19. Invention, Intellectual Property, and Income#

  • Author :Kai Naito (FabLab Kamakura)
  • Date created : 06/01/2019
  • modified: -

Class site#

Class video#


Assignments & Goal#

Refer to Assessment page

  • Develop a plan for dissemination of your final project.
  • Prepare drafts of your summary slide (presentation.png, 1920 x 1080) and video clip (presentation.mp4, 1080p HTML5, 1 minute max, 10 MB max) and put them in your root directory

Learning outcomes#

  • Formulate future opportunities

Have you?#

  • Outlined future possibilities and described how to make them probabilities
  • Prepared a draft summary slide and video


  • Prepare drafts of your summary slide and video clip.
    • summary slide : presentation.png, 1920x1080
    • video clip : presentation.mp4, 1080p HTML5, less than a minute, less than 10 MB
  • Put them in your root directory.

Final Project#

Final Project requirment#

  • Create your own integrated design
  • Demonstrate 2D & 3D modelling capabilities applied to your own designs
  • Select and apply appropriate additive and subtractive techniques
  • Demonstrate competence in design, fabrication and programming of your own fabbed microcontroller PCB, including an input & output device

Documentation requirment#

  • Made your slide: 1920 x 1080 pixels with your name, project name, Fab Lab name, a photo/render/sketch of your project, a brief description of what your project is/does
  • Made a ~1 minute (10MB/1080p/720p) video of you explaining your project
  • Made a separate Final Project page that briefly summarises your project and
  • Included the BOM (Bill of Materials) for your project
  • Linked from this page to any weeks that you worked on your final project
  • Linked to your presentation.png and presentation.mp4
  • Included all of your original design files in the archive (2D & 3D, board files & code) No external hosting of final project files - discuss file sizes with your instructor
  • Included the license you chose
  • Acknowledged work done by others

Overall your project should answer :#

  • What does it do?
  • Who’s done what beforehand?
  • What did you design?
  • What materials and components were used?
  • Where did they come from?
  • How much did they cost?
  • What parts and systems were made?
  • What processes were used?
  • What questions were answered?
  • How was it evaluated?
  • What are the implications?


連絡事項 Announcements#

  • final presentation

    • schedule
    • June 17
      • 12:12 AM Tsuchiya Yosuke
      • 12:15 AM Kae Nagano
      • 12:17 AM Phanuwit Kanthatham
  • Evaluation schedule

    • Jun 19: last date to submit for review in this cycle
    • Jun 26: last date for feedback from review (evaluator to student)
    • July 3: last date to submit review feedback (student to evaluator)
    • July 10: last date for decisions in this cycle
  • Asia Regional Review:

    • on Tuesday 13:00-14:00 JST or 22:00-23:00 JST
    • video conference for meetings:
  • Class on Thursday 9:00 EST, 22:00 JST