controls, and computer science.

This rapidly developing interdisciplinary field of engineering deals with the design of products whose function relies on the synergistic integration of mechanical, electrical, and electronic components connected by a control architecture.

The course, ENGR-4367, culminates with each group designing, constructing, and testing a unique mechatronic system. These reports document that work.

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Submissions from 2018

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Automated Farm Tunnels: Scaled Prototype, Axel Anderson, Bryan Granizo, and Samuel Studebaker

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RFID Controlled Door Lock, Brayden Burns, Daniel Dahlinger, Brian Guenther, and Trevor Johnson

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Multipurpose Iron Man Glove & Moveable Platform, Destinee Davis, João Marques, and Thomas Plantin

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Variable Input Pressure Regulator, Sean Farrell, Dupri Grimes, William McElvogue, and Nathan Richter

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Pyramid of Disco, Daniel Henkes and Molly McCullough

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Mechatronic Carnival, Caroline Kutach, Charlotte Liu, Nic Rodriguez, and Laura Wilson

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Articulated Robot Hand, Nick Lo Bue, Tanner Peterson, Sam Steup, and Andres Suarez-Domit

Submissions from 2016

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Smart Fan, Sang Choi and Shawn Sunday

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Mechalele (Self-Playing Ukulele), Timothy F. Davison, Arsenio Gonzalez, and Taylor Piske

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Wallarm, Amanda Dinh and Kate Walls

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A DJ Robot, Robert Hure and Josh King

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Heart Beat Monitor, Ivan Mireles and Sneha Pottian

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Campus Cruiser, Mikey Robison and Todd Edwards