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Kicking Machine with a
Technology Twist!
STEM Activity
Introductions:
Website: www.STEMCrazyTeachers.com
Background
•Potential Energy
• Kinetic Energy
Create a Kicking Machine
Build a machine that kicks a Ping-Pong ball into a cup
lying on its side 12 inches away. Use eith...
Using iPad Apps
VideoPix
Pic Collage
Aurasma
Dropbox
Create a slow motion video.
Capture 2 still pictures.
Save to Photos....
VideoPix
Filming Slow Motion Video
• Tap the camera icon
• Record your video
• Tap Use Video
• Slow the video down with th...
VideoPix
Saving Still Shots
• Use the slider to find a frame.
• Tap the magnifying glass.
• Tap the arrow.
© Tina Coffey
Pic Collage
• Create a New Collage
• Use the + to Use Camera, Add Photos and Add Text.
• Use the button in the left corner...
Aurasma
• Open Aurasma.
• Create an account (or login to an existing account).
• Choose the Aurasma icon and tap the plus....
Aurasma
• Open Aurasma.
• Create an account (or login to an existing account).
• Choose the Aurasma icon and tap the scan ...
Our Experience
Student Creations
Student Creations
Adapting this Project
Questions?
Contact Info:
Download Presentation
And Design Briefs
www.stemcrazyteachers.com
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Kicking Machine VCEC15

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Kicking Machine Presentation by Lynda Graves and Tina Coffey for Virginia Chidlren's Engineering Conference 2015

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Kicking Machine VCEC15

  1. 1. Kicking Machine with a Technology Twist! STEM Activity
  2. 2. Introductions: Website: www.STEMCrazyTeachers.com
  3. 3. Background •Potential Energy • Kinetic Energy
  4. 4. Create a Kicking Machine Build a machine that kicks a Ping-Pong ball into a cup lying on its side 12 inches away. Use either a pendulum, rubber band, or a combination of the two to do this. Use only the supplies you have been given!
  5. 5. Using iPad Apps VideoPix Pic Collage Aurasma Dropbox Create a slow motion video. Capture 2 still pictures. Save to Photos. Use the photos to create a poster. Photos UsePhotos SavePoster toPhotos UsePaperPoster Create Augmented Reality Poster
  6. 6. VideoPix Filming Slow Motion Video • Tap the camera icon • Record your video • Tap Use Video • Slow the video down with the slider • Tap on dashboard and then arrow • Choose Render & Export to Camera Roll. © Tina Coffey
  7. 7. VideoPix Saving Still Shots • Use the slider to find a frame. • Tap the magnifying glass. • Tap the arrow. © Tina Coffey
  8. 8. Pic Collage • Create a New Collage • Use the + to Use Camera, Add Photos and Add Text. • Use the button in the left corner to Change Background. • Click the arrow and choose Save to Library. © Tina Coffey
  9. 9. Aurasma • Open Aurasma. • Create an account (or login to an existing account). • Choose the Aurasma icon and tap the plus. • Choose Device. • Choose the plus and tap Photo Album. • Find and choose the slow motion video. • Tap use and give it a name. • Tap on it and choose select. • Scan the poster and tap the camera icon. • Position the overlay (video) and tap the arrow. • Name the project. • Choose Private or Public and Tap Finish. © Tina Coffey
  10. 10. Aurasma • Open Aurasma. • Create an account (or login to an existing account). • Choose the Aurasma icon and tap the scan icon. • Hold the device over the poster until the video starts playing. © Tina Coffey
  11. 11. Our Experience
  12. 12. Student Creations
  13. 13. Student Creations
  14. 14. Adapting this Project
  15. 15. Questions?
  16. 16. Contact Info: Download Presentation And Design Briefs www.stemcrazyteachers.com

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