We participated in Student Formula Coding Competition 2016 as a sponsor and exhibitor, to promote STEM education among schools. STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.
Our booth demonstrated a game that challenged the fastest response time of players. The player watched the LED starting signal, and used the iPad to start the car. The player’s response time was recorded after the car had passed the goal. On the other hand, the computer screen live streamed signals from the car camera and merged with virtual audience by Augmented Reality technology.
Students and teachers were interested in the coding technique of controlling electronic components, and discussed enthusiastically with our members.