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Team 26 Freshmen Design Project R.E.M. Alarm Clock Jonathan Schimpf (captain) Brian Robinson Jonathan Salkind Hrisovalantis (Dino) Staparounas.

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1 Team 26 Freshmen Design Project R.E.M. Alarm Clock Jonathan Schimpf (captain) Brian Robinson Jonathan Salkind Hrisovalantis (Dino) Staparounas

2 Team 26 Freshmen Design Project Advisors: Technical Advisors: Dr. Nihat Bilgutay Eric Gallo Humanities Advisors: Professor Lisa Farley Professor Andrew McCann R.E.M. Alarm Clock

3 Team 26 Freshmen Design Project R.E.M. Alarm Clock: Overview  R.E.M. Alarm Clock… –What is it? –Why do we need it? –How does it work?  Production –The Design –Headband –Base  State-of-the-Art –Pseudoscience –Homeopathic  Expandability –Future Visions  Costs  Conclusion  Questions & Answers 1

4 Team 26 Freshmen Design Project R.E.M. Alarm Clock: Overview  R.E.M. Alarm Clock… –What is it? –Why do we need it? –How does it work?  Production –The Design –Headband –Base  State-of-the-Art –Pseudoscience –Homeopathic  Expandability –Future Visions  Costs  Conclusion  Questions & Answers 2

5 Team 26 Freshmen Design Project R.E.M. Alarm Clock: What is it?  Minimizes deep sleep interruption –monitors sleep –detects optimal waking time within user-defined window –wakes accordingly 3

6 Team 26 Freshmen Design Project R.E.M. Alarm Clock: Overview  R.E.M. Alarm Clock… –What is it? –Why do we need it? –How does it work?  Production –The Design –Headband –Base  State-of-the-Art –Pseudoscience –Homeopathic  Expandability –Future Visions  Costs  Conclusion  Questions & Answers 4

7 Team 26 Freshmen Design Project R.E.M. Alarm Clock: Why do we need it?  Sleep Problems –Oversleeping –Grogginess  Health Consequences –[DETAILS HERE] 5

8 Team 26 Freshmen Design Project R.E.M. Alarm Clock: Overview  R.E.M. Alarm Clock… –What is it? –Why do we need it? –How does it work?  Production –The Design –Headband –Base  State-of-the-Art –Pseudoscience –Homeopathic  Expandability –Future Visions  Costs  Conclusion  Questions & Answers 6

9 Team 26 Freshmen Design Project R.E.M. Alarm Clock: How does it work?  The best time to wake –The sleep cycle [GRAPHIC]  The four stages  Alpha/Beta vs. Delta/Theta  Electroencephalogram (EEG) 8

10 Team 26 Freshmen Design Project R.E.M. Alarm Clock: Overview  R.E.M. Alarm Clock… –What is it? –Why do we need it? –How does it work?  Production –The Design –Headband –Base  State-of-the-Art –Pseudoscience –Homeopathic  Expandability –Future Visions  Costs  Conclusion  Questions & Answers 9

11 Team 26 Freshmen Design Project R.E.M. Alarm Clock: The Design brain waves ↓ HEADBAND ↓ radio transmission ↓ BASE ↓ Interpret ↓ wake 11

12 Team 26 Freshmen Design Project R.E.M. Alarm Clock: Overview  R.E.M. Alarm Clock… –What is it? –Why do we need it? –How does it work?  Production –The Design –Headband –Base  State-of-the-Art –Pseudoscience –Homeopathic  Expandability –Future Visions  Costs  Conclusion  Questions & Answers 12

13 Team 26 Freshmen Design Project R.E.M. Alarm Clock: Headband - Summary  Components: –Athletic Sweatband –Two Electrodes –Radio Transmitter –Power Supply 13  Considerations: –Size –Placement –Power Specifications –Safety

14 Team 26 Freshmen Design Project R.E.M. Alarm Clock: Headband – Data Acquisition  One brand electrode –Size: –Placement: –Power Draw: N/A –Safety:  Potential Difference 14

15 Team 26 Freshmen Design Project R.E.M. Alarm Clock: Headband – Data Transmission  RADIOTRONIX RCT-418-AS Radio Frequency Transmitter –Size: 0.25” X 0.4” X 0.1” –Placement: Anywhere –Power Draw: V 5 mA 5 mA –Safety: Aluminum shielding Insignificant amounts of RF radiation  Specifications: –Frequency: 418 MHz –Range: 600’ –Data Rate: 4800 baud –Compliance: FCC / ETSI 15

16 Team 26 Freshmen Design Project R.E.M. Alarm Clock: Headband – Power  RADIO SHACK CR2450 –Size: –Placement: anywhere –Power Supply: 3V 600 mAh –Safety: no concern  Enclosure  Wiring 16 ?catalog%5Fname=CTLG&category%5 Fname=CTLG%5F004%5F004%5F001 %5F001&product%5Fid=23%2D105

17 Team 26 Freshmen Design Project R.E.M. Alarm Clock:

18 Team 26 Freshmen Design Project R.E.M. Alarm Clock: Overview  R.E.M. Alarm Clock… –What is it? –Why do we need it? –How does it work?  Production –The Design –Headband –Base  State-of-the-Art –Pseudoscience –Homeopathic  Expandability –Future Visions  Costs  Conclusion  Questions & Answers 18

19 Team 26 Freshmen Design Project R.E.M. Alarm Clock: Base – Summary  Standard Alarm Clock  Plus… –Time Window Buttons  Window Begin  Window End (Threshold) –RF Receiver –Sleep Signal Interpreter  BERP – The Brainwave EEG RF Processor 19

20 Team 26 Freshmen Design Project R.E.M. Alarm Clock: Base – Standard Alarm Clock  LED Display  AM/FM Tuner  Alarm (radio/buzzer option)  Standard Buttons –Time set –Hour –Minute –Snooze 20

21 Team 26 Freshmen Design Project R.E.M. Alarm Clock: Base – Time Window  Option 1 –Window Begin –Window End  Option 2 –Alarm Set –Snooze 20

22 Team 26 Freshmen Design Project R.E.M. Alarm Clock: Base –Data Acquisition  RF Receiver –RADIOTRONIX RCR-418-RP –Power Draw: 5v 4.5 mA 4.5 mA –Frequency: 413 MHz –Data Rate: 4800 baud –Reception bandwidth: 3 MHz –Range: 300’  A/D Converter –Brand, model –Power Draw: 22

23 Team 26 Freshmen Design Project R.E.M. Alarm Clock: Base – “Sleep Genie” Hardware  Processor –ZILOG Z8400BPS Z80B  Processor Speed: 6.00 MHz  Bus Speed: 6.00 MHz  FPU?  Memory? 23

24 Team 26 Freshmen Design Project R.E.M. Alarm Clock: Base – “BERP” Software  Interprets digital signal  Analyzes & determines sleep stage  Remembers previous stage  Compensates for signal errors 24

25 Team 26 Freshmen Design Project R.E.M. Alarm Clock: The Design 10 MethodScores SimplicityComfortEffectivenessSafetyTOTAL Muscle Tension (EMG) Eye Movement (EOG)12238 Brain Activity (EEG) Heart Rate (EKG)442515

26 Team 26 Freshmen Design Project R.E.M. Alarm Clock: Overview  R.E.M. Alarm Clock… –What is it? –Why do we need it? –How does it work?  Production –The Design –Headband –Base  State-of-the-Art –Pseudoscience –Homeopathic  Expandability –Future Visions  Costs  Conclusion  Questions & Answers 25

27 Team 26 Freshmen Design Project R.E.M. Alarm Clock: State-of-the-Art – Pseudoscience Harmonic Sleep CD ($16.95) - Inaudible Relaxation Frequencies com/tb801cd.html Delta Sleep System ($19.95) -Brain Trainers Shining Moon Sleep Enhancer ($139.95) -Cerebral Cortex Manipulation 26

28 Team 26 Freshmen Design Project R.E.M. Alarm Clock: State-of-the-Art – Homeopathic Sunrise Alarm Clock with White Noise ($134.95) -Light, not noise com/72016.html com/le107.html Chemical ($ $41.95) -”Sleep Tight” -5-HTP Serotonic 27

29 Team 26 Freshmen Design Project R.E.M. Alarm Clock: Overview  R.E.M. Alarm Clock… –What is it? –Why do we need it? –How does it work?  Production –The Design –Headband –Base  State-of-the-Art –Pseudoscience –Homeopathic  Expandability –Future Visions  Costs  Conclusion  Questions & Answers 28

30 Team 26 Freshmen Design Project R.E.M. Alarm Clock: Expandability – Future Visions  Multiple headbands –Separate frequency –Separate window  Sleep journal –Records times of sleep cycles  Baby monitor –Parent will know best time to wake child  Wristband –Monitors heart rate 29

31 Team 26 Freshmen Design Project R.E.M. Alarm Clock: Overview  R.E.M. Alarm Clock… –What is it? –Why do we need it? –How does it work?  Production –The Design –Headband –Base  State-of-the-Art –Pseudoscience –Homeopathic  Expandability –Future Visions  Costs  Conclusion  Questions & Answers 30

32 Team 26 Freshmen Design Project R.E.M. Alarm Clock: Costs - Budget  TBA 31

33 Team 26 Freshmen Design Project R.E.M. Alarm Clock: Conclusion 32  Background Information… –What it is, –Why we need it, –How it works.  Product –Headband –Base

34 Team 26 Freshmen Design Project R.E.M. Alarm Clock: Questions? 33


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