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Hey,
I'm in my graudation year 4rm the faculty of computer engineering, I'd like 2 choose a graduation project. I have an experience in working with c#, assembly, microprocessors and have a good experience in computer networks. The sharing of any idea of an interesting project is warm-welcomed..... I've been thinking in something which has 2 do in wireless networks :confused: Thnx

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Ooh, ooh! How about a filter that cleans up those lame abbreviations that make you look like a retard? ;)

But seriously, what was the primary focus of your studies? What part of the courses did you enjoy most? You should be able to find a good project that falls under those two areas. Just be creative.

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Well after my study of CE i discovered that i like to develop web applications, but since I'm studying CE i have to choose a projet which involves both hardware & a software, I've been looking for some creative ideas 4rm the members here so maybe I can fall in love with any of them!

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Automate your toaster to crank out some pop tarts when your alarm clock goes off. At the very least you can play with wireless transmitters, assembly, microprocessors, and probably C# too. Then write a paper on the effects of wireless munchies and how they're linked to cancer. You'll get an A+. :)

p.s. I was only mostly serious about the abbreviations. "4rm" is probably the dumbest thing I've ever seen.

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I liked the toaster idea, but today I've thought about something else....
I'd like to remotely control a small car by using the computer. I will draw the path of the car and the surrounding dimensions on the pc, and the path that i move on the pc will make the car move in the real path. I guess that will need a good programming in c#, a wireless transmitter and reciever, and stepper motor to drive the car, what do u think? :rolleyes:
Thnx

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