LTF here again for another blog post.

Big week this week as we got Cardiovascular Engineering exam while we continued to work on theme stuff. There was also the DIP product launch presentations this week. DIP is basically the 3.007 equivalent for ZJU students, but for their final year students. While most theme members attended the product launch, Aditya, Jordan and I went to Xi’an! As I was recording video clips for Design Fiction homework, I got a lot of clips which I eventually compiled to cool vids. Full sequence below.

1) WORK: Exam Work Here, Theme Work There

Last minute cramming. Happens even in ZJU. Happens even when exam is open book.

Ugh cardboard mess.

When I grow up, I want to be a Gundam.

LED Arduino gauge displaying Wei Jun’s meditation and attention levels. Cool stuff.

Prof Xu checking on our weekly progress. He is a great guy.

2) DIP: {“SUTD”: 3.007 , ”ZJU”:”DIP”}

Credits to Wei Jun for the photos.

Meet the Prof Sun, the man of the hour. Course lead for DIP and also director for ALP.

There was an African drum performance by our SUTD students. Good stuff.

Some students from Office Forest theme had to join the DIP teams for their project. Tiring.

Since there is a shot of Vincent, here is a mandatory shot of Stella.

3) XI’AN: Magical Place

IMPORTANT NOTE: Video files were too big so I had to upload it onto Youtube. Check it out in the links. USE EARPHONES + 720P AND ABOVE FOR MAXIMUM EFFECT.

#A E S T H E T I C S

华山 a BEAST of a mountain

西安 Nightlife

Mandatory trip to visit the Terracotta Warriors. It was extremely touristy but no choice it is a must do in Xi’an.

Cycling along the ancient walls within the city. Final stretch! Walked 3km, cycled 9km.


That’s all for this week. LTF signing off.

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Team members: Ang Wei Jun / Jway Jin Jun / Kevin Tan Kang Rui / Lam Teng Foong / Suen Hung Ying, Sidney / Tay Renjie / Teo Si-yan When humans think and feel, small electric signals zip from neuron to neuron. These signals can be detected in specific regions of the brain through a technique known as electroencephalograph (EEG). Group M, a mixture of aspiring EPD and ISTD students, aims to come up with a product that leverages on EEG technology. The desired outcome is a Brain Machine Interface (BMI) , in which a person can control the output of the device (such as an eletrical wheel chair) through mental thought alone. Stay tuned to our our blog as we share our latest developments as well as other exciting things we will be doing during ALP!


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