Knit VENTURA comes to a close…for now- Hruby & Perez

During the Make-O-Rama, Stephanie and I set up a table to present our project to students and teachers.  We spread our knitted material over our space and also included a small scale model of the trailer for enhanced display.  Additionally, we had Steph’s computer set up with our slide show.  I noticed that people were... Continue Reading →

Real Talk (Annalise Irby)

Since the beginning of the semester, the Trailer Automation team has overcome many obstacles: logistical (our parts not available or shipped too late), physical (our workspace shuffled around to many different spaces in search of power outlets and quiet testing environments) and, most importantly, mental (our own worries and confusions). As we dove deeper into... Continue Reading →

Sounds like Success (Chloe CW)

As the year nears the close and college admissions decision come rolling we get closer to the Maker Faire and presenting our creation to our community.  This means my group needs to realistically asses our goals for this project.  Initially we undertook a huge project, and maybe it is still possible that we could accomplish... Continue Reading →

Sensing the Code (Chloe CW)

My new team started a project that involves programming and building circuits.  We are creating a system that will monitor the temperature, gas, humidity, sound, light, and motion in the airstream trailer at our school.  There has been a problem with break-ins in the past, so we decided to create a system to prevent people... Continue Reading →

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