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Ji yoon  10-11 process journal reflection - general - march 15th
Ji yoon  10-11 process journal reflection - general - march 15th
Ji yoon  10-11 process journal reflection - general - march 15th
Ji yoon  10-11 process journal reflection - general - march 15th
Ji yoon  10-11 process journal reflection - general - march 15th
Ji yoon  10-11 process journal reflection - general - march 15th
Ji yoon  10-11 process journal reflection - general - march 15th
Ji yoon  10-11 process journal reflection - general - march 15th
Ji yoon  10-11 process journal reflection - general - march 15th
Ji yoon  10-11 process journal reflection - general - march 15th
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Ji yoon 10-11 process journal reflection - general - march 15th

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  • 1. PERSONAL PROJECT PROCESS JOURNAL - REFLECTION1. WHAT DID YOU DO? <br />On February 27th I have raised the wall for every floor by using the push/pull tool. Then I have started to make the corridor where the levels go down. For third and fourth floor the corridor where most of the language classes, Academic Office, IT services are is lower. I took approximate measurement for the height of the steps. Then I started to color some part of the school. I’ve colored the front gate. I took a picture of the bricks on the DT studio building and imported it on as a texture and painted the building. <br />On March 4th I have used the picture of our school’s brick wall and made it as a texture. After I have made it as a texture I painted on the wall. I have typed in the word ‘Beijing BISS International School’ on the front gate using the text tool. <br />On March 11th I tested putting the model in to the open wonderland. I asked Mr. Cooperman about the server and he told me how to input the model into the world. I installed the java file from the server and opened it. When I first opened it there was nothing on it, except for my avatar. I dragged in the exported model into the screen and waited for it to load. Because I hid some of the layers when I exported the model, there are roof and some of the floors missing. <br />Mr. Cooperman has asked me to make the ground in the model and position the school main building on the exact place. Because it was no way to actually measure the school’s fence and know the size of the school I used the google maps and measured the size of our school. I used a ruler to measure the size of the school shown on screen and used the scale to convert it into actual measures. Then I used a rectangle tool and made the perimeter of our school.<br />On March 14th I have flattened all the layers and saved it as another file. Then I have exported the model and put it in the world. When I put it into the world the floors were higher than the floor level. I right clicked the model and change the position of the model. Then I tried walking around the school. I found out that there was no floor in front of the stairs. Therefore I immediately added the floor in the Google Sketchup and exported the model again. I had to delete the model in the world and put it again. It was hard to go up the stairs because of two things. One was because I had to view in first person camera to go up, two was because there were some gaps between the stairs so I kept falling down to first floor. When I got up, I found out that there were some missing floors.<br />On March 15th I have made final changes. I added a small wall so that I don’t fall when I walked up the stairs and I have added the floors for all the floors. I asked one of my friends that who didn’t live in China and checked the accessibility. <br />2. STRENGTHS <br />What I think is going well with my project is that I was able to use the texture of the actual school building which made the model look more realistic. <br />3. WEAKNESSES One of the problems I have encountered was missing layers after flattening them. When I made all of the objects into one layer, some of the parts went missing. It was hard for me to check them in Google Sketchup. The only way that I could check if the parts were missing was through open Wonderland. 4. IMPROVEMENTS: I fixed these problems by being very careful not to delete any layers accidentally. I have checked and double-checked the places through open Wonderland. I think I was successful in fixing these problems.5. LEARNER PROFILE: With regard to the Learner Profile I have been a communicator, risk-taker, thinker, and reflective. I was a communicator because I have talked with my supervisor Mr. Anderson and Mr. Cooperman when I was done with my model. I have asked Mr. Cooperman about how to import the model into the world. I was a risk-taker because I never used the open Wonderland before. It was a completely a new experience for me to organize a server, putting model in a server. I was a thinker because in the process of making the model I always thought which what else could be done. I was reflective because I always reflected whether the measurement was correct, what was missing in the model, etc…6. EVIDENCE: Attach drafts of your research<br />Feb 27th<br />I have used the push/pull tool to raise the walls up. Because the floors were in components it was applied to all of the floors.<br />I made a component of the floors for the third and fourth floor corridor where most of the language classes, Academic Office, IT services are.<br />I used the paint bucket tool to paint the bricks of the DT studio and the two columns.<br />March 4th The picture of our school wall that I used as a texture.<br />I used the paint bucket tool to paint the walls of the model.<br />The school model view from a distance<br />Mar 11th <br />Using Open Wonderland (the software that has the server that I will put the model in.) <br />The model in the open Wonderland (the roof is missing)<br />Mar 14th <br />After deleting the previous model, I have imported the model into the virtual by simply dragging the model file (.kmz) into the open Wonderland screen.<br />Using an avatar to move around the school. I found some parts were missing in the model. <br />Mar 15th <br />I have editted the school model in Google sketchup and exported the model again. <br />Then I have deleted the model in the virtual world and inputted the new model (final model) in.<br />I have walked around the model and checked if any parts were missing. <br /> The school viewed from a distance in the Open Wonderland.<br />“apple” is my friend in Hungary and “Own” is my avatar. My friend was able to access to the virtual world.<br />After checking the accessibility and the school model, I just played around and ran around the school using the avatar.<br />

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