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A Study on the Composition of the Presentation Remote Control Analysis a Tension of Presenter
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A Study on the Composition of the Presentation Remote Control Analysis a Tension of Presenter
Kim, Hyeonsik; Han, Kyuhwan; Yoon, Seokbeom; Chang, Eunyoung;
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 Abstract
In this study, the new model of presentation remote controller in which has improved the conventional function and deteceted the level of human's tension on a real time basis is suggested and tested. Existing presentation remote controller was just used turning the pages. But new model controls presentation and check tension level on real time using the smart phone's bluetooth interface. The proposed system is comprised with the PPG (Photo-Plethysmo-Graphy) sensor, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi modules. The configured system is to process (within 150 ms) the pulse signals of the presenter and stored the data. As a result, it can check and make up for the week presentation part and used as sources for improving self-confidence. This is the result obtained from the process of capstone design irregular course for 20 weeks of a graduate-to-be in four-year college.
 Keywords
Android;ATmega;Bluetooth;Capstone Design;PPG (photoplethysmography);WiFi;
 Language
Korean
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