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Cryptography Lesson #1 - Block Ciphers
 
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This tutorial video will help provide an understanding of what block ciphers are, and how they are used in the field of cryptography.
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Cryptography Lesson #2 - Adversaries and Games
 
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In this tutorial, we will give an overview of how games and adversaries are used to evaluate cryptographic schemes. We will focus on how games are structured, and give an example of how an adversary might play a game.
Views: 14444 Ryan Kral
Cryptography Lesson #1 - Block Ciphers (Part 1)
 
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The video will give an overview of block ciphers at a high level. Part 2 of this lesson will attempt to give a few additional technical details, and describe how block ciphers are used in the field of cryptography.
Views: 972 Ryan Kral
Radio Collar Tracker Project - RTK GPS Integration
 
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This video provides a recap of issues we ran into and our successes during the Spring 2015 quarter in CSE 145/237D at UCSD. We worked to integrate Piksi RTK GPS units into a radio collar tracking application.
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Radio Collar Tracker - RTK GPS Demo
 
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Here is a short clip showing our attempts to get fixed RTK signals working with the Piksi RTK units.
Views: 151 Ryan Kral
Multiple Ball Tracking
 
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CSE 291 A02 Ultrasonic Polled - Speedy Dragons
 
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A video demonstrating the use of the Ultrasonic senor with polled I/O.
Views: 21 Ryan Kral
CSE 291 A03 Compass - Speedy Dragons
 
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A video demonstrating the use of the LSM303DLHC magnetometer to get compass headings.
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CSE 291 Speedy Dug (Team 4) - Assignment 1
 
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The assignment 1 video showing the use of ROS and rviz to send/receive location data between a laptop and odroid board.
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CSE 291 A04 Character - Speedy Dragons
 
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Using the OLED to print 500 words of a book one line at a time every 1 second.
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CSE 291 Assignment 1 LED Demo
 
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This program flashes the ARM mbed LPC1768 LEDs in sequence. The sequence repeats once per second. This means that each of the four LEDs is on for 1/4 of a second so that in one total second, all LEDs will have been on once.
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CSE 291 A02 Motor - Speedy Dragons
 
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A video demonstrating the use of the Step Motor where a simple command will change the direction of rotation.
Views: 21 Ryan Kral
CSE 291 Assignment 2-1 - Speedy Dug (Team 4)
 
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Here is a demonstration of our built robotic arm with trimpot measurements ring captured through MBED.
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CSE 291 Speedy Dug (Team 4) - Assignment 2 Part 1
 
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Demonstration of reading trimpot values and actuating motors using an Arduino.
Views: 23 Ryan Kral
CSE 291 A02 Ultrasonic Interrupt - Speedy Dragons
 
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A video demonstrating the use of the Ultrasonic senor with interrupt driven I/O.
Views: 25 Ryan Kral
CSE 291 Voice Control Lights - Speedy Dragons
 
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This is our final video demonstration of our project in which we use voice recognition to control LED light strips and the iRobot Create.
Views: 92 Ryan Kral

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