Don Wilcher is an Electrical Engineer, Technical Education Researcher, Instructor, Maker and Book Author. Currently, Don is Director of Manufacturing and Technology at Jefferson State Community and a Fulltime Instructor. He has an Associate of Science in Electrical-Electronics Technology, Bachelor of Electrical Engineering Technology, and Master of Science in Education, Innovation and Technology. He is currently an Education Doctoral Student studying Personalized Learning and Competency Based Instruction. He researches Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence applications and their impact on Personalized Learning, Competency Based Models curriculum and instructional development in the fields of Mechatronics, Automation, IoT, Electronics, and Industrial Maintenance Technologies.
Enabling Rapid Prototype for Physical Interaction Design Using A M5Stack Core
Dr. Don Wilcher
The M5Stack Core is an ESP32 microcontroller-based controller that allows a variety of wearable, Human Machine Interface (HMI) and Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) devices to be developed quickly. This microtalk will discuss enabling rapid prototyping for physical interaction design using the M5Stack Core. A set of prototyping, software tools, and circuits will be provided in this microtalk.