ProCodeCG Kids Regular Coding Class – Arduino/ESPectro Programming – 9 Dec 2017

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This is what our Saturdays made of 🙂

Captains preparing the class 🙂 ProCodeCG doesn’t hire programmers. We raise them 🙂

These are (from left to right): Ain (going to start his first Captain duty on coding camp next week), Capt. Azriel, Tiga (Ain’s little brother) and Capt. Awa 🙂

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Thanks so much for preparing the class 🙂 :*

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Capt. Awa is in the middle of his project: building a radar system for navigation 🙂

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He was going to disassemble an AroX robot and took some parts of it for his project

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We’re going to use ultrasonic sensors and servo

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And some codes, of course

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Awa’s workplace 😀

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After watching some tutorials, we decided to disassembly a microservo and modify it to be able to rotate 360 degrees continously

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We had to cut something out of these gears

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and put them altogether again

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Well, this requires lots of patience and hard work 😉

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Ozan was still investigating why the ultrasonic counter wouldn’t work with LCD

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We’ve tried many configurations and codes

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Even changed the LCD because this one wouldn’t turn on

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There are days when things are so frustrating but we will keep working on it, yes Ozan? 😀

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Even if we have to start all over again from the beginning 😀

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The class

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And a little coding mom reunion 🙂

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It was such a perfect Saturday 🙂 Can’t wait to continue our research again next Saturday 🙂

 

 

 

 

 

 

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ProCodeCG Kids Regular Coding Class – Arduino/ESPectro Programming

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Our Arduino/ESPectro Programming class today 🙂

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One of our extension cable didn’t work so Capt. Awa opened and checked it with voltmeter 🙂

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He found the source of problem and fixed it 🙂

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Took extra patience and some amount of perseverance to do this kind of job 😀

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It took lots of positions too 😀

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And finally after several testing, Capt. Awa officially announced that the extension cable was working properly and ready to be used. Thanks so much Capt.!

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After got his technical support job done, Capt. Awa got back to his sonar project 🙂 He was experimenting with Parallax
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and its standard servo 🙂

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the ultrasonic was mounted on top of the servo

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Capt. Awa teamed up with Clarence because Clarence will develop the code to display the reading from Awa’s sonar system to a TFT display

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A really great teamwork 🙂

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Clarence also has his own project, sorting algorithm visualization

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He added more features including serial monitor commands to run the sorting using any chosen algorithm

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Then he started working on ultrasonic

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and the reading worked just fine

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Next is to add micro servo  🙂

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Ozan was still struggling with adding buzzer to ultrasonic counter

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The ultrasonic counter worked fine until he added a buzzer 😀

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We’ve done lots of debugging and try-and-retry attempts but it still didnt’ work 🙂 Have to try again next week 🙂
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After the class: kids just wouldn’t stop 😀

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Friendship scenes after the class 🙂

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Capt. Fizhan (corner) was given a project to design a logo for Bu Rieny (Coding Mom Batch-3) with Wibi (middle) and Ozan (right) accompanying 🙂

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Will be reporting more excitement next week 😉