ProCodeCG Kids Coding Camp – Arduino Programming Day #3 – 7 Jan 2017

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Arduino Programming Coding Camp Day #3 🙂

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We started doing projects 🙂 Kiran started pedestrian crossing project while Salman catching up with the temperature and humidity sensor from yesterday’s task 🙂

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Well Saturday is Saturday 🙂 This is our Saturday be like after 12-days of coding camp in a row 😀

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This one is preparing for national exam while reading some thick books during coding camp 🙂

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These two kids are amazing. The have created more than 10 schematic in 3 days 🙂

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Kiran rarely makes mistakes 🙂

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Salman is very persistence typing the code, even though he can’t type as fast as he creates the schematic 🙂

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The temperature and humidity sensor works 🙂

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Temperature: 22 Celcius and Humidity: 62

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This Captain wanted to do pedestrian crossing project too

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Salman started to moved to pedestrian crossing project

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Kiran’s has worked just fine. Well done 🙂

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And Salman’s too 🙂 The picture show the state when the pedestrian is not allowed to cross because the red light on the left is on while the “green” light on the right is on. So in this state, cars will cross the road and pedestrian should press the button to set the pedestrian light to green and cars light to red 🙂

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After we finished the first project, the next is to measure height using ultrasonic 🙂

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Capt. Awa helped Salman to debug the code 🙂

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Okay the schematic is ready we’re measuring heights 🙂 Salman is 125cm

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Capt. Fizhan is 150cm. Kiran is 140cm (no picture)

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Next project: Battery tester 🙂

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Awa still working on Salman’s height measuring coding

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Battery tester schematic is quite complex 🙂

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Capt. Awa gave up and Capt. Zaki came to fix Salman’s height measuring coding (later we found out that the code didn’t print the sensor reading LOL)

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Yaaay after lunch Salman finally finished his battery tester project 🙂 This shows that the battery is half/medium capacity because the LED in the middle is on

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This one shows a battery with low capacity because the red LED is on 🙂

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Kiran’s battery tester works too 🙂 It shows the same result as Salman’s for the same batteries 🙂 This one is low capacity

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And this one half capacity

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We did try to add some buzzer to the schematic but still didn’t work. We’ll figure out later 🙂

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Yaaay, these two has just finished Arduino Programming Coding Camp! They’re now as good as kids in Arduino Programming Regular Class 🙂

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See you on the next Coding Camp in the next 6 months 🙂

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