CONCEPT

Learn Arduino through doing and pay it forward on Github

During my internship at Team One, I had the opportunity to do an individual project on a skill I wanted to build. I knew I wanted to learn more about physical prototyping, and it all fit right into place when I found this Instructables tutorial on how to make a Spider Robot. However, I found out pretty quickly that I had a lot more questions than answers once I got started in the prototyping process. Therefore, with the help of Donnie Plumly and Rob Edwards (my mentors), I set out to fill in the gaps with added documentation of my own through a github repository with videos, links, and Fritzings for further context.

PROTOTYPE

This was the first prototype without a separate Clarify button and was embedded into the send button of the email provider.

This was the first prototype without a separate Clarify button and was embedded into the send button of the email provider.

This was the first prototype without a separate Clarify button and was embedded into the send button of the email provider.

DOCUMENTATION

Automatic movement Fritzing (user has no control over the robot)

Bluetooth Fritzing (user controls robot via Bluetooth)

THE TEAM

Angelica Ortiz, Freelance Experience Designer: CT/VR Focus

Mentors: Donnie Plumly, Creative Technologist • Rob Edwards, Manager of Creative Technology

MY RESPONSIBILITIES
PROTOTYPING
DOCUMENTING
TOOLS USED
GITHUB
FRITZING
ARDUINO
MY RESPONSIBILITIES

Prototyping, Documenting

TOOLS USED

Github, Fritzing, Arduino

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