Reaction button


Level 1 – Assemble the components
Level 2 – Challenge your reaction time
Difficulty: ★★★★☆
Time to complete: 1h
Number of steps: 6
  • Intro
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
  • 6

Gather your parts

Get all the things together.

Wire the screen

First thing, let's connect the screen

Attach the button

Let's add this big red button

Attach the button

Let's add this big red button

Wire the button

Connect the button to the rest

Assemble the case

Let's now put it all in a case

How to play

Basically: be fast!

ABOUT THIS PROJECT INTRO


Intro Your students will build their own reaction-time measuring devices using Arduino 101 technology. You will discuss circuit components with them, as these will be useful analogies when discussing the biology of reactions to stimuli.
Students will then practice measuring their visual reaction times. You will brief them on their next session, in which they may be drinking coffee or chewing gum. Permission slips may need to be sent home.

ABOUT THIS PROJECT 1


Step 1 Your students will build their own reaction-time measuring devices using Arduino 101 technology. You will discuss circuit components with them, as these will be useful analogies when discussing the biology of reactions to stimuli.
Students will then practice measuring their visual reaction times. You will brief them on their next session, in which they may be drinking coffee or chewing gum. Permission slips may need to be sent home.

ABOUT THIS PROJECT 2


Step 2 Your students will build their own reaction-time measuring devices using Arduino 101 technology. You will discuss circuit components with them, as these will be useful analogies when discussing the biology of reactions to stimuli.
Students will then practice measuring their visual reaction times. You will brief them on their next session, in which they may be drinking coffee or chewing gum. Permission slips may need to be sent home.

ABOUT THIS PROJECT 3


Step 3 Your students will build their own reaction-time measuring devices using Arduino 101 technology. You will discuss circuit components with them, as these will be useful analogies when discussing the biology of reactions to stimuli.
Students will then practice measuring their visual reaction times. You will brief them on their next session, in which they may be drinking coffee or chewing gum. Permission slips may need to be sent home.

ABOUT THIS PROJECT 4


Step 4 Your students will build their own reaction-time measuring devices using Arduino 101 technology. You will discuss circuit components with them, as these will be useful analogies when discussing the biology of reactions to stimuli.
Students will then practice measuring their visual reaction times. You will brief them on their next session, in which they may be drinking coffee or chewing gum. Permission slips may need to be sent home.

ABOUT THIS PROJECT 5


Step 5 Your students will build their own reaction-time measuring devices using Arduino 101 technology. You will discuss circuit components with them, as these will be useful analogies when discussing the biology of reactions to stimuli.
Students will then practice measuring their visual reaction times. You will brief them on their next session, in which they may be drinking coffee or chewing gum. Permission slips may need to be sent home.

ABOUT THIS PROJECT 6


Step 6 Your students will build their own reaction-time measuring devices using Arduino 101 technology. You will discuss circuit components with them, as these will be useful analogies when discussing the biology of reactions to stimuli.
Students will then practice measuring their visual reaction times. You will brief them on their next session, in which they may be drinking coffee or chewing gum. Permission slips may need to be sent home.

ABOUT THIS PROJECT 7


Step 7 Your students will build their own reaction-time measuring devices using Arduino 101 technology. You will discuss circuit components with them, as these will be useful analogies when discussing the biology of reactions to stimuli.
Students will then practice measuring their visual reaction times. You will brief them on their next session, in which they may be drinking coffee or chewing gum. Permission slips may need to be sent home.