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Research Avometer history and technology. [E]
Creating Three-Dimensional Sound Using Mono Audio Recordings [E]
Demonstrate that simple materials can be used to protect an RFID tag or card from being read by an RFID reader. [E]
Test whether a homemade piece of customized circuitry could create and used to reduce eating speed. [P] [P]
A real-time object recognition algorithm for commercial mobile smartphones for the blind. [P]
Measure the electromagnetic fields produced by RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) transmitters and determine the safety risks of RFID transmitter radiation. [E]
Build a Nipkow scanning disk and demonstrate a mechanical television system. [E]
Study accuracy of calculators. [E]
Determine if inexperienced video game players perform better with abstract control schemes or controls built using natural mapping. [E]

Compare Barcode Scanning Performance: Laser vs. Linear CMOS Technologies [E] [E]
Determine the amount of MP3 data compression that is acceptable in different genres of digital audio music recordings. [E]
Determine if increasing the number of pixels makes a video game character look better. [E]
A Comparative Study of Headphones / Earphones for MP3 Players [E]
Build a Laser Beam Burglar Alarm [E] [E]
Amazon Kindle vs. Sony Reader: Which is best for your money? [E]
How Digital Clocks Work [E]
Investigate the CCD: Heart of the Digital Camera and other Optical Devices [E] [P]
How do speakers work? Build Your Own Loudspeaker. [E] [P]
Examine how CDs are protected against scratches and markings. [E] [E]
Build a Linen Diaphragm Speaker [E]
Build an Active Speaker [E]
Determine the ratio between the oil and the electrically charged particles in electronic paper. [E]
The Effect of Run Time on the Electrical Resistance of an Alternating Current (AC) Carbon Arc [E]
Build and test a wire recorder. [E]
Make an acoustic guitar pickup using the piezoelectric transducer from a simple electronic buzzer. [E]
Compare linear vs. logarithmic potentiometers for controlling signals. [E]
Determine the maximum "recording density" for storing digitized information using a grid of bar magnets. [E]
Construct a digital telescope utilizing tomography [E]
Converting Ambient Sound into Electric Energy by Utilizing a Dynamic Cone Speaker [E]
The effect of distance on radiation power emitted by various types of cell phones (health hazard) [E] [E]
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