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50 Senior Project Ideas That Will Inspire You
Senior project is a long-awaited experience for many high schoolers. The anticipation can lead to a lot of uncertainty on what exactly to do, however. After years of looking forward to this opportunity, many students get so caught up in looking for the perfect idea that they can’t make a decision.
If you’re looking for original and inspiring senior project ideas, this is just the place for you. Read on for suggestions related to a wide variety of interests, from medicine to marketing to environmentalism.
What is a Senior Project?
A senior project allows high school students to explore whatever interests them through experiential learning. Students normally design and implement their own projects from start to finish. These projects often occur in the second semester of senior year, and can involve time off from regular classes.
Senior project ideas include everything from future careers to special talents to community service projects, and can range from research to hands-on activities. One of the great benefits of senior projects is that students can apply their acquired skills and knowledge to a project they’re passionate about, while also gaining greater insight into their particular interest.
High schoolers can also build essential life skills by participating in a senior project, such as long-term planning and time management.
50 Inspiring Senior Project Ideas
While many schools will have a list of suggested senior project ideas, they don’t always have one that lines up with a student’s interests, and the best senior projects generally involve a subject or area the student is enthusiastic about. If you’re looking for an engaging and exciting senior project idea, look no further—below are 50 senior project ideas spread across 11 areas of interest to inspire you.
- Volunteer on the campaign of a local political candidate, or work in the office of a local representative.
- Write op-eds and articles for your local newspaper on issues you truly care about.
- Start a mock senate to give your fellow students a simulated experience with the business of the U.S. Senate and a better understanding of how a bill becomes a law.
- Define a local problem, the political situation around it, what interest groups and lobbyists have a stake in it and what their positions are. Then, discuss potential solutions, or what it would take for there to be progress on the issue.
- Organize the creation of a mural at your school or local community to highlight a memorable moment in local history.
- Take portraits of meaningful life milestones (engagement, wedding, senior photos) for low-income families who might otherwise not be able to afford it.
- Start a painting class for kids from low-income homes who may not have easy access to art supplies.
- Make a documentary about a lesser-known part of local history.
- Put on a production of a play you wrote yourself to call attention to issues such as racial discrimination and body image.
- Create a curriculum for teaching seniors how to use a computer/internet and circulate it to local nursing homes and retirement communities.
- Organize volunteers to mentor adults without high school diplomas and help them graduate.
- Work with local business people to create a series of workshops teaching vital job skills to people out of work.
- Construct a “ Little Free Library Box ” in a neighborhood where access to libraries and books is limited.
- Go through the process of changing a school policy that many students disagree with.
- Work with your local senior center or retirement home to teach a foreign language to their members/residents—you’re never too old to learn!
- Volunteer to assist in an ESL (English as a second language) class, or mentor non-native speakers one-on-one.
- Develop a website or app where people can find language partners to practice with.
- Act as a translator at school or in a local business, or translate documents/media that are read by a significant immigrant population
- If your school serves a large percentage of non-English or non-native English speakers, petition your school to become more inclusive by also providing documents in the predominant language spoken.
- Help translate for patients at a doctor’s office with a significant immigrant population.
- Define a community health problem and develop solutions, working with local officials and medical professionals (for example, obesity, diabetes, drug use, etc.).
- Coordinate a free health screening event with medical professionals for at-risk and underserved community members.
- Investigate the accessibility of healthcare in your community by interviewing a diverse selection of residents, and writing a paper on your findings, or creating a documentary.
- Work with a local nonprofit or business to better understand what it takes to thrive in today’s economy.
- Start a business—conduct market research, develop a product or service, and sell it.
- Identify a local economic issue and develop solutions, working with local representatives and organizations who can make a difference (for example, homelessness, hunger, inaccessible healthcare, low minimum wage, etc.)
- Help a local business with their accounting or record keeping. Tech-savvy students might even upgrade an old business, transferring them from pen-and-paper bookkeeping to a program like Quickbooks.
- Create a social marketing campaign for your local animal shelter to raise awareness and find homes for pets.
- Start your own blog on a topic that you’re passionate about and write SEO-optimized content, or start a blog for a local business or non-profit.
- Intern for a local magazine or newspaper.
- Research the impact of the media on your community during a local or national election.
- Work with your high school Amnesty International Club to create materials like pamphlets and posters to raise awareness of human rights issues.
- Work with the local government to create a space for a community garden.
- Create a documentary to teach people about environmental issues in your community.
- Work with your school cafeteria to implement changes that reduce food waste, like introducing compost or switching to biodegradable trays.
- Organize an event to clean up a local park or woodland (you can take it a step further and even make it a hike or a run to pick up trash; there’s actually a trend called “plogging” when you jog and pick up trash)
- Work in the lab of a local professor to research a topic that you’re passionate about.
- Develop an app for simplifying school communication.
- Act as a teaching assistant for your STEM teacher at school, helping students during labs, developing supplemental materials, or holding review sessions.
- Build a website that changes an industry—Facebook, WordPress, and Dell were all founded by undergraduates, and Google began as a Ph.D. research program.
- Develop a plan for building mountain bike trails, organize volunteers, and demonstrate the economic impact they’ll have on the community.
- Organize a new club for an unrepresented sport at your school, like rock climbing or fencing.
- Offer a service that pairs high-energy dogs whose owners can’t give them enough exercise with runners looking for a canine training partner.
- Volunteer to coach a Special Olympics team.
- Found a group that exposes athletic opportunities to people who might otherwise not experience them—for example, taking inner-city kids backpacking.
- Take your love of shopping and do good by organizing a squad of shoppers that picks up groceries and medicine for the elderly.
- Gather a group to make and distribute holiday gifts for kids in the hospital.
- Set up a ride service that takes the elderly to and from doctors’ appointments.
- Serve meals at the local homeless shelter, or work with a local restaurant to help feed the homeless.
- Plan and put on a low-key party for children on the autism spectrum who can find some festivities overwhelming.
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Eric Hee is one of the SU students who worked on a path-breaking solar project with PACCAR.
Story by:Amy Haedt A man from Japan, a man from China, a man from France, a man from Hawaii and a man from Washington all walk into a truck factory… What's the punch line? The amazing truth is there is no punch line. This is a truly international SU Project Center team, working on a truly innovative solar power project with Kenworth Truck Company that will mark the company's truck production plant in Renton as one of the largest non-utility scale photovoltaic (PV) solar arrays in the state.
Electrical and Computer Engineering students Junya Motoike, Siyu Zhang, Christopher Rabotin, Eric Hee and Don Sable have been charged with creating a design for a series of solar panels to be installed on the top of a building on the PACCAR/Kenworth campus in Renton, Washington. "Drivers on I-405 will be able to look out their windows and see one of the largest PV systems in the state of Washington." says Kenworth Truck Company project sponsor, Facilities Engineer Frank Churchill.
"The goal of the project is to offset the annual energy consumed by the PACCAR Technology Center," says Electrical and Computer Engineering Professor Henry Louie. "To do this requires a 36 kilowatt installation, consisting of over 190 PV panels," Louie adds. Seattle University currently has an array that produces 5.3 kW of power. The peak output of the Kenworth system will be nearly 7 times that of the SU system. "The largest challenge with this project was to learn about solar panels and how a system of PV arrays work," says Christopher Rabotin of France. "The international composition of our project team was really a great experience," adds Don Sable. "We have a lot of different cultural perspectives, but we learned about valuable technology that we can each bring to our future careers regardless of the country where we are employed." "Germany, for example, produces the most solar power in the world. It's heavily subsidized," says Louie. "In the US we must make the business case that the recovered energy justifies the investment," adds Churchill. He continues, "Energy costs increased 3.8 percent in the month of April alone. If this system can result in direct transmission to the facility, the cost savings on energy may be quite tangible."
Patient Data Tracking Using RFID Technology
Team ECE 08.05 Sponsor: Philips Medical Systems Collaborating Senior Design Team Members: Riley Higa, Andrew Kurniadi, Min Kyeong Lee, Robert Nguon, and Mark John Merin.
Philips Medical Systems and the Seattle University's Electrical & Computer Engineering Team collaborate on the development of a process of automation of patient data entry in hospitals and diagnostic ultrasound clinics using RFID Technology.
Traditionally, hospital patients are identified by wristbands, medical notes are physically carried from place to place, and schedules are hastily rewritten as things change. Mix-ups can result in patients having the wrong records, the wrong drugs being administered, and even the wrong surgery being performed.
In support of Philips Healthcare's commitment to quality patient care our team designed, built, and presented an innovative RFID solution using:
- Texas Instruments microprocessor -controller.
- Designing and building of a miniaturized printed loop antenna.
- Advanced Encryption Standard 256 bit keys for personal data security.
- Compression Algorithm based on a combination LZ77 and Huffman Coding to store the quantity of data on the tag.
- The design was completed well within the original budget.
ONBOARD VEHICLE DATA ADAPTER
Team ECE 08.04 Sponsor: Paccar
In modern business models, data is key to increased competitiveness and profits. PACCAR Inc. wishes to acquire more data about the functioning of their trucks in day-to-day work in order to improve fleet productivity, accountability, and profitability The goal was to add more features to the existing Bluetooth Data Link Adapter built last year by SU design team ECE07.5. The final device has to be able to collect, store and send real-time heavy duty trucks' data such as speed, acceleration, battery potential, etc.
Hardware Work In order to design the general schematic of our project, we used a software called Express PCB. It is composed of two different applications: ·ExpressSCH to design schematics ·ExpressPCB to design the layout board
Dr. Moser (Faculty Project Advisor),Mark Fredrickson (Liaison Engineer), Fabio Florez, Eliott Cahen,Gina Castro Marine Pennaguer,Trent Styrcula, Not in the picture: Rob Branson & Rusty Lhamon (Sponsor Liaison)
Sky High Energy Harvesting
TEAM ECE 08.01 Sponsor: The Boeing Company
Everyone wants to save on fuel costs. Whether it's an automobile, a home gas furnace, or a Boeing 787 caring 35,000 gallons of fuel. Fuel efficiency is a priority. Just ask the Boeing and Seattle University team where their daily challenges lies in the application of a new developing technology to convert temperature gradients, those differences in temperature found between the inside and the outside of an airplane, into electricity. Their goal: design a solution to harvest electricity at a capacity to powering electrical devices in the passenger cabins of commercial aircrafts.
The Boeing Company is at the heart of modern aviation and space travel. The principal areas of Boeing operations include commercial airplanes, military aircraft, defense missile systems, and space and satellite communications. The Boeing Systems Concept Center and Seattle University have common goals. "We focus our work on products that Boeing manufactures today as well as products for tomorrow's customer," said Boeing Liaison Engineer "We're always looking at futuristic design concepts and finding new and innovative ways to implement ideas."
Aircraft, especially at high altitude, are subject to large temperature gradients. Our team researched and designed methods to exploit these temperature gradients using thermoelectric devices that convert the thermal energy to electrical energy. The purpose is to reduce the weight of the airplane (eg the copper wiring) by distributing these harvesting power supplies throughout the aircraft.
Boeing Green Sky Thinking
The aerospace giant hopes to blaze a cleaner trail with its Dreamliner – it uses 20 per cent less fuel than most jets and is developing a light aircraft prototype powered by hydrogen fuel cells. If Boeing finds a way to make the hydrogen fuel cells lighter, cheaper and more powerful, the new technology could represent a radical breakthrough within the commercial aviation industry. It is an initiative by the world's aircraft maker to develop alternative fuels at a time when the price of jet fuel is soaring and amid growing environmental concerns.
One of the purposes for developing energy harvesting systems is to reduce the amount of copper power cables in an aircraft by placing small energy harvesting power supplies near the point of use. The harvested energy has the potential to power simple aircraft cabin systems such as convenience lights, reading and call lights, or electronically tinted windows. Another possible application of the harvested energy is to store the energy in rechargeable batteries for later use. These developments could lead to patentable intellectual property as well.
One of the challenges facing our team was developing a conditioning system to boost the low voltage outputs of the thermoelectric devices, typically in the range of 0.4 - 0.7 volts, to a more usable voltage capable of powering electronics. Other constraints where weight, extreme conditions and strains such as vibration and changing temperature gradients.
GPU Based Image Processing Real-Time JPEG Codec
Team ECE 07.03 Sponsor: Philips Medical Systems
Philips Medical Systems teams up with Seattle University to develop a new JPEG encoding process to save cost and improve reliability of it's ultrasound machines.
Our team accomplished the goal by transferring the processing load of encoding JPEG files from higher cost Application Specific Integrated Circuits (ASIC) to the Graphics Processing Unit (GPU) of a video card .
Automated Multicolor In-Cluster Tell-Tale System
Team ECE 07.03 Sponsor: The Boeing Company
Seattle University Senior Students working jointly with Kenworth got their boots muddy in a project consisted of "proof of concept" design and prototype for Kenworth's Automated Tell-Tale Identification and multi-color Tell-Tale systems. These systems, when implemented, will allow Kenworth to provide a higher quality, more flexible product at a lower cost. It is joint projects such as these that provide students with an unprecedented opportunity to tap into the rich resources, knowledge, and unique skills of world-class companies such as Kenworth to produce the very best educational experience .
Kenworth Truck Company , a division of PACCAR Inc, is a leading manufacturer of heavy and medium duty trucks. Kenworth's success can be traced back to a philosophy established at the beginning in 1923: Build a custom truck and build it to last. Back then, it was said that Kenworth engineers weren't afraid to "get their boots muddy" as they journeyed into the field with customers to understand the demands put on their vehicles. Today, Kenworth continues to listen carefully to customer needs, then builds custom trucks that will meet those needs. That's why they call them "The World's Best."
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Writing the senior project is a much anticipated and yet dreaded time in the life of every student. It is a significant milestone that every student must achieve before receiving a diploma. Every student wearing a graduation gown and flinging their caps in the sky has completed a student project at one time or the other.
When students begin to approach their final year, preparation for the senior project will begin. Sometimes, the project supervisor will instruct that the student goes to find a project topic.
The search for a topic for the senior project can be pretty hectic. You begin to approach those who have graduated before you to ask for project topics they worked on. Everyone wants the perfect project topic, and so you start to sieve through a million and one ideas that you come across.
If you are looking for a unique project topic for your senior project, this article provides an endless list of senior projects examples that you can choose from.
What is a Senior Project?
A senior project is a project high school students are required to carry out before their graduation. This project is a medium to showcase their academic knowledge creatively. It is mandatory, and all students must begin and complete their senior projects before they can qualify to write an exit exam.
Exit exams are usually confused with senior projects because they are both designed to test the knowledge that a student has amassed throughout high school. The difference between them is that an exit exam is a written test that examines a student’s understanding of math, science, reading, and writing. However, a senior project is an experimental examination of a student’s ability.
The exit exam is prepared for a lot of students. However, senior projects are usually chosen by students from a list of senior project ideas that they have come up with. When students have to find ideas for projects for school, they seize the opportunity to dive into topics that interest them. Computer science, Engineering, Economics, Literature, Accounting, Government, and so on, there are many single and group project ideas you can choose from as a senior student.
A senior project requires a lot of research which will take time. Sometimes, students have to skip classes to work on their projects. A high quality project will require so much effort, which is why students are encouraged to choose a topic that they are passionate about. The project will also expose the student to more insights about their passion, and sometimes, students go on to choose a career in the topic they chose for their senior project.
What Subjects Can a Senior Project be About, and How Can You Create One?
Students are expected to be creative when coming up with a senior projects topics list. The ideas can be generated from:
The ideas can focus on their desired career, community service, research papers, and so on. All of these projects follow a set of steps already prepared by the United States Department of Education.
To create a senior project, first, you have to come up with great and interesting ideas. Then you will have a compelling topic that you want to go with. When you choose the topic, you will research the topic and write your research paper. Some students usually seek writing help for this aspect. If you need help, you can find a professional writer in school and online who gets paid to write research papers.
During the research and writing the research paper, the student will have been exposed to a lot of information about the topics and will be expected to have a journal where these pieces of information will be documented. After the research has been completed, there is a final stage where the student has to present all their findings to a panel. This panel will decide how well the student has done in the research.
Easy Science Topics to Choose From
The following topics tap into areas like natural and environmental sciences; the analysis and exploration of controversial issues. It involves carrying out surveys and performing experiments on these topics. If you want mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology, or computer science senior project ideas, check some of these good senior projects ideas that you can choose from.
- Proof of Newton’s laws of motion.
- How to build a robot from scratch.
- How to show the electrolysis of water.
- How to design a makeshift parachute
- How to develop a solar panel
- The impact of object-oriented programming on software systems.
- How to use Spyware to deal with software security threats.
- How we can make software interactive systems more effective.
- Computational Game Theory: its strength and weaknesses.
- Digital library technologies should be adopted in every college and university.
- How effective are modern human-computer interfaces?
- What role can computing methods play in the improvement of education?
- Guide to creating a barcode generation software.
- Easy steps to accessing a PC remotely
- Best intruder detection systems that can be used in warehouses and safes.
- How to design a game
- How to develop an application
- How the body responds to stressors
- The role of reality shows in society today.
- How to regulate the effects of erosion
- The connection between temperature invasion and wind direction
- How to disintegrate crude oil in rivers, seas, and other water bodies.
- How cloning can help to grow plant and animal cells.
- Website developers use control systems to maintain high security.
- What is a high-level programming language, and how can you design one?
- The psychology of relationships.
- Creating a mobile application that has no bug.
- Abortion Law: The perspective of the government and the society.
- The science of human cloning: How it all started and its development.
- How oxytocin can help to treat psychopathic patients.
- Hormones and how they affect human behavior and mental health.
- The immune system: How it protects human health and the consequences of a poor immune system.
- Societal opinion on the concept of COVID-19 vaccination.
- How does photosynthesis work, and why is it so crucial to plants?
- How has the improvement in technology helped to curb the spread of diseases in plants?
- Do plants have an immune system? How do they fight off diseases?
- A study of ecology and evolution.
- How to create a hologram: A visual explanation of the diffusion of light.
- How to easily detect methane in an open field
- All you need to know about the black hole.
- A brief study of the concept of time
- An analysis of gas and all its constituents
- The distinction between the waste products of humans and animals
- Energy drinks: What they contain and their effects on the human body.
- Complex study on the effects of hard drugs in society.
Excellent Technical High School Project Ideas
If you are passionate about mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, and other technical topics requiring theory and practical knowledge to become a professional, there are many awesome senior project ideas for high school students that you can show to your teacher. It’s okay if you do not have any idea. Here are some reliable high school project ideas for you.
- Construction of a popcorn machine
- Automated cleaning machine
- The machine that finds and cleans oil spills
- Study of the working principle of an internal combustion engine
- Design of a smart energy meter
- Design of a home automation system
- Design of a solar system
- Design of a helicopter
- Design of a robot
- Design of an Arduino
- Design of a circuit using different methods
- How to monitor and control a substation from your mobile phone
- Design of smoke and fire detectors that can be used to detect forest fires.
- How to design an electronic alert system
- How to use mobile applications to control your home appliances
- How to optimize power from solar panels by making them bend to the direction of the sun.
- Design of a traffic control system
- Improving the speed of a machine.
- New ways to reduce energy consumption at home and reduce the cost of energy consumption
- Design of a wireless charger
- Design of a smart lighting system
- Automation of a bottle filling system
- How to use automation to regulate the temperature in an environment.
- Design of an electric skateboard
- Design of a solar simulation system
- Design of an affordable music synthesizer
- Design of a movable ventilator
- Design of a solar-powered grinding machine
- Design of a smart fuse for industrial use
- Design of a DC motor driver without brush
- Design of an energy meter
- Design of an anchor light controlled by light
- Design of a micro-inverter
- Design of a circuit that detects LPG leakage
- Design of an inverter
- Design of a high-security circuit breaker
- Design of a dynamometer
- Design of a dust collection system
- Automation of ball valves
- Design of lighting system for bicycles
- Building face recognition software
Research Ideas for High School Management Students
Management courses cover topics like business and economics that hand students knowledge of consumer behavior and market forces. Below, you will find some high school economics projects and other cool project ideas that you can include in your senior projects topics list.
- A better way to budget one’s income
- How Cowism can help to understand economics better
- How to create your investment portfolio
- In-depth research into the world’s economies
- How the English Premier League is maintaining balance despite competition
- The role the UEFA’s Fair Play regulations play in a club’s finances.
- How the market price is determined in an e-commerce market
- The structure of an e-commerce market
- A complex analysis of the real estate industry in America
- An analysis of the gender wage gap in different sports
- A study into how financial liberty can increase corruption
- A report on how and why the Bitcoin price is inviting more investors
- How the massive cost of education affects the economy
- Factors that contribute to a human’s behavior
- How family, society, and environment can affect the possibility of obesity in a child.
- How the workplace can affect a person’s health
- Gentrification: Social and Economic Causes
- The effects of public transportation in the spread of the coronavirus
- Factors that boosts economic growth in developing and under-developed countries
- SpaceX: A study of unbelievable innovation
- The role of effective management in small, medium, and large-scale businesses.
- How management leaders are causing major innovations across different industries.
- How customer service is helping companies to gain and retain more customers
- The importance of project management in any business.
- Who is a project manager, and what role does a project manager play in political campaigns?
- Why are there fewer women in leadership than men?
- What is risk management?
- How does capital influence a corporate strategy?
- Are corporate strategies productive? How?
- Role of technology in the evolution of management.
- The concept of tax evasion and its relation to accounting
- How software programs can change the accounting world
- The process of coming up with a new accounting theory
- How important is accounting to an auditing firm
- How has the recession affected personal finances
- The effect of the COVID-19 on companies’ budget
- How to create a working payroll system
- Tax debts: what are they, and how can they be reduced?
- Decision-making in Accounting
- Countries that have been affected mainly by the recession
- Blockchain and impact on the economy of climate change.
Ideas for Senior Projects in Art and Education
If you need excellent group project ideas in topics like politics, art, literature, education, etc., these project topics will come in handy for you. Pick from any of them and get started with your senior project.
- The use of public art to create awareness for paper use
- How drawings and paintings can address societal issues. The role of smiles in identity and social exchanges.
- How art can be used to educate people on the history
- A study on how art can be used to tell ancient stories and revive a forgotten culture.
- How to turn ideas into projects
- How art can be used as a source of passive income for students and families
- Possible changes in schools’ policies that could improve the education system.
- How to provide easy access to books and libraries for students.
- Effects of workshops in improving vocational skills.
- The role of mentors in providing better education for students.
- Why computer literacy should be taught and encouraged in schools.
- Why students should be encouraged to take up a second language
- How to help students who are learning English as a Second Language (ESL)
- How translators can help to provide better education for immigrants
- The advantages and disadvantages of virtual learning
- How the COVID-19 has affected the education system
- Research into the best methods to educate children with learning disabilities
- School uniforms: are they essential?
- Best practices to help students assimilate in class
- How to effectively study for an exam
- The effects of peer pressure on a child’s education
- Education policies that ought to be abolished
- Cyberbullying: causes, effects and how to tackle it.
- How teachers can keep students on their best behavior in class
- Impact of social media on high school students
- Effect of global warming on education
- The pandemic vs. education: what have we learned?
- How students adapt to digital art
- Pros and cons of digital art to high school students
- What we know about the 21st century art and education
- Religion as a tool of artistic brilliance
- Gender equality in education: obstacles and way forward
- Should schools move totally online?
- Impact of virtual education on high school students
- Should schools charge less for virtual learning?
- Machine learning: an art or science? Discuss
- Role of fiction in shaping the new world
- The significance of literature to general history.
- Why students need new sets of teachers for the modern world
- NFTs: meaning, challenges, and impacts.
- Electronic literature and why students should care.
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Team Renegade is a team of six senior engineering students at Florida State University Panama City competing in the NASA University Student Launch Initiative as a part of their Electrical and Computer Engineering Senior Design project. They must construct a rocket that will carry a real-time target detection payload and be able to reach a goal altitude of 5,280 feet. The team must undergo periodic design reviews and presentations with NASA as a part of the engineering design process. Another aspect of the competition is Educational Outreach which requires that the team engage with students in the community in hands-on projects that encourages their interests in STEM fields. This competition challenges the students to collaborate with other types of engineering fields and it gives them the full experience of the engineering process implementing a real life project. This includes a project proposal, budget, project plan, project timeline, design documents and deliverables, prototyping, and testing. The team will launch their final design on April 7, 2018 in Hunstville, AL. Follow Team Renegade's progress on Facebook ( http://www.Facebook.com/FSUPCUSLI2018 ) and Instagram ( http://www.Instagram.com/TeamRenegadeUSLI ).
LED Air Warning System (LAWS) Senior Design Project Fall 2017
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Solar power electrical energy design (speed).
Mariano Alan Villanueva Cruz, Brandon Harmon, Kendal Schroeder, Nathaniel Walsh, Justice Wobser
This is an interactive exhibit designed to utilize data collected from a solar panel installed in the outer yard of the Science and Discovery Center, showing how much power is being generated at any given moment. The exhibit emphasizes how important solar power technology is becoming to the world and teaches children how this works and allows them to see real examples with commonplace items. SPEED is designed so that the museum patrons are able to see real-time data from the roof-mounted panel and leave the exhibit with an increased knowledge of solar power and its potential impact on the world in the near future.
Mentored by NW FL Science and Discovery Center and NSWC-PCD
Circuit Card Assembly Tester
Curtis Gilbert, Jared Klemm, Evan Sarantos, Devin Tate
NSWC-PCD has a need for an automated Circuit Card Assembly (CCA) tester that is fast, thorough, and accurate. The overall objective of the CCA tester project is to design, develop, and demonstrate a completed Circuit Card Assembly (CCA) that will verify the CCA logic functionality, redundant power functionality, power safety mechanisms, and LED indication outputs. The tester uses LabVIEW2012 with an Engility Data Acquisition Module (DAQ).
Mentored by NSWC-PCD and Engility, Panama City FL.
Mosquito catcher (moca).
Seungjin Lee, Joe Stanford, Nathaniel Walsh
The team is advancing a formerly successful capstone project completed in 2013 by redesigning for better portability and programmability. As the previous design the trap will release an attractant (CO2) and draw in and maintain unharmed mosquitos for at least 14 hours. The captured mosquitos will be inventoried to help local mosquito control experts understand infestation details.
Mentored by Dr. Smith, entomologists at FSU-PC, Seth Bergman, Humminbird (and former lead engineer on first-generation mosquito-trap project) and Bill Porter NSWC-PCD
Beehive Information Gathering System (BIGS)
Joseph Gibson, Christopher Pennington, Jason Taliaferro, Danny White, Hank Williams
The BIGS is a prototype design with the intentions of building a field server to store hive sensor readings. The server will be placed in a cluster of hives located in remote locations with no cellular connectivity. To allow communication between the server and sensors the server will be set up as a wireless access point. When a sensor connects to the server it will send data readings to be stored in the server’s database. Each time the sensor data is stored it has the current time appended to the readings. To recover the data stored on server a mobile device will connect to the server wirelessly. Upon connection to a mobile device the server will upload all the stored sensor readings from the server to the user’s device. As data is exported to the device the server will clear the database, freeing up memory. A previous capstone project demonstrated electronically gathering vital health information from a bee hive, such as temperature, humidity, weight distribution, and dead-bee count, without the keeper manually disturbing the hive.
Mentored by NSWC-PCD, Hive Technologies, and the Bay County Bee-Keeping Association
Fall 2014 - Spring 2015
Is fmcw for the birds.
Shoa Russell and Jerry Walker
A tin-can RADAR (design and used at MIT) using continuous-wave frequency modulation (FMCW) has been considered for bird and insect detection and classification. End-user applications include bird-strike avoidance with aircraft as well as deterring incoming fowl from landing in a location hazardous to a particular species. This RADAR design is relatively inexpensive, and thus a collection of these could be posted in such an area.
Mentored by DeTect, Inc., Panama City
Dashing Illuminated Creatures Exhibit (DICE)
Jonah Cleveland, Kinsey Naud, Gavin Taylor
A new exhibit is proposed for the SDC that will challenge children to outrun a stream of LEDs designed to emulate the speed of a selected animal. The DICE will have push buttons and general facts concerning the selected animal, and an 18-ft track for racing. The DICE will inform the participant if it succeeded in outrunning the selected animal.
Mentored by NSWC-PCD and the Science and Discovery Center (SDC) of Northwest FL, Panama City, FL
Richard Alva, Justin Chambers, Justin Harvard, Alex Lopez, Sarah Warren, Michael Wojcik
In Spring 2014 an FSU-PC ECE design team delivered the Interactive Bubble Exhibit (IBEX) to the Science and Discovery Center (SDC). This project seeks to advance the exhibit to include self-calibration of the display bubbles, hardware trouble-shooting capabilities, and enhanced cosmetic appeal.
DIgital Subwoofer Correction (DISCO)
Jeremy Cheatham, Chad DeFranco, May-Ling Lyles, Nathan Williams
Quality sound projection for live entertainment requires subwoofer cabinets for low frequencies. These cabinets cause sound phase distortion to which the human ear is sensitive, causing undesirable “muddiness”. Modern signal processing filters can compensate for most of the distortion, but this comes at a cost of signal delay which can be unacceptable for live performance applications. This project applies recently-published techniques for compensating for phase distortion while minimizing signal delay.
Mentored by DeFranco Productions, Panama City FL, and Bill Porter, NSWC-PCD
Janna Blankenship, Hannah Pippin, Scott Nelson, Caleb Robison
A water-driven turbine connected to a generator will be placed in line with the irrigation manifold, generating power when the irrigation system is running and water is flowing through the system. The power generated will then be sent to a battery bank where it will be stored. This stored power will be regulated by a control module consisting of a clock and photo sensor. Once the control module is triggered the stored energy will be utilized as a power source for accent lighting.
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188 Unique Senior Project Ideas For High School And College Students
Every high school student will write a senior project. It’s a project that helps you evaluate your career or professional interests through experiential learning, a form of learning by doing. It’s usually what you’ll write in the second semester of your senior year, and it could be based on several ideas.
These ideas could include creative projects like essays, articles, research papers, or scripts. It could be service-action-orientated, about volunteering for community projects, working at a nursing home, or working as a camp counselor, if not a tutor for kids. Your interest could be in art and photography or a professional career. These careers would be in vocational work, digital skills, the legal profession, bartender, or any other.
You need many senior project topic lists to choose from, and it’s okay not to know what to write about. It’s why we have compiled 188 good senior topic ideas for you. You’ll also learn from senior project examples to shape the project of your choice and its execution.
Pro Tips: How to do a Good Project
Writing a project requires the consciousness of the educated person. The only way to impress your professors is by writing high quality, fun, and interesting essays or papers. Here are some of the ways experts write a good project essay or paper:
Choose the Project Topic/Idea of your Choice You need to understand every touch point your teacher’s assignment wants you to evaluate in the project once you get it. You’d also want to read the instructions and even brainstorm ideas for it. Brainstorming ideas for your project has been made easy with these senior project ideas. However, you may still need intentionality in connecting these ideas. What does this mean? You must narrow the multiple ideas in this blog post to what relates to you and reflect on them before choosing them. The Preparation Stage This is where you start researching the topic you’ve chosen. You’re familiar with your topic, but you need to research the internet to understand more about it. You also need to sketch an outline; you can only do this effectively after reading what’s available online. You can start your outline by including the introduction, central thesis, arguments, and supporting statements. It’s okay to jot down your ideas. After all, the goal is to comb through web results to find the best arguments and sources for your projects. You may also need the research to read examples of seniors who have worked on any project of your choice. Writing Writing entails bringing your ideas to life by expressing them on paper. This is one of the most critical phases of your project. It’s easy to write when you already have an outline, which is why it was suggested earlier. You must follow your outline to create a focused and intentional essay. Don’t forget; your university essay should be high quality as if experts wrote it. However, don’t focus on grammatical correctness yet; focus on writing every idea that comes to you during your brainstorming and research sessions. Cite Sources Citing relevant sources is a core part of your unique essay. Citing your sources means referring to the websites, newspapers, books, journals, or blogs that have helped while grooming ideas for the essay. You’d need to cite the names of the author, their publication title, the date, and where they are published. You can consult your professor for the referencing style recommended by your faculty. You can also read the best-referencing practices from the Purdue Online Writing Lab to get the best grades. Editing and Proofreading This is the last phase to review your ideas, rewrite passive sentences, and strengthen them by backing them up with proofs (which you’ll cite). You can also cut sentences you feel are unnecessary while editing your article. For better results, edit after two hours or more of writing, as you’ll be able to read your essay with a refreshed memory. You may do editing alongside proofreading, but you may still need to verify your sources, arguments, and points after editing. Therefore, spare some time to proofread your essay. After this, show it to your colleague or tutor to ensure that someone else reads what you’ve written and offers editorial advice.
Senior Project Topic List
Preparing for your project may be challenging without any ideas to brainstorm on. We have compiled topics for senior projects across basic high school career profiles. Here are creative senior project topics to write in your native language:
- Demonstrate any law of motion of your choice
- Explain how robots are built from scratch
- Discuss how to build a solar panel
- How to build batteries for solar panels
- The distribution processes of Amazon products
- What does a typical logistic process look like, and how can you fit in?
- What is object-oriented programming software, and how do they work
- Explain how cybersecurity threatens the world
- Explain the Blockchain and how it functions with cryptocurrencies
- What does computational game theory mean, and how do they help humans?
- The process of building a digital library
- How do human-computer interfaces work
- Why are Apple and Samsung struggling with dominance with their latest products?
- Why do we need reality shows in society?
- How do experts separate oil from water and sand
- How can you build a laptop?
- What does an intruder detection system?
- Explain the various form of intruder detection systems
- How can the government help with erosion regulations?
- Would you develop an app or a website for a business?
- Gambling Technology: explain how to design a website
- A step-by-step guide to accessing your laptop remotely
- Explain how they clone animal cells
- Discuss how plants are grown
- Explain essential programming languages
- How do you avoid bugs on your mobile app?
- Why is the subject of abortion so serious?
- How to develop a secured bank system door
- Design a warehouse
- Explain the internal process the body goes through when stressed.
Good Senior Projects Ideas
You need a senior project topics list to figure out which practical activity you want to engage in. Preparing for your senior projects means you need reliable yet unique ways to serve the community or work for yourself. Here are some ideas for you:
- Volunteer for a politician you have faith in
- Write articles in a newspaper you care about
- Be a local representative for a union
- Write to Congress on how to solve the problem students face
- Explain why people should solve local problems locally
- Lobby for the creation of a library in a community of your choice
- Be part of those drawing community mural
- Design a template for a library
- Write a book of drama
- Write a documentary on something you love
- Review a Netflix movie of your choice
- Write prose on the MeToo Movement
- Write a poem about the Black Lives Matter movement
- Create a scheme of work on how to teach seniors about computer usage
- Mentor girls falling prey to boys’ lies
- Write a book about computer literacy for adults
- Compile a note on school policies that must change
- Volunteer to be an ENL (English as a native language) teacher at a school
- Volunteer to be a designer for an NGO
- Volunteer to help with a community construction
- Sign up mentally ill people for gym sessions
- Buy food for the community once in a while
- Create a business plan for a neighbour
- Create a workshop to teach people how to start a small business
- Teach people about the importance of technology
- Be a translator
- Write about immigration and why the US should be receptive
- Write on the challenges of animals in polluted waters
- Create a documentary on climate change
- Create a documentary on the pretences of politicians
Senior Project Topics
You need custom articles to express any idea you’d like to develop in a senior-based project. This will help you become a better adult and a reputed individual in society. Here are some senior project idea lists for you:
- Write about how photosynthesis work
- Write on the role of technology in reducing plant diseases
- An Evaluation of the history of evolution
- How holograms are created
- How piano is built
- How an electric skateboard is designed
- How to be one of the sharks in the Shark Tank
- How immune systems fight diseases
- Why solar simulation systems are designed, and how
- What is an energy meter, and why is it needed
- How to design a micro converter
- How to manage anchor light
- How to maintain high security in the home
- How to manage a traumatic event
- How to teach people about language
- Write on how to identify methane in a field
- How to spot gas leakages
- What to do when someone swallows acids
- How to calm and take care of a drunk person
- Essential first aid for the home
- How to develop an app for a service-based business
- How to understand the philosophy
- Why are user interfaces necessary in web design?
- The reasons why graphic and web designers should work together
- Why do students need to brainstorm their essay ideas?
- The applications that help to reduce fatigue
- Effective teaching processes
- Why do people need health facilities?
- How is a calculator built?
- How battery-based cars are better than fuel-based ones.
High School Senior Project Ideas
You’ll need ideas to execute when you become old. Your teacher may even tell you to start when you’re still young. Here are some senior project examples that you can either do or pass to your parents:
- Explain what patient data is
- Describe how to solve the challenge of obesity
- Portray how to create a sickness-free community
- Facilitate a free medical checkup
- Evaluate why you need to create a documentary
- Sell three valuable items for as long as you can
- Start a business of your choice
- Tell kids how to make it in a country like this
- Create a shelter for homeless people
- Start a technology-fueled business
- Be a local representative for the government
- Train people how to keep account
- Teach people how to build Android applications
- Train adults on how to oversee their kids
- Explain how to build an airplane
- Discuss how an ATM works
- Explain why everyone needs a smart meter
- Write how to build a robot
- Explain how to create smoke detectors
- Discuss the dangers of forest fires
- Explain why people need a home automation system
- Explain the big deal about the Internet of Things (IoT)
- How does the solar panel generate solar power?
- How does electronic alert system work?
- How can you make a machine work faster?
- The essence of unionism in the workplace
- How can you control traffic with an app
- Discuss renewable energy sources to save daily costs
- Discuss the features of wireless chargers
- Why do people need to regulate the home?
Easy Senior Project Ideas
There are some projects you don’t need to spend a dime on. It could be sensitizing adults on how to spend their money or teaching youths about mental health. Here are some projects you can execute as a teenager or an adult:
- Advise kids how they can start saving up
- Brief adults on how to manage their salaries
- Educate retirees on how to save costs
- Explain why downsizing is good after retirement
- Elucidate the advantages of capitalism to people
- Discuss how the market price is determined
- Explain the factors that lead to inflation
- Explain why the Chinese real estate crashed in 2021/2022
- How does money gets into circulation, and is it fair
- Why everybody cannot be rich and why
- What are the rules of American football?
- Account for the career and life of Serena Williams
- What makes phenomenal people remain so?
- Account for the lives of Oprah Winfrey
- Write on why people like Nina Simone
- Tell a short story about Queen Elizabeth II
- How is the e-commerce market structured in America?
- Why do people love doing business in Germany?
- The difference between the cultures in the US and Japan
- Explain why China doesn’t like the US
- Conduct a study on why Russia is invading Ukraine
- Describe the essence of family in ending depression
- Explain what gentrification means and the economic factors in its development
- Why do women want to close the gender pay gap?
- Evaluate cowism and its role in economics
- How coronavirus affected global transport systems
- The history and evolution of SpaceX
- Write a note on Elon Musk
- Write a paper on Bill Gates
- Analyze why Bill and Melinda Gates divorced.
Computer Science Senior Project Ideas
Given your interest in tech, you may want to create something in computer science. There are many careers in technology today, and here are some senior project ideas to explore. If you’re wondering “who can do my project for me ,” we are here to help.
- Why do we need face detection technology?
- How hackers bypass face detection systems
- Do security cameras help reduce the crime rate?
- Why is e-authentication a big deal?
- Explain the importance of YouTube in education
- Google has made it easy to learn anything: Discuss
- TikTok has revolutionized the visual industry: discuss
- Why do you need a patent on your developments?
- How did IBM penetrate the market?
- Write on the factors to consider when designing an app
- Explain three skills for coders
- Why is coding a core part of programming?
- Explain any five important programming languages
- What’s good about the recent CCTV cameras?
- Explain how biometric data work in hospitals
- Discuss how the token works for banks
- Explain how computers reduce traffic in busy cities
- Importance of car ride companies to get economy
- Common compliance problems app developers have
- How computer innovations can endanger the world.
Senior Project Examples
You can engage in social work-related senior projects for this course. It’s an aspect that concerns everybody, and it doesn’t matter if you work with NGOs or the government in any capacity. If you’re thinking about what you can do or write, consider these:
- Analyze the frequency and infrequency of weather in your city
- Survey the political tensions in your community
- Donate your blood to a hospital; persuade others to do the same
- Start savings account for those who shelter
- Explain how a technology that can be of help works
- Raise a campaign about the importance of vacations
- Campaign for women’s rights
- Campaign for the minority people
- Start a campaign on Hepatitis B
- Explain how to protect endangered animals
- Understand why teenagers have dating problems
- How do earthquakes work?
- Lessons learned from Pakistan Flood
- Lessons learned from the fall of the Sri Lankan government?
- Lessons learned from the use of cloning
- Talk about what people do when they’re bored
- How does music help people?
- How do colors change the mood of people?
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With your senior design project, design and implement a solution tailored to meet a specific community in need, or get involved with a humanitarian project in the Global South.
Senior design project classes
There are two parts to the senior design project classes:
- ENGR-339 – Senior Design Projects (2)
- ENGR-340 – Senior Design Projects (4)
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- Professor Mark Michmerhuizen , Electrical and Computer Engineering Concentration and Lead Instructor
- Professor Andy Wilson , Chemical Engineering Concentration
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- Professor Ren Tubergen , Mechanical Engineering Concentration
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- Team 1 - Team (H2O)nduras
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- Team 3 - Hondurraine
- Team 4 - RECS
- Team 5 - Duck-less Heating
- Team 6 - [L]across[e] the Horizon
- Team 7 - Light the Night
- Team 8 - Light Work
- Team 9 - Package Lockers for Mail Services
- Team 10 - Smarter Than an Average Cart (STAC)
- Team 11 - The Weed Assassin G.V.
- Team 12 - Plantainer
- Team 13 - Pork Chops
- Team 14 - Bathroom Booster
- Team 15 - Auto Assist
- Team 16 - Text2Touch
- Team 17 - Free 2 Breathe
- Team 18 - The Cooler Guys
- Team 19 - The PLAstics
- Team 20 - Insane in the Membrane
- Team 1 - Team Haiti
- Team 2 - Creation Connections
- Team 3 - Team Aguador
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- Team 5 - Garden Helper
- Team 6 - Critters
- Team 7 - The Bikers
- Team 8 - Benign Incline
- Team 9 - Team Sedi Sensors(TSS)
- Team 10 - Vision
- Team 11 - ABC
- Team 12 - Knight Light
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- Team 14 - Gravity Cruisers
- Team 15 - BicyClamp
- Team 16 - Project APMS
- Team 17 - Inertia
- Team 18 - Planthanum
- Team 19 - Team JAGS
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- Team 21 - Hydrobros
- Team 1 - Seymour Sustainable Renewal
- Team 2 - FTDR
- Team 3 - Rain, Rain, Go Away
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- Team 6 - Aquagenarians
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- Team 12 - I-CAN: Sorting System
- Team 13 - Panic Button
- Team 14 - Dynamic Dado
- Team 16 - Belt Winder Unwinder
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- Team 18 - Just Keep Swimming
- Team 20 - Reaction Process for the Creation of PLA
- Team 21 - Production of Larazotide Acetate
- Team 22 - Production of 1,3 Butylene Glycol
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- Team 2 - Cheaply Living in Timber (CLT)
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- Team 4 - Cross That Bridge
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- Team 7 - Fire Power
- Team 8 - HyPER
- Team 9 - Earth, Wind & Dryer
- Team 10 - Text2Touch
- Team 11 - Onguard
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- Team 14 - One Step at a Time
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Electrical and Computer Engineering students apply the engineering skills they have acquired. The principles of design, how ethics affect engineering decisions, how professionals communicate ideas and the day-to-day implications of intellectual property.
They begin by researching the problem, brainstorming a range of solutions, and traveling to the sponsor’s site to learn more about the sponsor and the project. Student teams maintain contact with their industrial and faculty mentors, hold meetings, and make presentations on their work. Electrical and Computer Engineering students submit written reports at intervals throughout the two-semester project timeline, and present oral presentations at the project’s conclusion.
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Senior design projects (also known as "capstone" projects) are the centerpiece of the ME curriculum's professional component, allowing students to be involved in interesting, real-world activities. Each senior is required to complete this course. Capstone projects are each advised by a full-time tenured or tenure-track faculty member who works with the teams.
For more detailed information, please visit ME Undergraduate Advising Canvas: Capstone Page .
Without exception, all ME 495 projects must be team efforts. Teams must consist of between three and five students.
Students can pursue their varied technical and professional interests through a selection of projects that include:
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10 innovative senior design projects on image processing.
Hey there, have you ever wondered how simple life would be if at all you could scan an image and actually get all the data regarding that image…. Right from the dimensions and location of that image to all forms of force analysis of that image, hell yeah! That’s the magnitude of the issue we are talking about when we say image processing!
As we all know, education is the most powerful weapon in the whole world as quoted by the great leader Nelson Mandela in one of his speeches, one can only excel in a field like image processing when they go for higher studies and work on high-level projects in order to achieve near perfection in this domain.
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What is a Senior Design Project?
Senior design projects are those which offer students an opportunity to practically work on real-life engineering projects and provide solutions to those problems by the usage of real-time operating systems, databases, technology like image processing, optimizations and computer graphics. These projects generally take place for a duration of 1 to 2 semesters, wherein students form groups of 2 to 5 people under the guidance of a faculty advisor and go on to interact with the real management and engineering staff and gain experience. From this experience, they get a chance to integrate the knowledge and skills they have acquired from their previous courses.
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Innovative senior design projects on image processing
Going online is one of the best ways for checking out some amazing projects of your level and capability. Skyfi Labs is one such website which offers some exciting teaching and learning experience-based senior design projects which would surely help you’ll a lot. Here are some of their projects:
1. Computer vision-based smart selfie:
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2. Computer vision based mouse:
3. computer vision-based scanner:.
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4. Surveillance robot:
What is image processing.
Image processing can be termed as the usage of digital computers to process digital images through an algorithm. It is used in different electronic devices like mobile phones, digital cameras, computers etc for a wide range of applications. Digital image processing has a lot of advantages over analogue image processing wherein it can avoid things like noise and distortion during processing. It may be modelled in the form of multidimensional systems. In other words, Image processing is one kind of signal processing wherein the input is an image and the output is a characteristic or a feature allied with the image.
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How does image processing work?
One might wonder, as to how to gain knowledge on the field of image processing. Well, in order to gain knowledge, firstly we need to know how exactly image processing works and then build upon it. So, given below are the ways how image processing work:
Image processing basically includes 3 steps, they are:
- Import the image via image acquisition tools
- Analysing and manipulating the image
- Output in which report can be an altered image or an image analysis.
So, basically, we first try to digitize or convert the image into an image file and then apply digital methods to rearrange the picture parts, enhance colour separations, or improve the brightness and quality of the image and then finally analyse the image and produce the output by the extensive use of commercial art applications that involve retouching and rearranging of sections of photographs and other artwork.
So, what are its principal applications? And the scope of it in the future?
These kinds of questions might surely be triggering you guys right. Don’t worry, this article has got it all covered.
Image processing has 2 main principal applications, they are:
- Improving the quality of the images and
- Machine perception as visual information as used in robotics.
The scope of this field is so large, that it may involve scanning each and every object in space on the verge to discover more and more intelligent lives in space. Also, many digital species which would be created in the future will include advances in image processing applications. Also, robots, which can transform the way the world can be managed in a few decades time are largely influenced by image processing, hence widening its scope like never before. Image processing integrated with artificial intelligence can have an everlasting impact on human society with their uses like, translating languages, involving spoken commands, anticipating the needs and requirements of governments, recognising and tracking people and things, diagnosing people’s medical condition and reprogramming defects in human DNA and many more!
So, what are you waiting for? After knowing all this, you seriously want to try out some projects and master in this field, right? The next section has got it all covered for you.
- Hybrid Median Filter for Noise Removal in Digital Images
- Digital Extraction of Brain tumor from MRI using MATLAB
- Identifying Vehicle Number plates using Matlab
- High Speed Railways automation using Matlab
- Face Recognition System
- Image Processing based fire detection
- Library Management System using SQL and C++
- Number Plate Scanner using MATLAB
- Detection of Asthma Trigger using Zigbee
- Image retrieval
- Number Plate Detector
- Sign Language Reader
- Optical Character Recognition(OCR)
- Image Enhancement using JAVA
- Face recognition gate
- Color Sorter Machine
- Surveillance Camera using Raspi Cam and Android App
- Template matching using Computer vision
- Motion detector using Computer vision
- Streaming Video to a web-page using Open CV
- Computer vision based rescue robot
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Also, in these projects, along with gaining knowledge, you will also be getting a certificate, an expert guidance and a kit containing all the components required for the project as well!
So, choose accordingly!
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