Team # 780: Horizon Christian Academy TEAM PAGE

Horizon Christian Academy
Cumming, GA, United States

Contest:
Pour A Bowl of Cereal
Host: Horizon Christian Academy
Saturday, January 27, 2018
Setup Time: 8:00 AM
Contest Start Time: 1:00 PM
Live Division II - Ages 14 - 18 (High School)
Team Leader: Chung Lee
Team Members: 10
Invitations: 10
Isaac McGehee - invitation signed.
Ty Kemppinen - invitation signed.
Ashleigh Brandt - invitation signed.
Mason Miller - invitation signed.
Jae Lee - invitation signed.
Issac Bond - invitation signed.
Peter Oh - invitation signed.
InKyu Jang - invitation signed.
Josh Chung - invitation signed.
Yeojun Yang - invitation signed.



Suggestion for next year's challenge:
Smash a pumpkin


This is Mason's birthday party. Our machine starts from RC car and the motion or the car makes two ways marble runs at the same time to start cereal part and milk part. These two parts of the machine will meet at the bowl to mix cereal and milk.

Our Step List

Step 1. RC car starts
Step 2. RC car hit a rolling can
Step 3. RC car pull a lid of hole to make a marble run
Step 4. The rolling can hit a golf ball
Step 5. The golf ball makes 7-8 marbles run together
Step 6. The running marble is dropped into a cup
Step 7. The cup with a marble push the back stretch.
Step 8. The back stretch release the another Golf Ball
Step 9. The golf ball hits and makes dominos work
Step 10. The last Domino pulls the string connected to rolled paper
Step 11. The rolled paper unfolds and opens "Happy Birthday Mason" Sign
Step 12. The last domino hit the cereal box to put cereal in a bowl
Step 13. 7-8 running marbles come in another cup
Step 14. Electric power is on by step Step 8 and the power makes fan working
Step 15. The fan moves birthday giht on the plate by fan
Step 16. The cup with marbles pulls the bottom of milk bottle
Step 17. The power turn on the electrical air pump
Step 18. The Air pump makes balloon growing
Step 19. The growing balloon pushes the milk bottle.
Step 20. The milk is poured in the bowl.

Our Close-ups: Photos

A maximum of 3 close-ups (scanned diagrams, photos). Images must be JPG or PNG, and less than 5 MB.

Our Close-ups: Task Completion

Our Machine Explaination and Walkthrough

Our Machine Run Videos