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ACE

Autonomous Car Emulator

Summer Internship 2018

 

Our Mission

We are a team of passionate engineers from Rutgers University joined by a few high school students focused replicating the intersection of 120th Street and Amsterdam Avenue in Manhattan, NY, using self-driving cars and depth cameras to create an enhanced driving experience. We will first create a physical, 3D model and the data will then be translated to a virtual simulation to allow for interaction between the two worlds.

Our weekly reports and presentations done during the WINLAB summer internship will be uploaded below.

Objectives

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CARS
CARS
Construct and code autonomous vehicles containing Raspberry Pi and Arduino
CAMERAS
CAMERAS
Use Pi cameras on the cars and depth cameras at the intersection corners to collect and combine point cloud data
INTERSECTIONS
INTERSECTIONS
Build a physical, scaled model intersection of 120th St and Amsterdam Ave in Manhattan, NY as well as a virtual model using SketchUp and Unity to create a seamless traffic emulator.
 
 
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The Team

XINMENG LYU
Graduate Student in Electrical & Computer Engineering
FENG RONG
Graduate Student
ANIRUDH
KULKARNI
Graduate Student
NISHKA UBEROI
Graduate Student
DAX DALWADI
Undergrad, 4th year
ZEID
ABDULRAZEQ
Undergrad, 4th year
ALLYANA
DELA ROSA
Undergrad, 3rd year
MATTHEW
CHAN
Undergrad, 2nd year
ATMIKA 
PONNUSAMY
Undergrad, 2nd year
Sreeram Mandava
West Deptford High School, senior
Lincoln Roth
Princeton High School, senior
Zubin Kremer Guha
Columbia High School, junior