Programming a Peer

Today in class we theorised about how a code worked, making a set of commands which were attached to a certain number to guide our partners to reaching a certain objective. We listed the numbers off to tell our peers where to go while they were blindfolded, creating a small challenge.

We were successful in creating smart commands which were applicable to lots of things, such as making small turns rather than multiple.

We found that this wasn’t really that much of a challenge, and after a while we attempted to limit our commands to the smallest amount possible. For example, rather than having a command for left and right, we limited it to one side, then repeated it to get to different angles(90+90=180, 90+90+90=270).