Official Concord InvenTeam Posters, now laminated.
Today's meeting lasts from 2-7. We are few in numbers. The dedicated few persevere, despite an apparently bleak promise for dinner. God help us.
We are one week in the countdown to EurekaFest. Everything looks smooth and, *knock on wood* we should be completely finished within the next week it would seem. If everything goes to plan, EurekaFest will be a fun time to show off our hard work.
The Display Team had been sent on a mission to run some errands. We hit a couple obstacles but the deeds were done.
The future looks promising and everyone is working hard, 23 days to go!
The Team does not meet on Fridays, so Wyatt and I thought it would be a great time to go order these brochures to get printed.
Another day, another dime. Today, with the help of the beloved Uncle Phil, we wired up the enclosure.
It's official— we are one month away from the culminating event that so much work and dedication has been put in to! In anticipation of EurekaFest, we're going to do a 30 day countdown logging our final preparations.
The to-do list as is:
The Concord High School InvenTeam has seen some real progress this past month, I would call it monumental. Last we saw, the display images were activated by button proxies. Here, we see our image display is now activated by metal detection! Woo! The Big Green Button is also implemented to bring the home screen back.
Don't worry, it's dangerous metal we have to worry about; we've got more than enough funk.
Among other things, here we see a conceptualization of a motion metal detector that could possibly be implemented onto the conveyor belt. The idea here is to cover more surface area and thus potentially detect metals more potently.