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Unformatted text preview: Now to finish the other half of the figure eight I’ll just do what I did in the beginning but just the opposite. This means make the skater skate around the blue cone by turning right. Once the skater was done going around the cone I made the skater orient to the black cone to make the turn look natural and not like a robot. Then I made the skater Move toward the black cone but I used the function to make it stay to the right of the cone. This assignment was definitely a lot more difficult because I had no step by step help and had to write the code myself. This meant that I had to draw up a plan to make this work and then create the code. Once I created the code I had to test it to make sure it worked how I wanted it too. If I didn’t get it to work how I wanted it too I would just play around with the code to make it work correctly. I struggled at first but after some playing around with functions I finally got a finished product....
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- Spring '14
- Cone, Photoreceptor cell, Rod cell