Posting this a day later because I was too tired to write it up last night.
Research could be going significantly better; I know nothing about computer networks (would be so helpful to have taken Intro to Networking before coming here!) and so I’m encountering difficulties with connecting drones to one computer. Additionally, OpenCV (and by extension, GoCV), aren’t installing correctly. So much of the work we do feels like being IT, and I’m tired of it. Sometimes, I really wish I had a Mac. I guess to fill in the gaps of what we don’t know, we should start working on the paper structure/actually writing up the lit review (more than a spreadsheet w summarizing information).
Yesterday was the Unity workshop- it was pretty simplistic. Maybe tomorrow we’ll get to piece a simple game together. I’m excited for the deeper dives.
Today is the day when we are supposed to officially receive our final grades for the spring quarter. I’m not worried, but I think that’s super weird. I’ve gone through two years of higher education, and I know I have grades that make it look as if I’m proficient in CS stuff. Totally not true (hence all the obstacles in our research). Why is the education system like this?