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Previous Classes


You can visit the wiki of previous MUC classes here.


Gallery of interesting links


The Pomegranate Phone


The Art of Prototyping Intelligent Appliances






IEEE Xplore - requires GTID and password to access

ACM Digital Library - requires GTID and password to access

Google Scholar

Georgia Tech Library's Web Localizer WAG the Dog - a very useful tool for finding papers




Arduino - electronics prototyping hardware

Wiring - electronics development hardware

Sensor Wiki - tutorials and information on sensors

Using WiiMote with Flash - good for anyone who wants to collect gesture data, while user is playing a game

Sparkfun Electronics - good for getting hardware to use for your projects.

Instructables - how-to's on many topics.

Digi-Key and Mouser - source for electronic components, small and large.

Ack Electronics - an electronic component store near the Georgia Tech campus.




See our lab's hardware resources page for details of available equipment.

Also take a look at our lab's howto pages for local how-to's.


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