In order to complete my degree at SAE Institute, I had to write a dissertation. It could be on anything that I wanted (within reason) and my chosen subject would dictate as to whether I would get a BA or BSc classification.
I was keen to get a BSc, so I explored projects that would fall into that category. I was also keen to develop my electronics knowledge, as this would open me up to a wide range of job opportunities that I would not previously have possessed the appropriate skill set.
The idea of building a Reverse Talk Back System was one that would meet both of those criteria, and would also solve a problem that I had personally faced within a studio environment before. With these reasons, I opted to pursue this idea further, and began to formulate it into a project.
Below, there is a PDF copy of the report that I produced, to document this project.