Dyno Punch

Team Dyno Punch

Team 11

dyno


Overview

The Nevada Karate Association has moved to a new building which is a shared complex. As a result, they cannot leave any equipment, including striking surfaces and punching bags, inside after class. The Nevada Karate Association requests a mobile device that can display impact energy. The new device cannot be anchored to the wall or floor.

shared building


INTENDED USERS AND USES

Intend Uses: The Mobile Punching Dyno is intended be used as a training aid by tracking and trending an individual’s strike data.

Intend User: The product is intended to be used by the athletes and martial artists over the age of 16.


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FINAL PROJECT

final project

Project Features

  • Displays a user’s striking force.
  • Adjustable target arm for users of varying height.
  • Non-slip vinyl cover.
  • Entire device is mobile.
  • Detachable target arm for ease of storage.
  • Meets IP 21 Standard

Project Limitations

  • Heavy kick extension (70lbs)
  • Lack of team knowledge in C coding limited the features we wanted
  • Can only measure individual strikes
  • Cannot use jumping techniques

Future Possibilities

  • Interactive touch screen
  • Downloadable strike data
  • Better location for wires and screen
  • Other model with Bluetooth capabilities
  • More impact resistant pinning mechanism
  • More durable padding

MEET THE TEAM

team

From Left to Right:

Richard Huang, Walker Musnicki, Tim Evans, Wade Lumsden, Jon Macias

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