字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント and we're alive here at the CS 50 fair. This is Jason Hirschhorn, and I am here with Sofia. Katie Logan. And can you tell us what year you are, What house you live in and why you took CS 50. I'm a sophomore and career house and took CS 50 to get introduction to programming. I'm a sophomore in Adam's house and I took CS 50 because I want to do a secondary field. Yes, I'm a sophomore in Cabot. I just thought coding would be interesting and important to do. So. Took CS 50 and you're all sophomores, but not in the same house. How do you find each other to do this project together way? We're friends outside on, then? I don't know. Do you enjoy working with each other? Yeah, it was fun time. What was the best part of working in a group just like bouncing ideas off of each other? Probably on. Like when you're working with a group on a project, it's it's fun to be around people, your friends, you know. So it made the product itself. Did this strengthen your friendship or tear you all apart? Okay, well, let's see the project. Can you tell me the name and 15 seconds Why you made it and what it does, It will look at it. Okay, The name is run Tourist run. And we made this game with. Essentially, you're a tourist in Harvard Yard and you're trying to take as many pictures as possible, but not be caught by Securitas. And we just made it because he thought would be a fun concept way. Play it. Okay. You want me to try it? How about one of your demo it for me? Ok, OK, look, let's see. All right. So space bar to start your this tourist in the upper left corner where that's me, that's you in the blue. Yeah, It's like it's like Pokemon on Securitas is in red and you're just trying to evade Securitas while finding these photographic will objects and yellow here. So, for example, if I go up here and I click the space bar, I just took a picture of the John Harvard statue scored their arm or the scoring comments at the top. There's only going the path will only go in the past and I might wantto know if I hit this door in the bottom, right? Yes. I enter the next level wander libraries. So this looks like a crypt when you were there. Problems? Yeah, yeah, of course. So you can just keep, you know, um, going here. We've got more photograph. Well, objects. The Securitas are a little bit faster this time, and we just got to avoid him. That's okay. And in the final level, one hit the door again is Annenberg. So we've got, uh, quite fast securitize following me right now, but, um and so, Yeah, same thing where you got. Where you heading? I'm trying Thio. Just make them follow you. Make sure of Red Spice Chicken. Now, we've got the stained glass windows at the top, which we'll see in a second, um, up here so you can take a picture of these is right. If I were to die, levels reloaded my lives increments down by one. And then when you reach the door in Annenberg, we should get a windscreen popping up doors in the bottom right again. You made it for a brain break, and then you win and I have to score. Let's give him a round of applause for Logan. Congratulations. So when you were implementing this, what was one technical challenge you encountered when you had to implement this? Well, okay, so I feel like designing the levels was not really technical challenge, but it was a real big time. So because we like hard coded in that's very low levels in the collision detection, I think was it's a little bit weird. Yeah, it's difficult to get enemies to follow the play. Securitas, not enemies. They're doing their job. Yeah, get Securitas to follow the player on the past without being caught and just like not moving at all. So if you're like, if you're separated by a barrier, um you would ideally want them to go around the barrier to follow you. But that's very hard to do. That was, that's difficult as well. There are also some problems with the sound, like making sure, like cut off the appropriate times and didn't loop incorrectly. And I don't think you sound was playing way. Have someone take your word for it. That there was work to do there. So with something technical challenges did you didn t f l beauty to go to office hours. I think we just kind of worked through it. You spend a lot of time on it and ask each other when we were having problems and, yeah, I don't know. And coming Coming in to see us 15 months ago. How? What was your background in computer science? Basically nothing background by taking a P. C. S a high school. And I have no backup, No back in. Okay. Now, whether you had some background before, no background. How do you feel now about computer science? Much better. I think we have the problem solving tools to approach a lot of CS problems, which I really appreciate. I definitely feel more comfortable. I enjoyed learning like the different languages that we didn't see us 50. I feel better about it s Oh, I like it. I like the lot. Get Yeah, Not ringing Endorsement. I love it. I like the logic of CS. Um, I think the things you could do with a pretty good Do you think this is the You're gonna go beyond this in the world of computer science? Probably. I'm very interested in biological research, so all kinds of things, like pipeline, are very helpful with that? Probably. Yeah, Like I said, I wanted to do a secondary and see, So probably take more classes. See your python. Which direction do you like? Probably Python. Okay. Yeah, Really. I mean, I've already done job, which is also like, an object or into language, like, See, Right, there could be elements of that, and she Sure, Yeah, but I feel like pythons, like, really applicable to wanted. That hurts these feelings, but Okay, I think I will. I just I'm more interested in statistical, you know, applications to you. No other problems. So if I might look at money in politics, I might want to look at statistics, and there's a lot of us to do that, right? Right. Exactly What do you want to put more in it or get more on get it up. So statistics and using see us to do that could be useful. And I know where this went. A lot of times when there were challenges, you work together as a team to work through it. But during the course, when you had challenges, who is your TF? Who helped you out? You wanna give a shout out to at office hours or just in your section You wanna give a shout out to I think my t f uh, have trooper did a really good job. You tell him he's watching. Now they have. Chopra didn't excellent job in our sections. I thought I felt much better after section to do the pieces. You wanna give a shout out to Montague MMA? Where? Right there. Yeah, I feel like he did a really great job in sections, like leading differently exercises and stuff. Uh, she did a really great job. And I also appreciate Veronica at the tutorial. She was amazing. With those shout outs. We'll say goodbye to our friends will say goodbye to Securitas. Oh, they're coming now. Send it back to you at the desk.