DAY 5 (due Monday)
1. Serial Lab : If you have not gotten Arduino talking to Processing, complete this lab.
2. Visual mockup of your project, including a technical diagram, outlining the elements of interaction as well as technical components. This can include: 3d render, wireframe, sketches…
3. Day-to-day plan [as a reminder, your project should be completed Thursday evening. Friday will be for documentation, setting up the mini-exhibition, and finishing touches.
4. Begin working on your project! This includes : circuits, coding, fabrication
5. Post Documentation from the device for the non human user if you have not yet done so. Continue to post process Documentation for the final project, including code, images, and concept writing.

DAY 4:
1. Prototype your 3 concept ideas. keep it super low res, analog. Use post-its, paper, fabric, cardboard and tape.
2. come up with a title for your project.
3. Begin working on the project template. We will have about 3 couple in class time to finalize it.


DAY 3:

1. BLOG non human user project:  Code, screenshots, concept writing, photographs, screenshots

2. Form teams of 3

3. Have fun !”>Design Brief: Waste Reduction

DAY 2.

1. BLOG about today:
Arduino : photos of your circuit; what circuits you built; what you learned; what projects you’d like to do with Arduino
Outdoor Observations: photos & inspirations

2. Finish your Non-human based user project
12:00 PM critique / user feedback session

3 minutes each:
1 minutes concept, 1 minute technical design, 1 minutes feedback
Document your work on a blog post so we can refer back




DAY 1.

Add 2 new blog posts with some media and writing!
1. The first is called “2 biomimetic examples”
2. The second is called “examples of interfaces”

1. Example of an inspiring biomimetic project you love
2. Example of a biomimetic project you hate
Document with photos and writing : what is the project, who created it, why do you / dont you like it?

Tonight, on your way home, document your experience with any three interfaces that you interact with.
Take photos / videos and post about it on the blog.

Install Arduino:

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