Create a Pythagoras cup
Make one Pythagoras cup with available straw or tube.
Adjust the length of the intake tube
Measure the amount of water it discharges when the level goes higher than the top of the tube
Try with different size tubes and notice how the cup works
Think of interesting applications for the cup.
Create a Water Clock using
Pythagoras cup principle
●Make one working cup and calibrate with flowing tap water
●Minute cup: Create a cup that takes between 1 to 5 minutes (depending on the size) to fill
●Hour cup: One cup that takes between 20-60 minutes (depending on a cup)
●Day bucket: It takes between 3 and 10 hours to fill (depending on size)
●Adjust the tap flow
●Calibrate and mark cups with a clock as a reference
1. Take a picture of your project
2. Submit the picture, the video and write a few lines about what didn’t work and what you learned in the project on FB’s Zero2Maker page.
4.Include these hashtags: #zero2maker, #zerolab