Today’s Rating: 7
After careful consideration and thought, my deeper dive has decided on a project. According to Tee, I am not supposed to talk too much about it however to keep it a surprise. All that I know is that I have quite a to-do list in front of me. Austin, one of the instructors, told us that we would need to spend more than just class time to complete the project. This doesn’t bother me, I am confident in my ability to work hard. It only means that I have to find a balance between working on the project for my research and the project I have chosen.
We were able to accomplish some basic features of the game. Not without Tee teaching me what VR sickness feels like. I do not get carsick. I can easily handle the movement of most VR. Rapidly moving back and forth in VR, then hit into a wall which caused a free spin with no gravity such that the floor would occasionally be above my head, was somewhat disorienting. But I know what steps I want to take next, I need only find the time to do so.
We almost printed the next trial for the biosensor project. After receiving a green light from one of our graduate students, we headed to the lab to print but someone else was using the printer. Their print was for another two and a half hours, so we had to put it off until tomorrow. Also, our other graduate student has followed up with us about the electrochemical biosensor that we helped test a little while ago. The testing will take place from 10-5pm, and so we will likely head over to help if we can. Also, we have a luncheon lecture by our faculty mentor, Dr. Gomes. I am excited because I hold Dr. Gomes in high regard.
We hope you’ll tune in next time,