UAT: ICARUS
What do "Super Monkey Ball" and an IP-enabled device have in common? Both are the inspiration for ICARUS, The free-roaming machine that allows users to have greater interaction with a webcam than is typical with a stationary device.
The ICARUS project was born during a meeting of DC480, an independent network security oriented group at UAT. During a discussion of the upcoming DefCon convention (think of it as the light side of hacking), UAT's IT Manager of Development, Ray Blackwood, asked if the group was entering the IP-enabled device contest.
The Details of ICARUS
The Challenges of ICARUS
ICARUS' Success
The Future of ICARUS
The Students Behind ICARUS
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