Before this experiment, we divided the class into

Before beginning to monitoring
the class, certain requirements were set. The system is needed to be easy to
use and the user could remotely monitor environmental changes inside the class.
Sensor data required to be collected and stored for showing changes in the
environment variables. We had a fixed temperature to get reliable results.

The measurements
accomplished by the data communications between Arduino, DHT11 Sensor Module,
ESP8266 WIFI module and Gobetwino. Arduino’s Celsius scale thermometer and
percentage scale humidity meter displays the ambient temperature and humidity
through Gobetwino display and also record it as a text file.

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We take the measurements on 30.11.2017
and 07.12.2017 dates, 2 weeks consecutively, in smart
class of Kadir Has University. We take two measurement tests by Arduino each
day. One is before the class when the lecture didn’t start and one is after the
lecture while the students write their reflection papers about the class and
filling our survey questions.

We try to figure out their
comfort level in the temperature we fixed by HVAC system and their motivation
in this environment. First week we fixed the classroom temperature at 20.00 Celsius
and the second week we fixed it at 27.00. There were 26 people in the test group
and we neglected the genders and clothes while we commentate the results.

For this experiment, we
divided the class into eleven regions. We gave a number to each region and
recorded the results of each region separately. We ensured students sit in the
same places in this two days of experiment. At the end of the class we asked
the students to write a reflection paper about the lesson and to answer the
survey questions which we gave them before the class. We asked them
for mark where they sit in class on the graph we gave them and mark the spot
they want to sit if it is possible.

A systematic approach in designing the microcontroller
based system for measurement and control of the temperature and humidity has
been followed.  The results obtained from
the measurement have shown that the system performance is quite reliable and
accurate. This project has been completed successfully, and our goal of
integrating all of the underlying technologies has been met. We get our data
with Arduino and transmit them wirelessly to a processing sketch, where they
are visualized for simple analysis.