Rain Remover Presentation

Alessandra Manganaro

The Rain Remover

Created by Alessandra Manganaro

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Digital Presentation Slideshow: May 3, 2018

Steffany Williams
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Sunrise, Sunsit incorporates the pleasure of watching a sunset or sunrise, sitting down while also providing an intricate aspect of shade. This permits park guests to enjoy the beautiful environment of LakeBonnet, mesmerized by the ecosystems and the kinetic machine that we replicated. The simple mechanism only requires a rotation of the bottom (large) gears, connected to the top (small) gears by a rope chain, revolving the dowel that withholds the panels.

Graphic Design Tips

Andrew Todd Marcus

Basic Electricity

Andrew Todd Marcus

Day 1

Keenan Gray

Installing Arduino

Keenan Gray
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visit this link https://www.arduino.cc/en/main/software

Scroll down and select the proper version for the computer you use. 

Download and unzip the file - be sure to place the unzipped content somewhere on your computer you will remember - do not keep it in downloads or it may be lost/deleted accidentally.

Creating Your Studio Setup

Chris Perry
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Creating Your Studio Setup

For this activity, you will be creating a space where you can work on your robot over the next two weeks. There are two parts to this activity:

Part 1: Space 

  1. To start off, you will need to find a space where you will be able to work, and to clear it off completely. Perhaps you have a desk or table that you can use, or maybe prefer to work on the floor. 
  2. Once you have staked your claim and cleared it off, you may want to clean it as well (either wipe it down, brush it off, etc.)
  3. Take a picture of your work surface to share with the studio 

Part 2: Materials

  1. In addition to the materials we have sent you, collect any other tools you may have or think that you might need.
  2. Organize those materials in your space, for how to organize, you can check out this video on Knolling
  3. Photograph the materials you have knolled to share with the studio

Part 3: Software 

  1. Please download Arduino an IDE for editing the code of your robot. Ensure that Arduino opens on your computer for the first day of class. [Additional Help on Installing]
  2. You will also need to be able to plug the included USB cable into your computer, if you are using a mac, you may need a usb to usb-c Adapter

Deliverable

Once you complete this activity, be sure to take at least  (2) photos of your work surface and knolled materials. We will go over how to post documentations into the Response tab when we meet as a studio.

Creating Your Studio Setup

Chris Perry
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Creating Your Studio Setup

For this activity, you will be creating a space where you can work on your robot over the next two weeks. There are two parts to this activity:

Part 1: Space 

  1. To start off, you will need to find a space where you will be able to work, and to clear it off completely. Perhaps you have a desk or table that you can use, or maybe prefer to work on the floor. 
  2. Once you have staked your claim and cleared it off, you may want to clean it as well (either wipe it down, brush it off, etc.)
  3. Take a picture of your work surface to share with the studio 

Part 2: Materials

  1. In addition to the materials we have sent you, collect any other tools you may have or think that you might need.
  2. Organize those materials in your space, for how to organize, you can check out this video on Knolling
  3. Photograph the materials you have knolled to share with the studio

Part 3: Software 

  1. Please download Arduino an IDE for editing the code of your robot. Ensure that Arduino opens on your computer for the first day of class. [Additional Help on Installing]
  2. You will also need to be able to plug the included USB cable into your computer, if you are using a mac, you may need a usb to usb-c Adapter

Deliverable

Once you complete this activity, be sure to take at least  (2) photos of your work surface and knolled materials. We will go over how to post documentations into the Response tab when we meet as a studio.

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Mechanical Hand

Eli Weldon
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