Wednesday, October 11, 2017

good, bad, and ugly conversations and final conversations

GOOD BAD AND UGLY
clear and labeled
white piece of paper under materials for pictures
bright lighting
used illustrator to create diagrams
photos, document, drawings, flowcharts, diagrams - lit, focused, high res, have videos
well written text/words - grammar
have links to the materials
make sure you have a materials list
narrative
well formed language
tagging images with notes


FINAL TALK
Inputs- sensor kits
Wearable- clothing, jewelry, body modificaion
Arduino
Outputs- does something in our world

amazon- elegoo 37 in 1 sensor module kit

heartbeat???


Final Ideas






Notes

if using school computers
-bring jump drive to save sketchbook to their
-if saved on school computer everything will get deleted


setup and loop


file-example-basic-blink

THE GOOD, THE BAD, AND THE UGLY

THE GOOD:

http://www.instructables.com/id/Custom-Candles/

 I thought this was a really good intractable. Candle making can be fairly simple if you are just making a simple candle but this one is custom shaped candles and it shows exactly how to make the cut outs for the wax to be poured into. and I mean commmmme on, who doesn't like candles?

THE BAD:

http://www.instructables.com/id/Halloween-Pumpkin-2/

Im not even exactly sure what this is suppose to be. The pictures are very blurry and all the instructions say are to look at what he/she is doing in the photos for the directions.

THE UGLY:

http://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-Train-Dogs-Without-Treats/

I've trained my puppy from 8 weeks old and theres no way he could learn without treats. Puppies are like humans and they need to be rewards for good behavior. Yes my puppy would lay down without giving him a treat but it didn't stick in his mind as well as when I did give him a treat. I also don't think he should be forcing his dog to lay down by simply pulling his legs out from underneath him. How would he like it if someone did that to him to get him to lay down?

Sunday, October 1, 2017

Project

For our project we decided to take our noise makers into public.
For the first time we placed both of them into the bushes hidden around a bunch of mail boxes. We set up a camera and left it for an hour. We only had one person come up to the mail box and he did look around but I dont think he was alarmed by the sound because we were outside and it could have easily been an outside noise.
For the second time we decided we would put them in my purse and I would walk around Publix. We didn't seem to have any reaction from anybody at all. The cashier knew something was up but she didnt give us any certain looks or say anything. 
Our main goal was to get a different reaction out of someone but both of these times clearly explain that people are use to hearing unnormal things out in public and unnormal is now normal. 


Sunday, September 24, 2017

Week 4 reflection

This week we did a noise project which makes absolutely terrible sounds. On the first day we made it on the bread board and then the second day we soldered them together. They only work when something is touching the touch points. 









video

Project