SmartWindow was developed by Ben Dokko, Kevin Huynh, Mitch Olson, and Simon Xu as part of the University of California, Berkeley Mechanical Engineering 102 (ME102) design project. Conceived through the course of Fall 2009, the team spent 15 weeks designing, manufacturing, and coding the SmartWindow.
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|SmartWindow is a rotating polarized window that allows in an optimal amount of light based on light detection and user input. Constructed with polycarbonate window panes and coded in Arduino, SmartWindow aims to serve as a foundation for an energy-saving, sustainable window concept. The project was conceived within the ME102 senior design course at the University of California, Berkeley during Fall of 2009.|
|Ben Dokko, Kevin Huynh, Mitch Olson, & Simon Xu
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