DES INV 190E-1: INTERACTIVE DEVICE DESIGN SUMMER COURSE

DES INV 190E-1: INTERACTIVE DEVICE DESIGN
This course teaches concepts and skills required to design, prototype, and fabricate interactive devices — that is, physical objects that intelligently respond to user input and enable new types of interactions. The first half of the semester will be dedicated to a survey of relevant techniques in 3D modeling and fabrication; electronics and circuit board design; sensing and actuation for interaction; embedded software development, wired and wireless communication with mobile devices, computers, and networks; and user interface programming. In the second half of the semester, students will propose and carry out a significant design project. 

Session B (June 4 – August 10)  | Tuesdays & Thursdays, 10am-12:15pm | 4 units Class number: 15622


Other summer design innovation courses 
The Jacobs Institute will offer five hands-on Design Innovation courses in summer 2018, for both introductory to advanced students. They will be open to anyone, including current students as well as members of our broader community. 
For more information, go to the Jacobs website or contact amydinh@berkeley.edu.