So I have come to an interesting point in my research. There are a lot of people in India. A lot. 1.252 billion people to be exact – a statistic I have used in previous posts. With such huge impacts, it is hard to imagine that India’s sanitation and energy issues – crises of not only a country, but a country of 1.252 billion people – Continue reading
Wood is the primary source of biomass for fuel in India. According to the World Wildlife Fund “the total industrial round wood consumption in India could exceed 70 million m3 per year by the end of the decade (350,000 large shipping containers), while domestic supply would fall short of this figure by an estimated 14 million m3.” Continue reading
The past week has been a successful one in terms of getting the hand to actually *do* something. I’ve gotten the hand to move a finger (specifically, the index finger), which is a pretty big step forward in the project overall. Check out the video below!
Last week I discussed the minor role of the helicopter in World War II. This week I will look at the greatly increased use of the helicopter in the Vietnam War and how/why its role was so important. Continue reading
This week, I returned to Rhinoceros to finnish up some early designs for a joint.
This week I didn’t get to shoot any sequence due to weather and the starting of spring sports. However, I did communicate with my mentor and T.Margaret and did a little research online. I will share some of the ideas here: Continue reading