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BEN HAWORTH

MSc Adaptive Architecture and Computation
Bartlett UCL 2011

ben_haworth@hotmail.com

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  1. A Visual Study of Breathing patterns

    using processing 

  2. Point spacing Vs. Maximum displacement Point spacing Vs. Maximum displacement
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    Point spacing Vs. Maximum displacement

  3. Graphing atmospheric noise
So yesterday I said that the BMP085 was giving a ‘tolerable amount of noise’ in the data, but I thought I should zoom in on that a little just to check what we mean by tolerable…
The graph here is showing a sample set of 24 readings and plotting them with an average, a min and a max:
Average: 101272.164 pa
Min: 101258.000 pa
Max: 101278.000 pa
Noise Range: 20.0 pa
Noise as a percentage of total: 0.02%
With a range of only 0.02%, this is incredibly reassuring within itself but I will have to check with the actuators to see what kind of range they are producing in relation to standard atmospheric pressure and whether this noise value has any impact. I am assuming not for now but we’ll see…
BUMPING in to George Profenza…
I had the good fortune to bump into George Profenza yesterday on a tea Break… I had a couple of residual issues interfacing the Barometer (below) with Processing Via Arduino. George kindly stepped in to resolve the problems… Thanks George!  Graphing atmospheric noise
So yesterday I said that the BMP085 was giving a ‘tolerable amount of noise’ in the data, but I thought I should zoom in on that a little just to check what we mean by tolerable…
The graph here is showing a sample set of 24 readings and plotting them with an average, a min and a max:
Average: 101272.164 pa
Min: 101258.000 pa
Max: 101278.000 pa
Noise Range: 20.0 pa
Noise as a percentage of total: 0.02%
With a range of only 0.02%, this is incredibly reassuring within itself but I will have to check with the actuators to see what kind of range they are producing in relation to standard atmospheric pressure and whether this noise value has any impact. I am assuming not for now but we’ll see…
BUMPING in to George Profenza…
I had the good fortune to bump into George Profenza yesterday on a tea Break… I had a couple of residual issues interfacing the Barometer (below) with Processing Via Arduino. George kindly stepped in to resolve the problems… Thanks George! 
    High Resolution

    Graphing atmospheric noise

    So yesterday I said that the BMP085 was giving a ‘tolerable amount of noise’ in the data, but I thought I should zoom in on that a little just to check what we mean by tolerable…

    The graph here is showing a sample set of 24 readings and plotting them with an average, a min and a max:

    • Average: 101272.164 pa
    • Min: 101258.000 pa
    • Max: 101278.000 pa
    • Noise Range: 20.0 pa
    • Noise as a percentage of total: 0.02%

    With a range of only 0.02%, this is incredibly reassuring within itself but I will have to check with the actuators to see what kind of range they are producing in relation to standard atmospheric pressure and whether this noise value has any impact. I am assuming not for now but we’ll see…

    BUMPING in to George Profenza…

    I had the good fortune to bump into George Profenza yesterday on a tea Break… I had a couple of residual issues interfacing the Barometer (below) with Processing Via Arduino. George kindly stepped in to resolve the problems… Thanks George! 


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