Dylan Tan Kun Hou

Pre-camp (23 May, Monday)
    • We get to make things do things which is quite cool. I hope to use this knowledge to power robots and automate boring tasks like sweeping floors.
    • We can learn more about the concepts that power technology around us, like the thought processes behind the mechanism and stuff
    • N.A.
    First Day (24 May, Tuesday)
    • What did you do today?
      • I made a robot spin in circles infinitely 
    • What did you learn today?
      • I learned more about the logic behind moving a robot around.
    • How do you feel about today’s activities?
      • I realised that programming a robot is actually very straightforward but it is very tedious to make small adjustments to its movements. 
      • Because of this I feel that robots can be easily made to automate repetitive tasks but require some work to fine-tune.
    Second Day (25 May, Wednesday)
    • What did you do today?
      • We ran a robot through multiple obstacle courses.
    • What did you learn today?
      • Discuss any learning points from today’s activities
    • How do you feel about today’s activities?
      • Describe how the project has affected your understanding of the discipline and how it may be applied elsewhere
      • Share your insights for the day
    • What new questions do you have regarding the discipline?
    Third Day (26 May, Thursday)
    • Project Sharing Sessions
      • Note down at least three key learning points
    • How do you feel about the NTU-SST Flagship programme?
      • Describe how the programme has affected your understanding of the discipline on a larger scale
      • Share your insights for the programme in general

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