Movies I’ve seen (alongside their ratings):
Midsommar (3/5 stars- that ending tho)
Once Upon Time in Hollywood (3/5 stars- It is pretty and groovy)
IT 2 (2/5 star- eh love Bill Hader tho)
Joker (4/5 star- Joaquin’s performance is worth a whole star)
Jojo Rabbit (5/5- So pure, so well done. Bravo)
Movies to be seen:
Ford v Ferrari
Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker
Two new TrustFell refs! Lloyd is the adopted son of Cheryl! And Oscar is the takecarer of the Ruins. More story about them will come soon :^)
(Psst! Reblogs are cool too!)
Everyone say “thank you Oscar” for the boy bringing up the exact topic we were worried about getting avoided.
Still Salty about the painfully short questline for Oscar?
Oscar enjoys baking, he just isn’t good at it.
Oscar feels most save around Ruby.
Oscar really does like Ren and Nora being parental towards him. It makes him feel safe.
Oscar gets concerned when Jaune stands up too fast. He thinks Jaune will push him against the wall again.
JNR tells Oscar stories of Pyrrha. Oscar wishes he can live up to her one day. He has once joined along with them talking to Pyrrha’s spirit.
The absolute elation I felt when I went to bed and saw this boy sleeping on my sheets.
How are you?
ok but them leaving oscar behind + the small clip of him and ironwood training in the intro means we are most likely going to get a heart to heart between those two, possibly in the next ep and im!!!!!!!!!!!!
In this post, I will explain the pages we plan to have on the app and what functions or features they will contain. First off, we have the Home page.
This page will serve as the first page users will see when using the app. It will contain a clean summary that users can view immediately. The summary will display the number of recyclables and non-recyclables on the date the user disposed them. The AI detects and identifies the disposed items through image recognition and machine learning; such as ‘paper’ or ‘metal’. The AI will then store a value into a variable called “recyclable” as 1 (item is recyclable) or 0 (item is not recyclable) in a Firebase document under the User’s collection.
The app then pulls the data according to the current date and performs a count for how many 0s and 1s there are and displays the data so that the user can view and track their recycling habits.
This is also how the data would be presented in the Statistics page of the app, which we hope to design like this:
So, the difference between this page and the previous one is that this data is taken for the whole week rather than the current date. Thus, the difference in code is that the count function will be performed for 7 days worth of disposed items and then separated into the graph.
(Note: The actual graph will be a LINE GRAPH not a pie chart. This example is like this due to the limitations of Marvel App)
The graph can be used to compare the days of the week where the user has done recycling.
Finally, the Settings page will look like this:
It is just a basic Settings page with nothing extraordinary. The BLINK button is associated to a collaboration that we plan to have with another app that rewards users on their environmentally-conscious decisions.