Final Project Presentation: Upside Down Fish Tank

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  • Kyle Aulwurm
    Kyle Aulwurm
    May 2, 2017 11:48 am

    It looks great! It’s fantastic that it actually worked! I was impressed how large of a tank you ended up using. I like that you made something you’ll actually use! Awesome job.

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  • Jeremy Parsons
    Jeremy Parsons
    May 1, 2017 6:07 pm

    Jason, at the time of our design reviews I clearly misunderstood your intentions with this project. It made perfect sense once I saw your set up at expo. The final product turned out very well. I also especially appreciate how the “living dynamics” of the fish contribute to the form and function of the final design.

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  • Tori Herfert
    Tori Herfert
    May 1, 2017 3:40 pm

    I really like this project, because I am a big fan of cool fish tanks with different looking fish in them. I still am kind of confused how the water goes up at the back side, because there is no extra pressure or anything. I am wondering if you had to do calculations to figure this out or if you just found out how to do it online or just went for it! Are you planning on using it in the future in your house? The type of fish in it are also cool. It also looked great at expo. Great job! Could use one of these in my house.

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  • Sam Van Dreser
    Sam Van Dreser
    May 1, 2017 12:27 pm

    Very nice project! Even from your pictures I feel relaxed by looking at the fish. I was a little sceptical that the plastic sides would look a little cheap in the end, but you did a great job assembling it! It would be great to see some plants in the upper section of the tank. Just something to think about as you push the project further.

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  • Jack Wheeler
    Jack Wheeler
    May 1, 2017 12:23 pm

    I saw this project during expo and it looked great! It also attracted a lot of attention from guests, which shows that it was a very interesting design and does a good job of drawing people in. I thought the water level difference made the fish tank look really unique, and creating a habitat for fish was a smart way to make a dynamic project. Overall, great job!

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  • Jake Silverman
    Jake Silverman
    May 1, 2017 12:22 pm

    Looks really great, I wish you went a little more in depth in the presentation but other then that the project looks like a huge success

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  • Avery Anderson
    Avery Anderson
    May 1, 2017 12:22 pm

    You really went above and beyond as far as time and resources are involved, and it really shows. Your final product really turned out really well. You achieved all your main goals and nailed your design aesthetic goals. What made you decide on your wall thickness of 0.25″? Did you do any calculations or expected forces or was it more of an experience based decision? Overall, nicely done, it turned out awesome!

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  • Emily Pearson
    Emily Pearson
    May 1, 2017 12:20 pm

    Wow you added real fish, that is awesome! I think it is interesting that is cost almost twice as much as you were expecting but it looks amazing and I think that you did a really good job!

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