ProCodeCG Kids Regular Coding Class – 28 Sept 2019

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This is our Saturday 🙂 How’s yours?

Syathir is starting to create a game 🙂

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He had created some of the sprites last week and today he started to create a room

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adding sprites to the room

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the more sprites the merrier 😀

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Syathir looks very excited exploring what he can do with GameMaker, so we just let him improvise 😀

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Aidia’s plan is to install the components and the circuits

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to this delicately built structure

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but first we have to test the sensor again because last week it wouldn’t read anything

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and finally it did read some values but we still need to calibrate the sensor to make sure it detects the correct colors

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we need to re-scale the readings to fit the numbers processed by the code

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Kinan is still building her Agario Game

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Today she started to make the player gets bigger when it eats the food

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had finished all he wanted to do with the maze game 🙂

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So he may start another game: a shooting game. Look how Clive created a sequence of slightly different sprites to give smooth animation

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done with creating sprites and making this character shooting. Will add more complexity to the game in the next class 🙂

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Sam is given a new project: to detect object and give it a price, so that later we can scan different objects to get the total price 🙂

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the codes

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wanted to do some editing before continuing his machine learning project

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Al is still adding the data and make the machine learn and we haven’t yet got the results

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Capt. Faris is exploring a chatbot that can answer questions and suggest links to a certain topic

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we deploy it to android

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and to Telegram messaging

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Techa was very happy when he was told that he was going to create a game 🙂

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starting with creating sprites

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and then creating objects that can moves

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creating rooms and put the objects in there

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adding more sprites and more behaviour

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Techa made several rooms so that the player and move to another room after reaching some certain points

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interesting-looking game 🙂

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Baran still wants to learn JavaScript

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Baran learns looping by drawing interesting line patterns 🙂

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Ihsan is going to continue the lesson of basic electronics

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the lesson for today is multi-function button to activate 2 LEDs

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and then creating a traffic light with pedestrian button simulation

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needed some time to debugging each wire and LED and also the polarity until it finally works 🙂

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Yogi has successfully added mini map to the game, yayy

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the mini map needs some scale and coordinates adjustments

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the code

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Ara still has to generate Rainbow tables to be able to hack password

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the command below is to generate  8 char length md5 hash of uppercase letters

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Syadad is still figuring out the Minecraft setting to connect to Arduino with Minecraft Link

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Neo is running out of time. The competition will be started next week

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and he is finding the most simplest way to send Arduino sensor readings to a browser

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Zaaka has been adding more advanced techniques to the game 🙂

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including animations

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and some other features to make the game feel more realistic and running smoothly

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Kishan is doing the same thing with the game 🙂

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He added more sprites, more animations, more tricks that surely increase the awesomeness level of the game 😉

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Mika is creating his first game with GameMaker 🙂

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He has learned to create some sprites, making objects and put them in a room 🙂

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Next time we will learn to make the objects move 😉

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The class

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*Photos and videos are also available here

ProCodeCG – Private Training – Object Classification with Tensorflow – 26 Sept 2019 – Day #3

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We have installed Tensorflow and the dependencies to do object recognition and object counting. Today we started to collect our own data and do labelling so we can start do training with our own data set

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it requires lots of steps and lots of time 😀

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we have to resize all the images and label the image before feeding it to the learning system

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We started with very few data set and going to how the result is. And then we will add more data and do classifications.

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Great progress for today 🙂 We still have 2 more sessions and we’re going to finish the target by then 🙂

ProCodeCG Kids Private Class – Robotics – 23 Sept 2019

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Road to Russia saga continues 🙂

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Fadhlan has created an awesome PPT *for a 1000th time 😀

And it is getting better and better 🙂 He is truly a hardworker 🙂

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Today Fadhlan will rewire SNAPBOT I because it has stopped working since we tested it with PWM control and migrate it to Arduino Mega

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and today we’re going to dissect another mouse. We have crushed 1 USB mouse, dissect and test 2 USB mouse, buy a wireless mouse but then found an easier way with PS2 mouse that we’re going to test today

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The wiring

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The readings

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The mapping

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Allright! The mouse will be deployed on SNAPBOT II 🙂

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The mess we created today 😀

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Messy but we’re happy with the progress! Now we’re quite optimistic that we can get things done on time! 🙂

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ProCodeCG – Kids Private Class – Electronics Project – 21 Sept 2019

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We’re finishing Josh Smart Aquarium Project 🙂

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Today we’re adding LED to display the ultrasonic reading and status

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the code

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testing the object detection and distance

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and then adding a counting down info and the status of the water pump 🙂

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well done, Josh, good luck with the competition 😉

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*Photos and videos are also available here

ProCodeCG Kids Regular Coding Class – 21 Sept 2019

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Reporting how we spend our Saturday morning 🙂

Faiz voluntarily wants to learn Python programming 🙂 So started with downloading and installing Python

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and then following the handout to learn basic syntax and commands

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Faiz learns how to create simple codes in Python to do math 🙂 Well done!

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Adit starts to learn GameMaker 🙂

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starting to create his own game 😉

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Aidia is now back to the color sorter project

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she rewires the project because we want to put the component on the placeholders

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testing the sensor, and it is not reading. need to find what is wrong

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Syadad is still working hard with Minecraft Link to connect Minecraft to Arduino. It usually take a while to understand the command block and the electronics wiring 🙂

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is making projects in Minecraft, still need some time to digest JavaScript coding in Minecraft

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Baran wants to learn JavaScript 😉

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so today he spent the whole 3 hours exploring JavaScript and learned a lot 😉

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Fadhlan keeps progressing with both SNAPBOT I and II

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SNAPBOT I before moving from Arduino Uno to Arduino Mega

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SNAPBOT II with Arduino Mega

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SNAPBOT I and II

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Hafiz is still working on the Detecting Color for the Color Blind App 🙂

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He finally can build the project into App Inventor

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and then test the App from his smartphone 🙂 Very nice 😉

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The code

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Next is to add text to voice module 🙂 A very nice progress 🙂

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Boy continued learning Python with CodeCombat

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and then started to create games with GameMaker 🙂

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Techa is still finishing the last levels of CodeCombat 😉

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a good way to learn problem solving 🙂

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Boy helped Techa to solve a level 🙂

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Capt. Faris is very busy helping kids with different and advanced topics 🙂 But he always finds solution 😉

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Capt. Faris helped Faiz to understand Python basic syntax 😉

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Ara is struggling with attacking password with Rainbow Tables 🙂 Lots of steps to do 🙂

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generating the Rainbow Tables

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and after finishing generating /downloading the tables then we are ready to attack 🙂

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Yogi’s task for today is to create a mini map in Game Maker Studio

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He followed a tutorial and finally did it 🙂

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Syathir is making his own game today 🙂

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Mika is also started his GameMaker journey today. We forgot to take pics because we were busy discussing about what he should do for homework 😉

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Neo is making a huge progress with his Detecting Humidity with IoT project

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We’re testing the code

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and the components

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Neo use a sensor, two development boards and a relay to control an air pump

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Neo uses MQTTBox to monitor the humidity, the status and to detect problems

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an amazing work! Keep going Neo!

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Fab is struggling with installing GameMaker because the laptop does not support the old version and apparently refuse to install .NET libraries required. So we spent some time to find work around to solve this and we decided to download GameMaker Studio 2 instead 🙂 *so sorry that we forgot to take pic of Fab due to the high activities in the class 😦

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*Photos and videos are also available here

ProCodeCG – Darul Hikam – Kids Coding Class – 20 September 2019

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Our class today 🙂 Lots of progress and excitement going on 🙂

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now can add scores to the game

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and add levels so when the player has reached certain score, the game will move to the next level 🙂

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Darrel is very excited to improve the game 🙂 He seems to be happy playing his own game 🙂

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Dipta is back 🙂

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today Dipta is doing a challenge to learn more about basic programming

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And so does Maliq 🙂

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drag and drop programming is very effective to teach kids basic programming logics

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Rifqi had finished the LightBot challenge and now he’s speeding up doing the next challenge

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Rifqi has finished all the maze challenges

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and started the bird challenge 🙂

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Mandala is busy improving his game

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by arranging the room

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and adding more sprites

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Hanif’s project for today is ultrasonic with buzzer

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and as soon as it’s done, next is to add LEDs

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The buzzer will active in certain frequency when it detects object in certain distance, and certain LEDs will light up too 🙂

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all is working well, great progress for today 🙂

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Capt. Bullitt is having lunch before starts teaching 🙂

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Capt. Bullitt has to make sure each kid gets assistance needed in the class 🙂

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Acha still has lots of ideas to be put in the game 🙂

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The game is getting more advanced each time 🙂

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you can tell the complexity of a game by checking out how much the objects involved 😀 take a look at these 🙂

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Khalis is busy doing Minecraft Hero Adventure, this is more advanced than what his peers have done 🙂

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Sami’ is doing two challenges for today: Minecraft Hour of Code and LightBots 🙂

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even though Sami’s has started creating games, these challenges is important to develop structured thinking for problem solving

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The class 🙂

 

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*Photos and videos are also available here