A very big congratulations! to our “Junk Buster Team!” on wining the international championship entitled Virtual Hackathon – NASA Space App Challenge 2020. The challenge was called: Orbital Scrap Metal – The Video Game V2.0.
Our 3 KMIDS students Punthai, Pun and Meepooh, teamed up with 3 seniors from, Surasak Montree, King Mongkut’s University of Technology North Bangkok and Satit PIM to make the 6-member team.
In only 48 hours they collected all the data needed to create their web-based game, intended to promote the idea of “space environmentalism”. Their objective was to raise awareness of the space waste that is accumulating and that may impact our universe!
😆Congratulations again! Our KMIDS family is very proud of you!👏 . #KMIDS #JunkBusterTeam #NASASpaceAppChallenge2020 ... See MoreSee Less
Today KMIDS G12 Pathway to Medicine students enjoyed a lecture by Dr Tansiri (Faculty of Medicine, KMITL) on the structure of blood vessels. Dr Tansiri showed the students how to measure their blood pressure.
At the end of Quarter 1, the Grade 10 students created some beautiful Typography Art. 🎨Typography is a beautiful art form and can be incorporated in lots of different ways as can be seen below. Typography is often used in modern art and design. It is not simply text on paper, a set of letters, an arrangement of words, a description or a statement. Typography can create a statement in a more profound sense. Type can take the shape of objects, and it can deliver a message; communicate something meaningful and spread an idea. Type can be used in design to aid artwork and can be art in itself. Take a look at the Grade 10’s clever uses of typography to create beautiful art ♥️
"Our Arduino class allows students to interconnect the physical world with the digital world. Here, students are learning to control a servo motor with an analog sensor and how to resolve difficulties along the way. Students write and verify their program code, too."
KMIDS FIELD TRIP, October 14-15 2020 . At Ban Kong Por Sufficiency Economy Learning Center, our students had opportunities to examine and explore sufficiency economy-based livelihood based on New Theory. They enjoyed all activities: Palm Leaf Fish Station, Growing Rice Station, Goat and Sheep Station, Father’s Home Food Station, and Father’s Home My Home. . 🎥📷Taken by: Arm and Pun (KMIDS students grade12)