green 1-12rzsdu MIC 1-rucva7Presenting Clinic:
- RULE OF THIRDS IS A WAY TO TAKE A PHOTO ON THE LINES.
- GET THE FOCUS ON THE PIC.
- MAKE SURE YOU HAVE A BACKGROUND.
A zoom camera is a type of camera that you would think is very good at zooming but instead it is good at filming and sound.
this is a zoom camrer.
an audio booth is a little room that has a mike in the room and you can record your voice to put in a video.
the angels are side, wide, long and short These are some of them.
these are the camera views.
where the bike rider is, is were the movie is made so you can look at what you have made.
were the Picturtes are is were you put them to have them in the little movie.
- the long time line looking thing is what you use to see the sound , length and what’s going on in it.
SHOT LIST AND STORY BOARD
A shot list is if you go out on set or location, you know what to say without making it up on the spot and having to try over and over. Instead you can get it right 1st shot.
A story board is what you are going to do as in actions, also with what your saying. So it looks better and doesn’t look unorganised.
This is an example of a story board.
SHOT GUN CAMARA
SHOT GUN MICROPHONE
The last clinic we did was green screen.
This is the makey makey mother board is the power sores for what you are making a game or a windmill that same one made with 3 dee.
This is a video explaining makey makey.
This is my prediction for my spinner. 3/10 spins will land on the blank because there are 3 out of 8 blank areas, and half of 10 is 5, which is close to 3. There is more chance of landing on orange because it has a bigger area and takes up 5/8 areas. There is a higher possibility of landing on orange.
I spun 40 times.
Out of 40 times 23 times it landed on yellow which is more than 50% of spins and the yellow had the most chance of all of them.
10/40 spins landed on purple that is the colour with the least chance.
This is a fair spinner, because they are all similar in size. I would predict they would have similar chance and I would put them evenly spaced.
This is a little diagram of a light of what is in side.
This is a diagram of what is in side.
This is a explaining the program.
Today we were working on ore robots and we all made sensor that go’s on the front of the EV3 robot.
That is what the colour sensor looks like.
The aim of the sensor is to detect a colour or a line to stop or go on. mine worked because it stopped on the colour.
This is a little video of mine working.
That was the colour that I program my robot to stop at. It was successful in getting to the red shape but I thought it was also programmed to come back to the centre of the table which didn’t happen.
robotics week 2
So this week we all had to figure out how to complete a challenge mat. The challenge mat is some boards with a black line that the robot ev3 had to sense with a colour sensor as it moved around the board.
This video shows the ev3 working successfully and making it to the end of the mat. But the programme sometimes wasn’t right so I had to adjust parts of the programme like speed and direction. If the robot was not fast enough it would not make it up and over the speed bump or the sensor would not sense the colour and go off course. So these are some parts of the programme that needed to be fixed.
The task for today was to get our machine working so our group kond do the task and our task is to ring a bell.
The marble go’s down the seesaw and up the ramp that Leeds to a lever that hits a marble and the marble go’s to a tube and then go’s to a pulley and rings a bell.
That is the seesaw.
This is a short video of my machine.
This weeks robotics challenge was to get the robot to go around a square, because you had to measure the distance so the robot will go around the square. when you are measuring to work out the distance for the programme you manually push the robot the length of one ruler and count the wheel rotations so you know how many to put in your programme. As all the measurements of the square are the same you can use this first number of rotations as your measurement for all sides adding the 90 degree instruction for the robot to turn the corner
This was the square that we went around.
When I did the measurement I calculated 2 rotations for the robot to get to the end but this was not enough when I actually tried it with the robot programmed as the robot didn’t make it to the end and turned too early cutting across the square as you see in the video.
On Friday the 26/5/2017.
On Friday we did microworlds. microworlds is a website that you can make shapes with but you have to program the turtle with commands for it to do something. Some of the commands are FD, BK, LF, RT,PD and numbers on the end of them so the turtle knows our much turn it has to do and the direction eg left right forward back and how far to go.
The commands are fed into the computer and entered one at a time so you are directing the turtle to make the shape you want. The aim of this programme was to make quadrilateral shapes a four sided shape.