We have started a new project 3D printing the our class is using a block based code website witch is called beet blocks and we have to make different shapes before we can 3D print our final product.
our first task was to make a polygon. i made a 12 sided polygon. on the right is the shape i made and on the left is the code as you can see the fist block is when flag clicked. then it start extruding means start drawing.
this was our second task we had to make a hexagon with holes in it. on the left side is my code and on the right side is my shape
this is my code for the 3 task witch there are 4 different colours we had to stack up 4 hexagons in mine i stacked them small to tall.
for the next three weeks we are going to be pulling a part an object and up cycling it so we can use it for something again. this photo was the first part our project we had to write down objects around our school system then people in our school system like teacher and students. then we had to do interactions so what parts of the things interact together.
for the project this term i am going to pull apart a Ferrari this is bottom of and the top labelled parts and purposes of it.
this is the start of the pulling apart process this is when i just opened it up in this photo there is a mother board witch runs all the code. The cords coming off is connecting to the different parts in the car. the white box at the back gives power to the whole so it can drive.
this thing i found it hard to now what this was it was a little battery with cords connect to 2 wheels.
these screw came out of the car. some of the screws that were really hard to get out so i had to smash things so will get them open.
this is the the bottom of the car inside.
these things make the wheels spin.
this was inside the white box
this is whats left of the car inside and on top every thing is gone inside this is whats left from the outside.
this is the deign up cycling witch i am doing a party car witch has led lights in it and music playing
this is the code for the makey maky sounds for the upcyling