Dash Launch Investigation
by khuttner, published
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This lesson integrates the Wonder Workshop Dash robot launcher with a 3D printed sphere to investigate how mass affects distance of launch. The spheres are different infills which is the start of the LAUNCH lesson or design cycle of this lesson.
Overview and Background
The LAUNCH design cycle is about L - Look, Listen, A - Ask Questions, U - Understand, N - Need to Know, C - Create a Prototype, and H - Highlight. This unit of investigation starts with the Dash, Wonder Workshop robot, and the launcher.
Lesson Plan and Activity
Wonder Workshop Dash Robot
3 Spheres printed - 5%, 10%, and 15% infill
Blockly App - Launch at specific percentage for all trials
Numbers documentation - https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B7FOtDv-1GnWaTEtdDZYTkwxczA
or PDF documentation - https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B7FOtDv-1GnWZFZTZmdYbVlqMms
Duration of Lesson
150 minutes not including 3D print time
3 spheres printed for each group with 5%, 10%, and 15% infill
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