For this project my friends max and I built a small robot "Car" using a hummingbird. We used a movement sensor so our robot could follow us. The base of our robot was built from many things including circuit boards, old calculator shells and hard drives. It has two wheels at the back and a piece of plastic at the front. The wheels are consisted of servo motors, specialized humming bird wheels and rubber bands. Out car had a green light and a red light. The hardest part of the project was remembering to save the code. I forgot to save it 3 times. Each time I had to rewrite it. In the end we reached our goal though. When my hand moved left the car also moved left. When my hand moved right the car also moved right. The part that was the most fun and interesting was unscrewing the old calculator, removing all the old circuits, in order to make a cool base for our car. From this process I learned 3 things. I learned that taking things apart is fun no matter how old you are. I also learned that coding a hummingbird is not as hard as I fought. If I could do this again I would build A better looking body out of cardboard. Last but not least a learned that when you are programming things there is always a new or different way to get close to your original goal and outcome.