Working individually, make a simple physically interactive device that uses the skills you’ve learned in class. It must respond to a physical action or series of actions a person takes, and it must be amusing, surprising, or otherwise engaging. It doesn’t have to be practical, or complex, as long it shows that you understand the basics of digital and analog I/O and how to use them.
If you’re unfamiliar with the term “stupid pet trick,” Googling the term may provide you inspiration for the tone of this project.
Document your work on the documentation blog, including all the components you used for your project, the code you used and the process you followed. Make sure to write a conclusion about your project, whether you achieved your goal or still extra work should be done. During Friday’s recitation, you will be presenting your work to the class.