Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles Hi, this is CS 50. I'm Jessica here with my name is Tiger. Okay? And they're going to show us a demo of their projects. So can you show us a little bit? Something Absolutely so initially we decided to make a two d application of a simple game Well of a simple game and what you essentially Europea set and you goes to avoid Facebook and Instagram logos. You avoid the logos because you need to get your homework done. And these air distractions and distractions are bad. How are you? This game was a little too easy to code, so we decided tow, you know, pump it up a little bit. And so way tried making a three D game because of time constraints. It turned into a three D experience instead. So if you go look to hear if I re launched it, you would be able to see a platform detection node that would say OK, place the piece that here, for convenience, I've already pre placed a piece set. It's a national virtual object laying on the table, and it will stay there. But if you look up every four seconds, you see a social media app randomly generated up here now seems overwhelming for now because I've let it run for quite a while, Disrespect. But you gotta get him away. So you pushed focus and the launches a lightbulb at them allowing you thio stay focused in a peace that and avoid distractions. And this is a piece of protector. That's really awesome. Unimpressive. Like, did you guys have any experience with anything like this before doing CS 50? No, no, not none whatsoever. We found Swift to be an extremely challenging programming language, but But it was fun. So, you know, three months ago, could you imagine that you created something like this? You know, I've actually always wanted to work with a R v e r. But I annoyed you how to start, and I even knowing all that CSU would cover, I could imagine that be able to make something like this by the end. That's really awesome. What was the most exciting part about programming this going through the process? I probably say the most exciting part was this the constant, incremental steps that we made like we would, you know, code something wouldn't work. It wouldn't work. It wouldn't work, it wouldn't work and then eventually would have something very basic shops. Just every single one of those little basic experiences I thought was fantastic. Yeah, that's it's so awesome. Really cool. I'm really impressed. So thank you for showing your demo. Um, I'm Yeah. Thank you. I'm Jessica, and this is CS 50.