Share your final work product below:
Show us pictures, presentations, or anything else you made for this project!
To be given soon, my team does notebook entries for things that we have done. When those are created I can link them here. For experts looking to evaluate my project, please contact me personally and I can explain the extent of what I have done both in CAD and in the physical world.
What did you learn about yourself from this project?
Did you spark a new interest? Perhaps you realized that you didn't like this field after all. Just tell us what you discovered about yourself through this project!
I am slower at designing things than I need to be.
What did you learn academically from this project?
Take the skills you aligned to this project and show us how you applied them. Was there anything else you learned along the way?
Minimum Viable Product
This is essentially what I was doing for this project, creating the bare functional minimum so that I have something to improve upon later.
I made many prototypes during this project, most of which turned in to full blown designs.
no other skills in the wiki fit my project.
What advice would you give to someone starting a similar project?
Was there a particularly helpful book, website, or resource? Or, perhaps you realized the scope of the project was too large because of an unforeseen constraint. Whatever the advice, give it here!
Join a team with like minded people! Doing this kind of work on your own kind of sucks!
Rose, Bud, Thorn.
🌹What did you enjoy most about this project? 🥀What didn't go well in this project? 🌱What will you do differently next time?
🌹: I got to see the things I made work really well
🥀: The stress of being the sole designer for an entire project is something that hurt my creative process a lot
🌱: Join a different robotics team :D
What advice or feedback do you have for the Sora team?
Honestly this one was smoother, but consistency is going to be the most important part. The rapid changes need to stop very soon.
Checkpoint 5: Review
This checkpoint is being reviewed by Ava M.