This time in Creator's, we created our own Humming Bird Project which as a computer program which allows you to use LED lights or motors and control them with a computer. You are also given the opportunity to use sensors. This lets your project react to the amount of light in a room or how close it is to an object and it well turn on a light or a motor. I designed Moby from Brain Pop with another student, Dylan Vincent. We used 4 LED lights, a servo motor, a Humming Bird device, a MacBook Air, a cardboard box, paper, USB cable. Dylan and I experienced issue with coding our project and using improper motors. We were using a regular motor instead of a servo and this had the project to twist causing the cables to tangle and it was a mess. Switching to the servo motor only let the project to spin 180 degrees and then turn. I loved seeing the project in action in the end. I enjoyed being able to wave my hand in front of it causing it to light up and spin. I had to learn about the Humming Bird device to create my project. I tried many different coding sets to get the project to work the way I originally imagined it to. Dylan and I tried four to six different sets until we finally got one to work. If I had more time and resources, I would make Moby life size and make it able to walk and sense things at a larger rate.