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July 15, 2014 | First prototype for E2LP project

Embedded Engineering Learning Platform (E2LP) teaches the next generation of engineers

The E2LP is designed to give university students a multi-modal interface covering the complete process for embedded systems learning. It aims to make the learning process more attractive by using visualization and haptics technologies to illustrate the physics concepts implemented on electronic cards.

E2LP partners have completed their first prototype and presented it in research papers and presentations. The prototype brings together several innovations, including:

Task lamp with touchscreen

  • A touchscreen mounted on an articulated arm that localizes the camera
  • An association of robust sensors and accurate augmented reality algorithms
  • A haptic pen (using vibration and thermal feedback) localized in 3D

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