A day in a student engineer's life. We are hard working students. Wii is part of our regular curricular activities.
Students willing to lend a helping hand anytime you need it.
After which we sink in to the computers to process all the data that has been brought to our attention during the day.
There's a lot of math involved in this processing.
to make these circuits
to make these lights work
to have the circuits run at full capacity
to have a circuit so fast that it will answer immediately
to build something so good that it will last forever
to have the perfect cut for the perfect piece that will make this piece strong.
to have it at the right temperature the moment it gets cut so it won't get ruined
to have it heat treated right so that it will be perfect
to have the right temperature for the process to work right
to use machines like these
to have this view
to know if the material you are using is right
and if it fails to find the right one for the job
to mix it with some other metal if necessary
so that in the end we'll be able to do things like these
and design robots like these
this one is a previous model.
to be able to put a toy cart together like this
and then dream bigger and make our own cart
and then go even bigger and then build a real cart
with real rims
and real tires and a real engine... Who knows what's next!!!
Are you up to the challenge?