Class hours: 9:40am – 2:05pm
- A Day.
- This is so creep. Just no.
- TechCrunch App Re-Design process.
- Speed edits with a musical TWIST!
- Important dates from Emmy Charron:
25th: College Rep from Southern New Hampshire University
26th: 10-12:00 FAFSA & VSAC information session in the Library computer lab: Let me know if you plan to attend.
28th: ACT test date
- How was everyone’s weekend? Everyone go to college?
9:40 Attendance and Article
9:45 Site Maintenance
- Check the “What is Due“.
- Time for college HW?
- All other classes caught up?
10:45 Break (15 Minutes)
Robots! Be nice to Mrs. Ligouri. Listen. Go science!
12:10 Lunch (30 Minutes)
12:40 Attendance and Article
12:45 CAWD Trinket Give Away
For the rest of the day, we will be brainstorming and creating objects in Maya that we will print off for visitors as they head out after visits. Being that visitors crept up a little sooner than expected, we need a quick turn around time for printing these out. You may have seen the past couple weeks, Mr. Cronin and I have been trying to figure out what we can do to make visitors more interested in coming to our classroom. (VR will be a big hit.) One to get students in CAWD, but also to show we care about our visitors and students that pass on through our space.
I want you guys to think as if you were visiting CAWD and you walked away with a cool 3D printed object. What would have really resonated with you that you might even keep till this day? A whistle? A keychain? A little desk ornament?
Here are a couple websites that supply nothing but 3d models to print. Thingiverse and GrabCad. Please only use these for brainstorming. I do not want to see you referencing one of the models and basically copying it.
- One object
- Stay away from needing supports
- No materials
- Must say CAWD
These will probably not be 100% done today, but we will be presenting them as much as they are done so you can defend your product. 10 seconds max. We will do a quick vote too.
When complete, upload a render as giveAway.jpg to your week_9 folder.
Computer screens on sleep, 10 seconds to defend your product.