For our final project, HTECb assembled their own #GameofLife boards. We made enough for a full 3x3 square teeming with artificial life!
I asked each of the students to assemble their boards while documenting their progress #throughglass , and I've compiled the results below. Unfortunately, they weren't allowed to do the soldering themselves. Fortunately, our wonderful TA worked all night to finish the boards, and you can see the results below!
I still have some photos and videos to share, especially of our trip to the Princeton Museum, but sadly this is the last project we had as a class. Tomorrow, parents come to pick their students up from camp, and soon thereafter the whole experience will turn into a memory-- hopefully one that stays with them well into our future.
If you've enjoyed our adventures exploring the philosophy of technology for the past few weeks, engage on our Twitter page!
You can see more of our #CTY #Princeton adventures, including our Twitter performance of a #philipkdick short story, at the links below.
Day 0 http://goo.gl/0NCK7e
Day 1 http://goo.gl/9iB7i
Day 2 http://goo.gl/usj1H
Day 3 http://goo.gl/Vz9Xs
Using Klout in the Classroom:
Our interpretation of "Pay for the Printer" by Phillip K. Dick: http://goo.gl/mGXDp
Year in tech:
<3 htec http://goo.gl/IGxLWu
HTEC 2012: http://goo.gl/lP8eIE