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==Hardware==
 
==Hardware==
  
How many buzzers should a hub connect to?
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*How many buzzers should a hub connect to?
Which microcontroller
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*Which microcontroller
Which battery
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*Which battery
Which communication
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*Which communication
Buzzer?  
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*Buzzer?  
Leds?
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*Leds?
  
 
==Software==
 
==Software==

Revision as of 13:58, 24 March 2011

Hardware

  • How many buzzers should a hub connect to?
  • Which microcontroller
  • Which battery
  • Which communication
  • Buzzer?
  • Leds?

Software

One extensible way of doing it is for the hubs to have some form of language for defining a lesson. E.g simple statements like.

Wait 10 secs Listen for button response Listen for server response Send button press to server If button 4 pressed last light green led and sound buzzer

Obviously this would be in opcode fashion to save space.


Owner

The lucky person in charge of building designing the Teacher Module