Week 4 – Sonic Pi, 3D Printer Pens, and Unity

Sonic Pi

Earlier this week, we experimented with Sonic Pi. Sonic Pi is a programming language built from the ground up solely for the purpose of creating music. I enjoyed experimenting with miscellaneous sounds, tweaking effects such as reverb, and attempting to adapt knowledge of music theory to this very unique piece of software.

3D printer pens such as the 3Doodler Create are an affordable introduction to 3D printing technology, and I enjoyed creating different three dimensional figures.

Unity is a popular game engine used by various popular games, which can be compiled to run on a variety of platforms. I enjoyed experimenting with this 3D kart racing game by looking at the game’s code, and adjusting different parameters while observing the impact it had.

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