Brilliant Labs Notable Mentions from the ASD-W STEAM Expo March 18, 2017.
We are pleased to share Brilliant Labs Notable Mentions from the ASD-W STEAM Expo March 18, 2017. Congratulations to all the participates.
Fredericton High School - Environmental Science with Drones
Students: David N, Will M, Brandyn C, Nathan H.
Description: These grade 11 and 12 students are using a drone to lift an automated, water collection platform payload to test for pollutants in a Ducks Unlimited protected area in Fredericton.
(No BL prize)
Liverpool Street Elementary - Les Circuits
Student: Zinnia MW
Description: This grade 3 student demonstrated an incredible knowledge of parallel circuits. We can’t wait to see what she comes up with in the future.
(Awarded a Makeymakey - needs to be shipped)
Garden Creek Elementary - Saving the Earth
Student: Nick P
Description: This grade 4 student embraced the Renewable Energy theme of the STEAM expo by demonstrating the power generated by a 3D printed water wheel.
(Awarded a Makeymakey - given to student at event)
Graden Creek Elementary - Tin Can Robot
Student: Max M
Description: This grade 2 student loves robots. We can’t wait to see what Max invents with his new mBot!
(Awarded a mBOT - needs to be shipped)
Oromocto High School - Project Shiny
Students: Zack M and Mac A.
Description: These grade 10 students created an automated Pokémon search tool that mimics a user’s input. This prototype is their first step towards automating repetitive medical procedures.
(Awarded a Raspberry Pi + Camera Kit - needs to be shipped)
Nashwaaksis Middle School - The Heart Saver
Students: Raj G., Dennis S., Aru M.
Description: Using an arduino, these grade 8 students created a wearable device that monitors heart rate by sending data through a SIM card.
(Students will submit their request for items to build their next prototype).
Bliss Carman Middle School - Code Breaker
Student: Jayden D
Description: This grade 7 student is fond of cryptology. His code breaking abilities would make any espionage professional jealous.
(Awarded a Raspberry Pi Zero kit - needs to be shipped)
Leo Hayes High School - Reuben’s Dudes
Students: Drew H, Noah H
Description: These grade 12 students crafted an incredible Reuben’s Tube. This propane filled sound equalizer was able to dazzle viewers as flames mimic the highs and lows of their favourite songs.
(Committed a gas sensor of some sort - needs to be shipped).
George Street Middle School - Cryptex: A Classroom Tool
Students: Will, C.
Description: This grade 7 student created a 3D printed model of a cryptex. The approximately 200 design hours allows Will to create an incredibly complex locking tumbler system that aims to teach students about proportions as well as probability.
(Awarded the 3D printer - provided at event)
What a Brilliant Day!