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Every Blip Counts – Low Cost Seismic Sensors

Project Leaders  
  • $755

  • 16 Funders
  • Ended 12/15/11

    Complete!
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  • Judy Gaukel
  • Alexis Doty
  • Debi Kilb
  • Jennifer and Rob
Goods  
  • Fund $10 and more

    Name Recognition. We will create a Wordle (http://www.wordle.net/) of all contributors’ names, in which the font size of your name will be proportional to the dollar amount contributed to the project. The final Wordle will be a permanent part of the credits in our Kinect Quake Catcher Game and will also be available for download from our website in 2012.

    1 Funders

  • Fund $15 and more

    We will send you a laminated (size approximately: 2” x 6”) vinyl indoor/outdoor scuff resistant sticker of our Quake Catcher Network logo. All stickers will be mailed by February 2012.

    1 Funders

  • Fund $20 and more

    You can pick the design, shape and color of a pair of shoes in our game-play used in the 'jump' mini-game. Because of copyright, you must either describe your shoe preference in words, and our cartoonist will draw them or you can supply a non-copyright version of the shoe image of your choosing.

    8 Funders

  • Fund $50 and more

    You can name a cartoon character in our game-play (names within reason of course; children will be playing this game).

    2 Funders

  • Fund $100 and more

    An original cartoon drawing will be created just for you. It will be signed by the artist for you and emailed to you so you can print out multiple copies if you like!

    4 Funders

  • Fund $250 and more

    Via Skype, one of our resident Quake Catcher Network seismologists will be available for a 1-hour seismology lecture and question/answer session (appropriate for 2nd grade up to undergraduate).

  • Fund $500 and more

    In February of 2012 we will host a 2-hour invitation-only demonstration of our Kinect Quake Catcher Game at the Birch Aquarium at Scripps in the San Diego region (http://aquarium.ucsd.edu). Designed as a come-and-play venue, participants are encouraged to drop in at any time to enjoy and test the Kinect Quake Catcher Game. Included in this venue is an introductory overview of the project given by a Scripps seismologist, who will be available to answer questions during the full 2-hour event.

  • Fund $700 and more

    A behind the scenes visit to our lab at Scripps Institution of Oceanography for ½ hour during one of our project development sessions (M/W/F only). Visitors will receive a free QCN sensor.

  • Fund $1,000 and more

    We will demo our Kinect Quake Catcher Game at the learning center (i.e., school, museum or library) of your choice within the San Diego region. If you are interested in this reward, before donating, please contact us at dkilb@ucsd.edu to discuss if your venue qualifies for this prize. Small print: The winners are in charge of all aspects of hosting the event (i.e., reserving the event location, inviting participants, parking, etc). Our group will supply the game-play fun for up to 2 hours.