Our Trip to Sony Europe!

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Read what the Forest Guard team members have to say about their trip to Sony Europe, in Basingstoke, England!

The Forest Guard team had a great time visiting Sony in England. We went into details about our Forest Guard prototype, like deciding the model of camera, and reviewing the ideas from the Sony engineers. We also brainstormed ideas for our software interface, which was really neat. And, we created our own "Forest Guard" games, to make our website more interesting for viewers!
Sony was really helpful and generous to us, which I really appreciate. Thank you Sony Europe for helping us make our Forest Guard a reality!
- Faith
 
Our Forest Guard team took a trip to SONY in Basingstoke, United Kingdom (I like England!). There we worked with SONY on an idea Prototype as well as getting to sightsee in London.
At SONY, we worked with Morgan David on our idea’s prototype. We looked at a camera they had thought would work for us and found out how to control it using the software for camera viewing. We also saw the design for our camera housing and power supply. The plan was great, even including a pulley system to raise and lower the camera and equipment.
We also worked with members of the design team on a user-interface.  To make our idea appealing, we added games and a good user -interface.
We also got a chance to tour SONY’s facilities (over 700 people work there!). We got to see their outdoor broadcasting trucks, as well as taking a tour of one!
We did our presentation for some SONY employees and were interviewed for some local media.
We thank SONY (for the tea!Smile)for helping us with the implementation of Forest Guard.
 - Andrew

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