See beautiful soccer-themed solar sculptures proposed for placement at Orlando City Stadium made by UCF art and engineering students; an augmented-reality restaurant menu that shows a food selection in 3D before ordering; a six-legged robot that intelligently walks or rolls depending on the terrain; and so much more.
All are welcome to attend one of UCF's biggest, most visual and interactive events of the year: the Senior Design Showcase featuring 120+ brilliant innovations created by 580 graduating seniors of the UCF College of Engineering & Computer Science.
NEW: The showcase will feature an additional 25 projects made by graduating seniors of nine visiting engineering colleges. The inaugural Florida-Wide Student Engineering Design Invitational is a first-of-its-kind partnership of 10 engineering deans who seek to collaboratively demonstrate the scope and strength of the state's engineering and computer science talent pipeline. Participating institutions: Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University; Florida A&M-Florida State University; Florida Atlantic University; Florida Institute of Technology; Florida International University; University of Central Florida; University of Florida; University of Miami; University of North Florida and University of South Florida.
The event is free and open to all, and is perfect for anyone who loves seeing unique, innovative, creative inventions that solve real-world problems. Click here for event flyer.
April 19, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., inside and outside Engineering I & II buildings; and Harris Engineering Center, on UCF's main campus.
For parking and directions, please visit http://map.ucf.edu/.
Check www.cecs.ucf.edu after April 17 for the event program including descriptions and locations of all projects.
Location:Harris Corporation Engineering Center