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-11/09 Day 1 explorations+====== ​11/09 Day 1 explorations ​======
  
 **Origami folding exercises** **Origami folding exercises**
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 We wanted to animate the tongue of Kellie'​s frog - Daniel said, Nitinol wire. We wanted to animate the tongue of Kellie'​s frog - Daniel said, Nitinol wire.
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 Kailey made a horseshoe crab Kailey made a horseshoe crab
  
 {{:​ellen:​kailey-horshoecrab.jpg?​400|}} {{:​ellen:​kailey-horshoecrab-legs.jpg?​400|}} {{:​ellen:​kailey-horshoecrab.jpg?​400|}} {{:​ellen:​kailey-horshoecrab-legs.jpg?​400|}}
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 +====== 11/09 Day 2 explorations ======
  
  
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 {{ :​ellen:​11-catepillar-red1.mp4 |}} {{ :​ellen:​11-catepillar-all-3-move.mp4 |}} {{ :​ellen:​11-catepillar-red1.mp4 |}} {{ :​ellen:​11-catepillar-all-3-move.mp4 |}}
  
-When he saw the caterpillar,​ he suggested we do Nitinol wire to animate it.+Asked Daniel how to animate ​the caterpillar,​ he suggested we do Nitinol wire to animate it.
  
 See Kellie'​s post, tried out with the wire on paper, and on felt (wire melted some felt) See Kellie'​s post, tried out with the wire on paper, and on felt (wire melted some felt)
  
-I started ​building ​a different caterpillar,​ using the tissue paper, and folding ​gree papers as leaves.+Meanwhile, ​I started ​making ​a different caterpillar,​ using the tissue paper, and folding ​green papers as leaves. Kellie demonstrated adding water on twisted tissue paper or straw wrapper would make it move.
  
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 Fun to play with seeing the paper caterpillar moves up and down on the leaves. Fun to play with seeing the paper caterpillar moves up and down on the leaves.
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 **Box Bot ** **Box Bot **
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 {{ :​ellen:​14-shakey-bot2.mp4 |}} {{ :​ellen:​14-shakey-bot2.mp4 |}}
 {{ :​ellen:​14-shakey-bot3.mp4 |}} {{ :​ellen:​14-shakey-bot3.mp4 |}}
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 +Instead of Jack-in-the-Box,​ how about a button in a vase?
  
 {{ :​ellen:​15-springy-button.mp4 |}} {{ :​ellen:​15-springy-button.mp4 |}}
  
-11/16 Day 3+====== ​11/16 Day 3 explorations ====== 
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 +See Kellie'​s post, she spent 2 hours with JB to figure out how to animate the caterpillar,​ and burned through 2 batteries of 9V, JB suggested doing something else instead. 
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 +I have found several examples of how people used the nitinol wires to animate inchworm or caterpillar movements. I am listing them below. However, none of them fulfil the original goal we had to have a simple self-moving (and self-containing powersource) curve shape caterpillar. It seems to need a lot of power, so button cell battery is out, and could use external power. Not wanting to do robot legs with a lot of springs, but found the plastic one with wrapped muscle wire interesting. 
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 ** Wave Form ** ** Wave Form **
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 +** Inventing Multiple Piece of Origami **
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 +I pulled out 5 pieces of papers to try to make an integrated object making use of the 2 sided colors (front side to be different shades of blue, and back side white)
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