Poster Title

Plant Observation Device

Co-Author(s)

Jose Avalos Giraldo, Ryan Erickson, Idil Hershi, Jordan Hill, Wesley Kennedy, Trent Macomber

Research Mentor(s)

Aran Clauson

Affiliated Department

Communication Sciences and Disorders

Sort Order

47

Start Date

18-5-2017 12:00 PM

End Date

18-5-2017 3:00 PM

Document Type

Event

Abstract

The P.O.D. Project is responsible for automating the experiment by accumulating data without the need for constant manual monitoring. Current procedures require adding water and recording data by hand frequently, and simply do not allow for the degree of control over lighting that is desired. This software and hardware solution will streamline the experimental process for the WWU biology department. The instruments used will be controlled by a computer which will automatically regulate light and water delivery. It will simultaneously record data from multiple sensors including light, temperature, and a camera unit. This will cut down on measurement and maintenance time as well as increase the accessibility to new experimenters.

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Language

English

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Plant Observation Device

Communication Sciences and Disorders

The P.O.D. Project is responsible for automating the experiment by accumulating data without the need for constant manual monitoring. Current procedures require adding water and recording data by hand frequently, and simply do not allow for the degree of control over lighting that is desired. This software and hardware solution will streamline the experimental process for the WWU biology department. The instruments used will be controlled by a computer which will automatically regulate light and water delivery. It will simultaneously record data from multiple sensors including light, temperature, and a camera unit. This will cut down on measurement and maintenance time as well as increase the accessibility to new experimenters.