Me (Behram Mistree) explaining the basic functionality of the sensate skin I developed for my thesis with the MIT Media Lab's Responsive Environments group. Research supervised by Joseph A. Paradiso.
Demonstration of skin's ability to detect stimuli on its whisker, shadow, and audio sensors.
Demonstration of skin's ability to detect stimuli on its whisker, shadow, audio, and pressure sensors. Note: I (poorly) attempted to synchronize stimuli to Eye of the Tiger.
Skin's going through initialization (early) and communicating with master node (fast pulses of green light at the end).