b-Gr5-17Will - Science Fair Project, a project made by Self-reliant Start using Tynker. Learn to code and make your own app or game in minutes.
advanced costume handling, delays, input/output, simple motion, simple messaging, visibility, simple sound playing, program control, simple events, basic math, simple conditionals, functions, miscellaneous
- b-Gr5-17Will - Science Fair Project
- research question: would the batman signal really work?
- purpose: to prove or disprove if the batman signal would work in real life.
- hypothesis: i think that the bat signal could be seen from only about 10 miles away. also, on some nights the bat signal wouldn't work because it wasn't cloudy enough or too bright. the batman signal wouldn't be able to be seen from batman's house (wayne's manor). it is just fictional. lastly, the image wouldn't be able to be seen in the sky.
- something to represent the bat logo
- tape and scissors
- materials drawing
- step 1: gather materials (spotlight, tape and scissors, and a bat logo).
- step 2: put your batlogo on to the spotlight.
- step 3: test the bat signal by shooting it into the sky!
- step 4: repeat steps 1-3 at least 3-5 times.
- conclusion board
- in conclusion, my hypothesis was disproven. i thought you could see the signal, it would just be blurry, but it didn't show up at all. next time, i will test this in different places and test it at different times of the year.
- adventurous music
- thank you to my fellow classmate kekai for helping me.
- also thank you to aunty caroline for helping me figure things out!
- ok then, bye now!
- Tape and scissors