SIXT33N

This is a voice controlling car project built with my lab partner Thomas McClave. SIXT33N can bu controlled with four commands which mean to drive the car straight, slowly straight, turn left, and turn right. All voice commands are classified by Principle Components Analysis, and driving correction is controlled by Closed Loop Feedback.

The follow is a picture of how SIXT33N looks like:

sixt33n

Following is an official final report of SIXT33N rendered by LaTex:

SIXT33N final report

Gabriel Chen

Gabriel Chen

I am an undergrad at UC Berkeley major in Computer Science and Logic. My study is focusing on Theory / Algorithms, Computational Theory, and Computability / Decidability. I am also interested in surfing, archery, and abstract painting.