OCT 8, 2019 (SECOND WEEK OF SERIAL COMM)
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OCT 1, 2019 (FIRST WEEK OF SERIAL COMM)
SEPT 23, 2019
Cool project research: Teamlabs forest of lanterns and fish pond
First, we tested whether or not the button inputs were being read.
After that, we added an LED to the mix and had it light up whenever a button was pressed. After that worked, we started to write code for a program that would allow the LEDs to light up conditionally based on whether or not the buttons were pressed in the correct sequence.
After that worked, we decided to add in a buzzer for additional sound feedback whenever a button press was correctly registered. Additionally, it would play different tunes when the sequence was either wrong or right.
SEPT 16, 2019
Hard to figure out how to integrate previous week’s switch into the arduino so I pivoted. Tried integrating it into a pen but there were too many parts integrated into each other and it was too small to figure out for the time being. Then I started with a responsive lamp concept, which then led to my final ideas about a house with a door closing that triggers the LED light to go on (due to restricting light reaching the photocell).
resistor used is too strong. 1k ohms?
SEPT 9 2019