SWISHHH

Introduction: SWISHHH

Welcome to SWISHHH!

Step 1: Indroduction

SWISHHH helps children who suffer from Dyspraxia, which helps them to develop and improve their movement. This will help them develop those strategies, which will help them grab things. In our project by having four hoops in where the kids will be able to make a hoop with balls that will be provided. Once the Kids are able to make it into the hoop there will be a green LED that will let them know that they have made it in. Therefore they will feel couraged to do it again and do it again.

Our Brainstorming Process was not going great at first after we had heard that our project had to be a dispenser we didn't have any ideas. It felt like all of our ideas were shut down. As we went on slowly and slowly we started to realize we could do what motivated us while still incorporating a dispenser. At first, each of the 3 members came up with 3 different ideas then we 3-6-3 that help us shorten our ideas and we went from having 9 ideas to shortening it to 2 ideas. Since we couldn't choose we all decided to incorporate both ideas and come up with a new idea and that is how we came up with the SWISHHH.

Step 2: Arduino Materials

Arduino Breadboard Materials:

Step 3: Structure Materials

Structure Materials:

  • Basketball Hoops
  • Wood (Ethier Oak Wood or Maple Wood)
    • 2 pieces of
      • 26 inches by 18 inches
        • In one of the pieces, there would be a rectangle that is 6" by 4".It would be located 10" down and 3" away from both sides (Shown in the back Isometric View)
    • 1 piece of the following:
      • 12 inches by 36 inches
      • 40 inches by 8 inches
      • 8 inches by 12 inches
      • 26 inches by 8 inches (Cut one side to equal 10.77 inches as shown in image 2 (Side))
      • 26 inches by 40 inches
      • 6 inches by 21 inches
      • 8 inches by 35inches(In one of the pieces there would be cuts that are 6" by 2".The rectangles would be 4" down and 1" to the side until the last piece the would be 1" left .(Right to left ,Shown in the front View))

      • 8 inches by 36 inches

      • 36 inches by 26 inches

Step 4: Code

#define NOTE_B0 31

#define NOTE_C1 33

#define NOTE_CS1 35

#define NOTE_D1 37

#define NOTE_DS1 39

#define NOTE_E1 41

#define NOTE_F1 44

#define NOTE_FS1 46

#define NOTE_G1 49

#define NOTE_GS1 52

#define NOTE_A1 55

#define NOTE_AS1 58

#define NOTE_B1 62

#define NOTE_C2 65

#define NOTE_CS2 69

#define NOTE_D2 73

#define NOTE_DS2 78

#define NOTE_E2 82

#define NOTE_F2 87

#define NOTE_FS2 93

#define NOTE_G2 98

#define NOTE_GS2 104

#define NOTE_A2 110

#define NOTE_AS2 117

#define NOTE_B2 123

#define NOTE_C3 131

#define NOTE_CS3 139

#define NOTE_D3 147

#define NOTE_DS3 156

#define NOTE_E3 165

#define NOTE_F3 175

#define NOTE_FS3 185

#define NOTE_G3 196

#define NOTE_GS3 208

#define NOTE_A3 220

#define NOTE_AS3 233

#define NOTE_B3 247

#define NOTE_C4 262

#define NOTE_CS4 277

#define NOTE_D4 294

#define NOTE_DS4 311

#define NOTE_E4 330

#define NOTE_F4 349

#define NOTE_FS4 370

#define NOTE_G4 392

#define NOTE_GS4 415

#define NOTE_A4 440

#define NOTE_AS4 466

#define NOTE_B4 494

#define NOTE_C5 523

#define NOTE_CS5 554

#define NOTE_D5 587

#define NOTE_DS5 622

#define NOTE_E5 659

#define NOTE_F5 698

#define NOTE_FS5 740

#define NOTE_G5 784

#define NOTE_GS5 831

#define NOTE_A5 880

#define NOTE_AS5 932

#define NOTE_B5 988

#define NOTE_C6 1047

#define NOTE_CS6 1109

#define NOTE_D6 1175

#define NOTE_DS6 1245

#define NOTE_E6 1319

#define NOTE_F6 1397

#define NOTE_FS6 1480

#define NOTE_G6 1568

#define NOTE_GS6 1661

#define NOTE_A6 1760

#define NOTE_AS6 1865

#define NOTE_B6 1976

#define NOTE_C7 2093

#define NOTE_CS7 2217

#define NOTE_D7 2349

#define NOTE_DS7 2489

#define NOTE_E7 2637

#define NOTE_F7 2794

#define NOTE_FS7 2960

#define NOTE_G7 3136

#define NOTE_GS7 3322

#define NOTE_A7 3520

#define NOTE_AS7 3729

#define NOTE_B7 3951

#define NOTE_C8 4186

*/

/ /copy and paste all the notes here

int LED = 13;

int LaserSensor = 2;

int SensorReading = HIGH; // HIGH MEANS NO OBSTACLE

int Laser = 11;

void setup() {

pinMode(LED, OUTPUT);

pinMode(Laser, OUTPUT);

pinMode(LaserSensor, INPUT);

}

void loop() {

digitalWrite(Laser, HIGH);

delay(200);

SensorReading = digitalRead(LaserSensor);

if (SensorReading == LOW)

{

digitalWrite(LED, HIGH);

int melody[] = {

NOTE_C4, NOTE_C4, NOTE_C5, NOTE_F4, NOTE_G4, NOTE_F4

}

else

{

digitalWrite(LED, LOW);

noTone(8);

}

Step 5: Collect Your Materials

Once you collect your materials, make sure and cut out all the pieces you will need.

Step 6: Bottom Half

  1. The first thing to start putting together is the bottom half. You will start by grabbing the piece of wood that is 40" by 26" and lay it down on the floor.(As you go you will be attaching the pieces to the bottom)
  2. Grab the 12" by 8" piece of wood and attach it to the 26" by 12" with the slide cut. You will be attaching it with 3 nails/screws. (Two a little before the edge and then one in the middle.Reference Image 1)
  3. Next, you will grab the 40" by 8" add attach it to the pieces mention on the second step. It will be attached on the other edge of the 26" by 12" .You will add 2 nails/screws.(Image 2)
  4. Then you will add the 8" by 8" cube and attach to the edge of the 40" by 8".You will use 2 nails/screws.(Image 3)
  5. Next, for the bottom portion, you will need to add the 36" by 8" and attach it to the 8" by 8" using 2 nails/screws.(Image 4)

Step 7: Top

  1. You will start by adding one side the 18" by 26".The side that doesn't have any cut would be right next to the 8" by 8" square and would be attached by using 2 nails/screws. (Image 1)
  2. Next, you will get the second piece of 18" by 26" with the cut and you will attach it right next to the 12" by 8".Using 3 nails/screws.(Two close to the edges and one in the middle. (Image 2)
  3. Then you will add the 6" by 21" and you will attach it from the right side cut to the top side cut with 3 inches down. (Image 3-5)
  4. Then you will add the 35" by 8" when you attach it to make sure that there are 4 inches going down before the rectangle cut. You will attach it from the sides using 2 nails/screws. (Image 6)
  5. Then you will attach the back which is the 26" by 36"
  6. Finally, you will attach the 36" by 12" and make sure there is a cut at 16" from the right side at the back and the but would be 4" by 6".

Step 8: You Are Done!

You can now enjoy playing with it.

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