Monthly Archives: October 2015

Poster : A Summary

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Proposed SCiO Interface ( Final Ver.)

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What Can The SCiO Be Used For?

  We analysed the SCiO device and concluded that it is not reliable enough to find small differences in materials. It can be an unreliable database with upto 10 % deviation (errors) from the hardware. It has difficulties analyzing in … Continue reading

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New 3D Printed Heads

  When using the SCiO we discovered the limitations of the regular head that comes with it. We put ourselves up with the task to design heads that provide solutions to these limitations. We came up with a couple of … Continue reading

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Analysis of the SCiO Device

  Comparing SCiO with Professional Devices We want to know how well the SCiO device preforms when compared with professional devices and if it can give us reliable results. Firstly, we got a little background information about the SCiO technique. … Continue reading

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At the Faculty of Chemical and Physical Engineering

  We used polymers with the same surface and all of the polymers are transparent. We compared the different techniques on the corresponding grounds, because the range of the FTIR machine is way larger because of different sensors available. The … Continue reading

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Update from SCiO: DietSensor

  On the 20th of October, 2015, SCiO announced the launch of a new App. called DietSensor which aims to help users keep track of their diets by encouraging them to scan their food and getting the nutritional values from … Continue reading

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FTIR(S) Reference

  This is the equipment available in the Chemical Engineering faculty lab that we will be using to compare the results of the SCiO with.

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Testing Plastics

  We were advised to scan different types of polymers to better understand the device. Polymers are thin and have good reflectance, thus giving  good consistent output as it’s easily measurable. Scanning polymers is also convenient because it would be easy … Continue reading

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Proposed SCiO Interface v1.0

  Sneak Preview of the Proposed SCiO Interface: The current interface of SCiO is not really user-friendly and attractive to use. It looks as if the developers had to priorotize mainly on the hardware and technique, but the interface is just as … Continue reading

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