Aku nak kongsikan sedikit maklumat bahawasanya filem barat adalah alat untuk masyarakat dunia menerima teknologi baru. Dimulakan dengan fiksyen sains dan akhirnya direalitikan.
Aku masih teringankan zaman diwaktu persekolahan pada 90an dimana papan hitam (blackboard) yang menggunakan kapur putih/merah/biru/kuning. hari ini blackboard tersebut menjadi I-PAD digunakan hampir sama tujuaan dengan papanhitam.
Bawah ini aku kongsikan dari web : http://www.sciencebuddies.org/
These Project Ideas encourage students to explore concepts and challenges related to science that appears in Iron Man:
Iron Man Robotics
- Grasping with Straws: Make a Robot Hand Using Drinking Straws: Iron Man’s suit needs a lot more protection and power than plastic drinking straws, but building a straw hand highlights the thinking required in robotics design prototyping. What shape will your hand take?
- Soda Straw Robot Simulator: the droids in Iron Man 2 looked similar to Iron Man, but they didn’t need to house a person. Use an online simulator to come up with your own robot designs!
- X Marks the Spot: Build a Robot to Protect Your Treasures: what goes into wiring a robot, a suit, or a security system to monitor and defend a perimeter? Build one and find out!
- Stair Master: Build an All-Terrain Robot: you may or may not be able to control battleground logistics. To succeed, your bot needs to be able tonavigate the terrain and elements!
- I Like to Move It: Motorizing a Robot Hand *: move past marionette-style bots and take your robot to the next level by incorporating a microprocessor board like Arduino.
Iron Man Physics
- Build a Gauss Rifle!: a ball bearing won’t put a dent in Iron Man’s armor, but setting a Gauss rifle in motion lets you investigate magnetic acceleration stages and initial velocity.
- Rainbow Fire: there are plenty of pyrotechnics in Iron Man 2, and the defeated drones self-destruct with a bang. Explore your own explosive displays by investigating what happens when different chemical compounds are burned.
- Particles in the Mist: See Radioactive Particles Decay with Your Own Cloud Chamber!: Stark had to craft his own particle accelerator to create his palladium replacement element, but to see atomic particles flying all around you, all you need to do is build your own cloud chamber.
- Build Your Own Radon Detector: when your suit involves a radioactive core, keeping tabs on radiation levels is critical. You may not be wearing your own radioactive elements, but with a simple ionization chamber, you can detect low levels of radiation around you.
Iron Man Propulsion
- Rocketology: Baking Soda + Vinegar = Lift Off!: Iron Man’s first makeshift propulsion system crash-landed him in a desert. Baking soda and vinegar might not serve you any better, but combined in a compressed space, they offer high-flying chemical reaction propulsion. Rig one of these film canisters to an action figure and see where it lands!
- Three, Two, One…Blast Off! Learn to Design an Ion Engine.: whether you need to leave the atmosphere or not, fuel and propulsion know-how is a must.
- Solid Motor Rocket Propulsion: explore rocket science to better understand the logistics of Iron Man’s feet repulsors and arm-mounted stabilizers.
- Rocket Aerodynamics: Iron Man’s flight system went through a serious overhaul after his crash landing. Explore the impact of design modifications on rocket-powered flight performance.
Iron Man Energy
- Water to Fuel to Water: The Fuel Cycle of the Future: an arc reactor powers Iron Man’s suit, but in the course of the first two movies, Stark has to alter the power supply. Explore another cutting-edge alternative energy path.
Iron Man Magnets and Electro-magnetism
- The Strength of an Electromagnet: Stark is saved, early on, by someone who rigs an electromagnetic device to help him. Who knows when you might need to innovate an electromagnetic field on the fly!
- Spin Right ‘Round with this Simple Electric Motor: your power needs will outgrow this coil pretty quickly, but you will learn the basics when youbuild a small electromagnet motor.
Iron Man Computer Science
- Artificial Intelligence: Teaching the Computer to Play Tic-Tac-Toe: Tony’s house and lab are monitored and assisted by a computer AI named Jarvis. Teaching your computer to play a simple game and learn might be the first step in programming your own AI assistant!
- Program to Check a Sudoku Solution: several task-oriented robots help Stark in his home-based lab in the first movie. Experiment with writing a program that automates the validation and analysis of a set of data or user input.
Iron Man Materials
- It’s Hard Work to Work Harden! Learn How to Make Metals Stronger: Iron Man’s suit is probably made from an alloy that gives it particular properties, but work hardening is an important strategy used to strengthen metals.
- Which Metal Is the Most Resistant to Corrosion?: when wearing a metal suit, you want to be sure it will hold up, no matter what gets dumped on you.
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