New Wearables Quest

 

Register Your Accelerated Wearables Quest Team HERE by January 17, 202020

Registration for the Wearables workshop on January 10, 2020 is now closed. 

 

The Quest is open to student teams at COSGC affiliate institutions. The purpose of the Quest is to introduce students to the vast world of wearable technology that is being used to solve challenges relating to engineering and research, health, operations, cosplay and a myriad of other fields and areas of interest.

Quest teams shall have their projects ready to demonstrate by April 18, 2019. They will be invited to participate in the Annual COSGC Symposium poster session, in addition to submitting a final video to show off their new piece of wearable tech. Additional Quest activities may be part of the Symposium.

 

 

 

Wearables Quest Categories 

The Quest consists of 3 categories. Teams may tackle one category or create a wearable that encompasses multiple categories. 

Category 1: Specific Space Application

Students are challenged to create a wearable solution to a problem encountered during space endeavors. 

 

This year’s C1 problem is to create a non-invasive cortisol-based wearable that can be used to assess stress without relying on heartrate date. Teams must be a full year team to participate in this challenge. 

 

Category 2: Specific Sensor Application

Students are challenged to develop a wearable that incorporates a specific sensor into the design to solve their own issue or problem. 

This year’s C2 sensor is the MyoWare Muscle Sensor. More information about this sensor and EMG can be found HERE, and this sensor and related hardware can be purchased from many different websites (Amazon, Adafruit & Sparkfun, just to name a few). 

 

Category 3: Freestyle

Already have a project in mind, or looking to solve a different problem? Then this category is for you! Create a wearable that solves a problem you are passionate about. 

 

 

Wearables Quest Presentation & Awards

Presentations: Teams are encouraged to submit posters for the 2020 COSGC Symposium on April 18, 2020. 

Video Requirement: Each team shall make a 5-minute video addressing their design, which shall include

  • What their wearable is
  • What problem it solves
  • How it works

Accolades:  Recognition based on team submissions will be acknowledged during the Symposium proceedings. Wearables Quest is not a competition, but a program designed to challenge and inspire students.    

 

 

Schedule

Wearables Quest will have two sections this year - A year-long section that runs the 2019-2020 school year, and an accelerated section that just runs the Spring 2020 semester. 

 

Year-long Schedule:

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Dark blue/ Red – national holidays/weekends – no work/reviews

Blue – Wearables Quest Important Dates

 

Important Dates

September 20-21 COSGC Annual Meeting, design challenge made available to our member schools

October 4th Wearables Quest Intent to participate due 

October 7-11 Team meet & greet telecons

 

Design Reviews:

October 28 - Nov 1 Conceptual Design Review (CoDR) Week

December 2-6 Preliminary Design Review (PDR) Week

February 10-14 Critical Design Review (CDR) Week 

 

Symposium 

April TBD – Poster files due

April 18 – COSGC Space Symposium & Wearables quest video presentations

 

 

Accelerated Spring 2020 Schedule:

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Green - Design Review Weeks

 

Important Dates

January 17th Wearables Intent to participate due 

 

Design Reviews:

January 21-24 Preliminary Design Review Week

February 10-14 Conceptual Design Review Week

March 16-20 Critical Design Review Week 

 

Symposium

April TBD – Poster files due

April 18 – COSGC Space Symposium & Wearables quest video presentations

 

 

Wearables Quest Workshop

When: January 10, 2020

Where: Pueblo Community College STEM Center

Workshop Registration is now closed. 

 

 

 

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