Viotar/Proof of concept

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<div style="position:relative; top:.25em; font-size:100%">'''<br/>William Schattevoet<br/>David Duwaer<br/>Eric Backx<br/> Arjan de Visser'''</div>
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Revision as of 12:13, 23 March 2011

Realisation and Proof of concept


William Schattevoet
David Duwaer
Eric Backx
Arjan de Visser


Subpages:


Main page

Working principle of the violin and predicting it’s behavior

Ways to exite the string

Hardware Design

Software Design (Quantifying the signal we want to see)

Realisation and Proof of concept

Patent Research

Background information: Interview with Hendrick Zick

Recommendations


Welcome


After al the designing was done the actual Viotar was assembled. All the part were ordered and put together. The results are viewed on this page. |}
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