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Oakwood Can Do! Submission 2017

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This is the submission from Oakwood Middle School for the Can Do! challenge! It’s pretty straightforward – all you have to do is push two buttons to empty your can. (P.S. I know the can didn’t have anything in it. Our teacher did not trust us with liquid and I don’t blame her.)

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About the Author: Sam K.

Sam K.

Morgan Hill, CA

Just a student from Oakwood Middle School. Considered a genius by some. For some reason I'm not aware of.

2 Comments

  1. bbratzel

    What a clever contraption! The mechanism for holding the can is impressive–simple and effective (blooper notwithstanding). Nice job demonstrating your mechanism and program, too!

    • Sam K.
      Sam K.

      Thank you! You have no idea how much it means to me that people see what I do and think that it matters in some form. Again-thank you so much.

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