Snowboarding Simulator

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Snowboarding Simulator by Mind Map: Snowboarding Simulator

1. Detect Snowboard Rotation

1.1. External Sensor

1.1.1. CAREN Motion Capture System

1.1.2. CAREN Force Plates

1.2. On-board Sensor

1.2.1. Gyroscope Sensor w/ Integrator

1.2.2. Incremental Rotary Encoder

1.2.3. Camera System

1.2.4. Ultrasonic Sensor

1.2.5. Digital Angle Finder

1.2.6. Magnetic Field Sensor

1.2.7. String pot

2. Measure Weight Distribution

2.1. CAREN Force Plates

2.2. Permanent In-shoe Sensors

2.3. Swappable In-shoe Sensors

3. Easy to Maintain

3.1. Cleaning Requirements

3.1.1. Non-porous materials

3.1.2. Smooth surfaces

3.1.3. Rounded corners

3.2. Repair Requirements

3.2.1. Assembly instructions

3.2.2. Parts list

3.2.3. Low-cost materials

3.2.4. Use manufacturing processes WRNMMC currently has access to

4. Allow Heel-to-Toe Motion

4.1. Track

4.2. Pivot

4.3. Halfpipe-like base with wheels connected to snowboard

4.4. Springs

4.5. Elastic

4.6. Slippery platform

5. Resist Snowboard Motion

5.1. Elastic

5.2. Spring

5.3. Motor

5.4. Magnet

5.5. Dampers

6. Allow Swivel Motion

6.1. Pivot

6.2. Track

6.3. Springs

6.4. Elastic

7. Setup and Dismantle Project

7.1. Locations

7.1.1. Sides of moving platform

7.1.2. Safety harness supports

7.2. Methods

7.2.1. Telescoping parts

7.2.2. Pins for locking positions

7.2.3. Clamps

8. Safe for Users

8.1. Select parts/materials to achieve infinite fatigue life

8.2. Handrails

8.3. Securely fasten project to moving platform

8.4. Locking mechanism to prevent snowboard motion when not in use

8.5. Limit snowboard rotation to a range that will not injure users

8.6. Select materials that do not degrade easily

9. Realistic Snowboard Motion

9.1. Fast response time

9.2. User speed control

9.3. Accurate snowboard motion resistance

9.4. Reliable sensors

9.5. Adjustable snowboard motion resistance

9.6. Sloped tradmills