Take a moment to answer these questions.
- What are some ways of determining whether or not a movement is precise?
- How could you graph values to represent real-life movement?
Build a smart yoga ring.
- Done! I've built my yoga ring.
Practice one yoga move.
- I'm doing my first move with my yoga ring.
- I can see the data on the line graph.
- I can match the data on the red line.
Practice another yoga move.
- I change the plotted value from pitch to roll.
- I'm doing my second move with my yoga ring.
- I can match the new data on the red line.
Follow the graph.
- I've adjusted my program to graph 2 values.
- I've tried to follow the graph.
- I answer these questions:
- How precise were my movements?
- Why were they precise or not?
This is how your graph could look like:
How well did you do?
- How would you summarize your experiment?
- In your own words, explain pitch, roll, and yaw.
- How much have you tested your yoga ring for precision? What did you do?