Okay today we created something more complicated, a schematic with ultrasonic sensor, LEDs (and resistors of course 😉 and buzzer 🙂
Ozan had a headache already? 😀
Darrell was getting ready to catch up after several weeks off from the class 🙂
Hello Zahran, Muhammad and Ren (these three are always together 😀 ), are you ready for the new schematic today? 😉
Areli needed to check his LCD code and made sure it works just fine 🙂
Farrell was so determined to continue his gyroscope project 🙂
Today’s schematic is quite complex so it took kids some time to prepare the components 😀
The schematic requires patience and concentration. Very good for the kids to sharpen their logic and problem solving skill.
Arduino programming stimulates the kids visually and non-visually. They have to make both the hardware and software work.
And after a while, Reza showed up (and forgot to bring his toolkit LOL so he can use the big toolbox for this time 😀 )
Farrell needed to downloaded the gyroscope library (MPU6050) before getting started
This scene is what makes Saturday is worth waiting for 🙂
Ren’s finished it first (like usual) 🙂
With only 3 LEDs but it worked (3 more LED will be added later if he’s not bored because he ‘d done this one at home so it’s better for him to move to the next lesson :D)
Reza’s finally worked. The ultrasonic sensor he was using wasn’t working properly so when it was replaced with Ren’s, it worked just fine (we have to claim the sensor to the store and claim for a new one 😉 )
Zahran’s worked too 🙂
This one is Muhammad’s 🙂
Farrell’s gyroscope schematic didn’t work because some wirings got mixed up. He fixed it
and it worked, yeaaay!
Since Reza had finished his, helped by Ren, he helped Darrell
Darrell wasn’t really in the mood doing the schematic because it was quite complicated, and it took extra effort to check it 😀
Yeeeayy, Ozan’s worked 🙂
Ok we’ve done a great job today, and ready to do more next week 😉