Kesif Prototype

Final PCB Design in Eagle
Final PCB Design in Eagle

Believe it or not, this board was about 11"x11"!

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Populated Front Side of the PCB
Populated Front Side of the PCB

Would you believe that our school got a SMD workstation about a month after the Imaginations competition? Just imagine how much smaller this board would have been otherwise!

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Cool Trick With The Logo, Right?
Cool Trick With The Logo, Right?
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Back Side of the PCB
Back Side of the PCB
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NextFab Studio Tumbler
NextFab Studio Tumbler
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Thirty-six Brass Tokens
Thirty-six Brass Tokens

Out of the tumbler and ready for polish!

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Kesif BridgeBall Prototype.JPG
Kesif BridgeBall Prototype.JPG

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Kesif BridgeBall Prototype.JPG
Kesif BridgeBall Prototype.JPG

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             This project was to prototype the BridgeBall system (large kinetic sculpture spanning the underbelly of the entire Bosphorus bridge). Although I was able to finish the HUGE PCB required to move and color 100+ orbs, the motor/wire-pulling portion of this project was not completed in time for the finalist presentation. The videos at the bottom of the page will give you a better idea of what we had envisioned for our BridgeBall prototype and Keşif experience as a whole. For more information on the whole Keşif experience click HERE!

                   Note: This project was conceived by the University of Pennsylvania Team Keşif and created for the 2014 Walt Disney Imagineering’s Imaginations Design Competition. This project is the sole property of Walt Disney Imagineering and all rights to use these ideas are exclusive to Walt Disney Imagineering. The competition is a way for students and recent graduates to showcase their talents and for Walt Disney Imagineering to identify new talent.