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Digital Mood Ring - TI-Nspire CXII Python

Bring science and coding together (no coding experience necessary) while developing a mood ring! The science of color mixing is explored while determining the right body temperature thresholds.

Editeur: Texas Instruments Inc.

Sujet:  Physique

Tags  Coder ,  Programmation ,  Python ,  STEM ,  TI-Innovator

 

Mood Ring Project

Learn about the science of color. 

Write a Python program on the TI-Nspire CXII calculator using the TI-Innovator Hub.

Create a feedback and control system.

 

Students will engage with the following concepts:

Science of Color

Inequalities

Feedback and Control systems

Temperature sensor input

Color LED output

Coding Concepts:

  Loops

  Conditional Statements

  Variables

 

See a quick overview of the project and meet the author team (watch video)

 

Project Versions

See different versions of the project to fit your schedule.

[S] STEM and coding full version (~6 hours of class time) (download .PDF file Copy-Paste links to make assignments)

[C] Coding focused version (~4 hours of class time) (download .PDF file Copy-Paste links to make assignments)

[Q] Quick version (~1 hour of class time)  (download .PDF file Copy-Paste links to make assignments)

 

Getting Ready

Download Student Files

Part 1:  Exploring the science of color Student TI-Nspire (download .tns file)

Part 2:  Coding your ring Student TI-Nspire (download .tns file)

 

Student Handout Part 1:  Exploring the science of color (download .pdf file)

Student Handout Part 2:  Coding your ring  (download .pdf file

 

Python Syntax Quick Reference for Mood Ring Project (download .pdf file)

Student Mood Ring program planning table (download .pdf file)

 

Doing the Project

Getting Started

1.[S][C][Q] Learn about the TI-Nspire CXII calculator (watch video ~6 min)

2.[S][C](optional) Write your first Python program on the TI-Nspire CXII (watch video ~12 min)

 

Interested in exploring more Python?

Check out the TI 10 Minutes of Code for Python lessons. (web link)

 

(optional) See How Mood Rings Work (watch video)

 

Part 1: Exploring the science of color

[S][C][Q] Coding Challenge 1 Getting Started: Using the Color LED (watch video ~13 min)

[S](optional) Explore More: What is up with 255? (watch video ~9 min)

[S][C][Q] Science Activity 1 Exploring Color Mixing (watch video ~8 min)

[S][C][Q] Coding Challenge 2 Coding the Secondary Colors (watch video ~14 min)

[S] Coding Challenge 3 Coding White and Shades of Gray (watch video ~10 min)

[S](optional)  Explore More: The temperature of white light (watch video ~13 min)

[S][C] Science Activity 2 The Electromagnetic Spectrum (watch video ~13 min)

[S][C] Science Activity 3 Finding Your Favorite Color (watch video ~7 min)

[S](optional)  Explore More: What is up with Indigo? (watch video ~11 min)

[S][C] Coding Challenge 4 Coding Your Favorite Color (watch video ~6 min)

[S][C] Science Activity 4 and  Coding Challenge 5 Coding the Mood Ring Colors (watch video ~16 min)

 

Deeper dive into the science of color 

[S] Science Activity 5 How does an LED Work (watch video ~17 min) 

[S] Science Activity 6 How the Human Eye Works (watch video ~4 min)

[S] Science Activity 7 The Physics of White Light (watch video ~6 min)

[S] Science Activity 8 Color Perception (watch video ~6 min)

[S] Science Activity 9 Art and Technology (watch video ~9 min)

 

Part 2: Coding your ring

[S][C] Coding Challenges 6 and 7 Displaying the Mood Messages (watch video ~12  min)

[S][C] Coding Challenge 8 Using the Temperature Sensor (watch video ~22 min)

[S][C] Science Activity 10 Temperature and Heat (watch video ~7 min)

[S][C] Coding Challenge 9 Going in Loops (watch video ~20 min)

[S][C] Coding Challenge 10 Making Decisions (watch video ~31 min)

[S][C][Q] Coding Challenge 11 Putting it All Together (watch video ~15 min)

Note: For Challenge 11 Quick version run the complete code example at the end of the student file.

 

Resources

All Teacher and Student files Zipped (download .zip file)

 

Teacher Files 

Part 1:  Exploring the science of color Teacher (download .pdf file) Word (download .doc file)

Part 2:  Coding your ring Teacher (download .pdf file) Word (download .doc file)

 

Python Syntax Quick Reference for Mood Ring Project (download .pdf file) Word (download .doc file)

 

Teacher TI-Nspire Files (with example solution programs)

Part 1:  Exploring the science of color Teacher TI-Nspire (download .tns file)

Part 2:  Coding your ring Teacher TI-Nspire (download .tns file)

 

Student Files

Part 1:  Exploring the science of color Student TI-Nspire (download .tns file)

Part 2:  Coding your ring Student TI-Nspire (download .tns file)

 

Part 1:  Exploring the science of color Student Handout (download .pdf file) Word (download .doc file)

Part 2:  Coding your ring Student Handout (download .pdf file) Word (download .doc file)

 

Student Mood Ring program planning table (download .pdf file)

 

Need project equipment

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Borrow project equipment

Texas Instruments will lend you the technology - including a TI-Innovator HubTM and other materials for the project.

Fill out the request form at this link to begin work with the TI STEM Team.

 

Own project equipment

Here is information for budget requests and grant proposals.

Download a PDF listing the equipment needs for each TI-Innovator Hub Project  (download .pdf)

See a list of TI Instructional Product Dealers and request a quote  (web link)

 

See other projects at www.TIstemProjects.com

Contact STEM-team@ti.com with questions or comments about the project.

 

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