Posts filed under '2018-2019'

Baconian Cipher-Another Version of Substitution Cipher

The Plan What is a Baconian Cipher? Baconian Cipher is a version of a substitution cipher. Each letter of the alphabet is represented by a pattern where we can use binary digits. For example, the message “a” would be “aaaaa.” In a normal Baconian Cipher, the digits would be represented as “a” or “b” which […]

Continue Reading April 13th, 2019

2 Art Piece Project (Last Piece)- Computer Science Blog Post #4

Task: Post your final product and how well you followed your plan, including any challenges you faced. How I followed my plan: My plan from Blog Post #3 was really well developed. In fact, I included every step of my method and added some few steps. I used all the iterations, increments, parameters, state (variables), […]

Continue Reading February 26th, 2019

Computer Science Project- Blog Post #3

Task: Post an inspiration (art, architecture, patterns, nature) and make a plan for creating it in turtle art. My Inspirational Picture: This is a picture taken from South Korea, which is a photo of a person sitting on top of the rock to watch the first sunrise of 2019. It represents nature and sometimes makes me […]

Continue Reading February 25th, 2019

Recreation Project- Falling Down Looking the Eclipse-Computer Science Blog Post #2

From the previous blog post, I have decided to make a recreation project that uses the “Eclipse” and “Peaks” project from turtle art. The main reason I have decided to use these two was that with these two, I was able to make a story out of it.  In my recreation project, there is a […]

Continue Reading February 24th, 2019

Analyzing the Turtle Art-Computer Science Blog Post #1

Assignment: Analyse (explain how it’s made) a turtle art drawing from (https://turtleart.org/gallery/index.html) For this assignment, I made a project using 2 turtle art drawings used together. One was the eclipse and the other was peaks. From this blog post, I would be analyzing how turtle art has made each of these drawings. To start off, […]

Continue Reading February 22nd, 2019

Science and Engineering Blog Post #4: Reflect and Share

          Explain how it works/doesn’t work using scientific terminology: Regarding the science of this project, my project was a successful one. My goal was to show the potential energy of the marble changing into kinetic energy. By using the cardboard pipes, I have clearly shown this part of my project. When […]

Continue Reading January 20th, 2019

Science and Engineering #3: Create and Improve

NOTICE: CLIENT HAS BEEN CHANGED TO PEOPLE WHO NEED ALARM TO WAKE UP The processes between the classes: By the 3rd class, I finished sticking all my pipes together and held them on to the big wooden board. This might sound like an easy task. However, it was not an easy one because there were […]

Continue Reading January 20th, 2019

Science Engineering Project: Develop and Plan

My Plan for the Future: Tuesday- Work on Blog Post #1 and finish the modeled sketch. If I don’t finish this by Tuesday, I will end by Thursday. Thursday- Final revisions of the sketched model (if needed) around 10 minutes. After that, I would start doing my project. I expect by the end of the […]

Continue Reading January 13th, 2019

Science Engineering Project: Define & Inquire

What is this Engineering task? The purpose of this engineering task is to build an object that would show the transfer of energy to a particular audience. It has to look good and catches the audience’s attention. What are you thinking of? For my Science and Engineering project, I would like to do a project […]

Continue Reading January 8th, 2019

Robotics-Kinetic Sculptures (The Tennis Ball)

Introduction: My kinetic sculpture is my first experience of hitting the tennis ball. This is a very memorable moment because, until that time, I didn’t know how to play any sport. Making the kinetic sculpture, I have explored different tools and was able to think about the time I hit the tennis ball again. Scratch […]

Continue Reading December 13th, 2018


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