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Hackers placed the MIT Police badge on the façade of Building 10 in memory of Officer Sean Collier.




Kresge Auditorium’s windows were decorated in the colors of the teams participating in the presentations




Professor David R. Wallace, the lead teacher for 2.009, was the master of ceremonies for the final presentations which took place in a packed Kresge Auditorium.




Team Purple created a product which prevents equine leg injuries. For their product demo, they brought in “Pinky,” the horse which they had worked with during the semester.




Green Team demoed “Poseidon,” a device which projected a green dot on the bottom of any swimming pool to help swimmers keep up with their target pace.




Professor David R. Wallace was recognized by his students at the end of the 2.009 final presentations.




Bursts of confetti over the heads of the large audience marked the conclusion of the final presentations for 2.009, Product Engineering Process.




The Green Building at MIT was lit in tribute to MIT police officer Sean Collier on the night of April 19, 2013.




MIT police officer Kevin O’Connor paid tribute to fellow officer Sean Collier in front of Building 32 on Friday, April 19, 2013. Collier was killed near this location the previous night by the Marathon bombing suspects.






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