Hour Glass, Inc. - NYU Tandon School of Engineering

Hour Glass, Inc. - NYU Tandon School of Engineering

The Timeshifter Hour Glass, Inc. Eve Fishinevich (Project Coordinator) Rondell Sinanan (Head of Research) Milestone 2 Date of Presentation: 09/99/9999 Section Z Agenda Project Objective Background Information Technical Design Description Cost Estimate Project Schedule Summary

Project Objective Petitioning for the creation of the worlds first working time machine Aiming to retrieve force field generator & saber tooth tiger Aiming to have it run at 50 years per minute Background Information Requirements: Retrieve one item from the past Retrieve one item from the future NASA is soliciting designs for a time machine to find alternate energy sources

Technical Design Description Our robot uses quantum technology to warp time Travels 50 years in 3 minutes Faster by 2 minutes since Milestone 1 Figure 1: Mindstorms code Technical Design Description Successfully retrieved sabretooth tiger from the past Passed Benchmark A Currently working to

retrieve item from the future Figure 2: Sabretooth tiger Technical Design Description Figure 3: Top View CA D D G N I

W A R Figure 4: Front View CA D D G N I W

A R Technical Design Description Figure 5: Isometric View CA D D G N I W

RA Figure 6: Most Detailed Side View CA D D G N I W RA

Cost Estimate Item/Employee Quantity Unit Cost Cost Item 1 # $$$

$$$ Item 2 # $$$ $$$ Item 3 # $$$

$$$ Miscellaneous # $$$ Labor # $$$

$$$ Total $$$ $$$ Project Schedule Summary Were on schedule Item from past retrieved (Benchmark A) Working on retrieving item from the future Were on budget

By Milestone 3: Have the robot reach the future (Benchmark B) Continue optimizing design The Timeshifter Hour Glass, Inc. Eve Fishinevich (Project Coordinator) Rondell Sinanan (Head of Research) Milestone 2 Date of Presentation: 09/99/9999 Section Z

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