I participated in AITP Programming competitions today and yesterday at the Region 3 Conference. I was able to pump out close to 600 lines of Java in a little under 5 hours. I am waiting till tomorrow to see what the results are in the mean time here are some copies of my code. These were a timed exercise so bare in mind this incomplete code and should be debugged thoroughly.
Mobile Applications Contest
UPDATE: I came in second place for the Mobile Applications Programming. I am so ecstatic!
This is a wall mount for the Playstation Eye Toy 2. I got a bunch of these cameras for $2 each when GameStop was having and accessory sale. There are drivers for operating system so that you can use it as a webcam or as a security camera. My design holds the base of the Eye Toy very snugly with a spot to place the cord. The mount also features 2 beveled screw holes so that the screws will mount flush. If you are interested int the mount it can be downloaded here: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:24725
If you are looking for the drivers to change it to a webcam the can be found here:
Windows 7/8 http://download.cnet.com/EOCP-Driver-for-Sony-Eyetoy-USB-Camera/3000-2120_4-10532564.html
Ubuntu No driver necessary
I made these cuff links when I realized that a shirt I had recently bought required them. I am not cheap but $20 or so for basic cuff links seems a bit much. In the Abilene area it is difficult to find items like this anyway because it is a mostly blue collar area. They are 100% 3D printable and the wing nut piece will screw onto the shaft of the cuff link. You can download the .stl files, I have also included a the original .skp (sketchup file) file so you can edit your initials onto it just like I did. Anyway the files can be downloaded from here: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:16592