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Morse Code Challenge

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Submitted by: Mitchell Eubank

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This challenge can either be completed as an Audio Assignment, or a Visual Assignment. Inspired by a similar challenge, involving the use of American Sign Language, this challenge has you try to spell out words using Morse Code, and seeing who can guess what the word is. Anything goes, as long as the Morse Code standards of dots and dashes are represented in one form or another. Again, the longer the word, the better your chances of stumping someone with it!

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Submissions So Far

Morse, bet you cannot figure it out.

For this assignment, I created a video using old fashioned playing cards to create some Morse code. I used a few different playing cards to distinguish consecutive dots and dashed, and I used transitions to split things apart so it could be deciphered. Highlight the section between here (The …

Morose Morse

A message delivered with a heavy heart to a Mr. Crawlston, telling him of the fate that may await him

I used an english-to-morse translation website for this and just put it in over top an image of a man standing over a coffin, to give it the appropriate tone …

Morse Challenge

I completed the five star assignment Morse Code Challenge.

I used a website (http://morsecode.scphillips.com/translator.html) to create a phrase which relates to my character. Using the morse code translation of this phrase, I proceeded to take pictures of my interpretation of the dots and dashes which were in …

A Morse Mystery (Morse Code Challenge Assignment)

This is a five-star video assignment for weeks 11/12 of DS106. That brings my total for the two-week period to…five stars so far. I’ve been busy, okay?! Here is the assignment page. I’ll include the instructions below as well.

This challenge can either be completed as an Audio Assignment, or …

Coding the Morse

Morse Code Challenge- 5 Stars

Here is the prompt for this assignment:

This challenge can either be completed as an Audio Assignment, or a Visual Assignment. Inspired by a similar challenge, involving the use of American Sign Language, this challenge has you try to spell out words using Morse …

The World Wonders

Somewhere in the Pacific, two mighty navies clash.  The fate of the world hangs in the balance.  One man reports on his actions in that war.  Meanwhile, we hear a message echoing in his head.  A message that almost brought disaster.

[contact-form]…

Morse Code

This assignment was worth five stars. I learned how to do Morse code out of it so I liked doing it. I linked this to my host character. I decided to do my character’s name. I looked up online how to do Morse code and wrote down the diagram to …

Morse Code

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This is the morse code assignment from the assignment bank worth 5 stars. I had to go on online and find a morse code alphabet translator to do this. Can you guess what I spelled out.

*hint: it’s my character’s name!!

(the file for the video was too big …

Morse Code

When I saw this assignment, worth 5 stars, I immediately thought of this scene from The Office below.

The assignment is to record a video or audio of yourself “saying” a word in Morse Code. The word should be somewhat long so that it is harder for people to …

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Tutorials So Far

Down to the Last Morsel

My second, and last, original creation for DS106 is one I think everyone is going to enjoy; since several of my classmates enjoyed doing American Sign Language for this year’s Halloween festivities, I decided to ramp things up a bit by creating a different kind of spelling bee. Though …