Kady Teo Han Ning

Pre-camp (23 May, Monday)
    • What sounds interesting about this project?
    • What do you think you can learn from this project?
    • Any immediate questions regarding the project?
    Programming the robot to complete an obstacle course sounds interesting about this project. I think I can learn another programming language and about the EvalBot from this project. I don't have any immediate questions regarding the project yet.



    First Day (24 May, Tuesday)
    • What did you do today?
      • Briefly describe your day’s activities
      • Include at least one photograph from today
    • 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
    ^a picture of the EvalBot^

    Today, we went through how to program a robot to move forward, backward, left and right. We also learnt two kinds of turns a robot can make, point turn and swing turn. Point turn is when one wheel moves forward while the other reverses. Swing turn is when one wheel moves forward while the other stops to act as an anchor. I have understood how tasks work and this can be applied elsewhere when I need to program. I enjoyed my day at the NTU campus, exploring how to program the robot to move the way you want it to.



    Second Day (25 May, Wednesday)
    • What did you do today?
      • Briefly describe your day’s activities
      • Include at least one photograph from today
    • 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?
    ^a group picture with Project Advisors at the end of the day^

    In the morning, we were given till 10 a.m. to perfect our separate courses. 10 a.m. was the start of the "assessment" where by we run the robot and get points depending on how well and efficient the robot went through the course. After the whole assessment, we were tasked with a finale course whereby we worked in our groups, not individual. This was where my group got pulled up from last place to the overall first. I learnt that teamwork is very important.


    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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