IntroductionBefore environmental pressures forced Hexbugs to evolve to operate on land, they were originally amphibious creatures that were found in damp environments. Perhaps like humans losing their gills and the ability to breathe underwater, Hexbugs may have lost their waterproofness during the evolutionary process. They may however retain the innate ability to swim.
HypothesisIf they were waterproof, Hexbugs would be able to swim.
- Hexbug Nano
- Wood Putty
- Rubber Cement
- Remove battery & battery cover.
- Turn power switch to the on position
- Insert battery to check that the switch is in the correct position, remove battery
- Use wood putty to fill in the area in which the switch moves
- Apply rubber cement to the edge of the battery case
- Let everything dry for 15 minutes
- Fill the bucket with water
- Find camera and tripod
- Insert battery into Hexbug (It should now be running)
- Attach battery cover and screw closed
- Drop Hexbug into bucket
- Record video
- Upload video to Youtube or Vimeo