Here is the instructable for The CoaTracker:
All files, pictures, and code can be viewed from there.
This video is in the instructable as well, but here’s a link to it anyway:
The full paper is available on request (server is not cooperating). Email me: ethan-at-cmu-dot-edu.
Schematics, code, and drawings are all available to download via the Instructable.
I wrote a paper about the Teach Me Kitty.
You can find the class-report & video demonstration at
thanks to Amy Bickerton
Documenting your “Making Things Interactive” Project
You may choose a method of documenting your project that you feel is most appropriate for the project and its intended audience. Regardless of the method you choose, your documentation should be clear, thorough, and have high production values. (High production values means high-quality photographs, well-produced audio/video, and good writing).
Your document should convey: What you did, why you did it, and how it works. It should be possible for a competent graduate student to build your project by referring to your document.
You must link your document and any supporting materials (video, code, etc). on the class blog.
You may, for example, make an “instructable” (instructables.com) on how to build your project.
You may make a narrated how-to video presentation on your project (similar to Johnny Lee’s Wiimote videos)
Alternately, you may prepare a short paper in SIGCHI format: http://sigchi.org/chipubform/
Your paper would then have the following sections:
Introduction (motivation and rationale)
Related work (other similar projects and how yours differs)
Description (of your project: what, how)