This project was really fun, and is what jump-started my passion for Electrical Engineering. In my junior year of high school, I worked on a project called RunnerSet. 

"RunnerSet [was] an online product-based business located in Seattle, Washington, offering a mobile application to: view and log running analytics measured by an electronic chip, generate a detailed plan with daily workouts and suggest local running trails" (Quoted from my Project Plan). 

For the presentation, I created a prototype of the project. There were two rounds that our team had to get through, so I started with a basic Electronic Chip Design (in 2-D), that showed only the basic shape of it. 

For the second round, I started using illustrator, and created a materialistic themed electronic chip (attached below). 

After making it to the next round, I wanted to step up my game. I started using Blender to design the chip in 3D and by the end of the month, I was able to design animations for the product (attached below).


Obviously, both of these are very rough animations, but this was actually the reason I got into Electrical Engineering (because of Computer Architecture). 
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