Wednesday, September 22, 2010

The gas-goner (Version 3)

This is the third version, and the improved version of the gas-goner. It is most likely that this will be my final product as I have already considered alot of points given from some students in the class, for example, the position of the product and how it works.

Si Yuan

The gas-goner (Version 2)

This is the version 2 of the gas-goner. It has a smaller dimension then the first prototype that I created. Its dimension is 8cm x 6cm x 2cm.

Si Yuan

Tuesday, August 17, 2010

The gas-goner (Version 1)

This is the first prototype that I created. The 'gas-goner' has a dimension of 8cm x 6cm x 4cm.

This is the zoomed in view of the 'gas-goner'

Si Yuan

Identifying Challenges from EQ's (Version2)

Thursday, July 1, 2010

Essential Questions

The 3 Essential Questions that I chose:
1) How does the elderly be an disadvantage/advantage to the human society?
2) What can we do to make the elderly feel like they are part of the human society?
3) How can I engage to the elderly more so that they will not feel so bored?

I chose these as my TOP 3 Essential Questions because I find these questions very interesting. It also helps the elderly quite alot as it would help them to find life more meaningful for them. This will also make their brains more 'active' and this might make them live longer. We can also know that the elderly might be an advantage to the human society but it might also be a disadvantage to the human society. Engaging them will also make them feel more energetic so that they will not be so bored.

This is the reason of why I chose this 3 Essential Question.

Si Yuan