Commit 68fa6e85 authored by Nicolas Guilbert's avatar Nicolas Guilbert

Folder for anniversary poster

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The Dark Side Story
===================
This is the evolving story line supporting our Dark Side Challenge - an educational concept aimed at teaching children how to balance machine intelligence with human decision points. And programming.
This is the evolving story line supporting our [Dark Side Challenge](https://hackaday.io/project/164082-the-dark-side-challenge) - an educational concept aimed at teaching children how to balance machine intelligence with human decision points. And programming.
It revolves around Aė, a female astronaut and teacher.
It is a [hard science fiction](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hard_science_fiction) concept revolving around Aė, a female astronaut and teacher, her pupils and their adventures in space.
![AE](ae.jpg)
She is featured with two astro-kids and each their pet rover, celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of the first manned lunar landing, illustrated by the Eagle landing module in the background.
Also in the background, a gigantic mech suggests that in space's low or zero gravity, size is not an issue.
On the lunar sky, a half-Earth alludes to the dark side concept and a warped grid with planetary orbits suggests connections to mathematical modeling, computational thinking and differential equations.
![Anniversary](50-years.jpg)
![Anniversary](poster-bw.jpg)
![Anniversary](poster-color-1.jpg)
Now with a logo!
![DSC Logo](logo/logo-small.png)
![Anniversary](poster-color-2.jpg)
![Anniversary](poster-color-3.jpg)
![Anniversary](poster-color-4.jpg)
Final version (Apollo 11 anniversary):
![Anniversary](poster-color-5.jpg)
![AE](poster-color-5.jpg)]
The Dark Side Story
===================
This is the evolving story line supporting our Dark Side Challenge - an educational concept aimed at teaching children how to balance machine intelligence with human decision points. And programming.
It revolves around Aė, a female astronaut and teacher.
![AE](ae.jpg)
She is featured with two astro-kids and each their pet rover, celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of the first manned lunar landing, illustrated by the Eagle landing module in the background.
Also in the background, a gigantic mech suggests that in space's low or zero gravity, size is not an issue.
On the lunar sky, a half-Earth alludes to the dark side concept and a warped grid with planetary orbits suggests connections to mathematical modeling, computational thinking and differential equations.
![Anniversary](50-years.jpg)
![Anniversary](poster-bw.jpg)
![Anniversary](poster-color-1.jpg)
Now with a logo!
![DSC Logo](logo/logo-small.png)
![Anniversary](poster-color-2.jpg)
![Anniversary](poster-color-3.jpg)
![Anniversary](poster-color-4.jpg)
Final version (Apollo 11 anniversary):
![Anniversary](poster-color-5.jpg)
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