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The Upside Down House In Pigeon Forge, TN Project Presentation

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The Upside Down House In Pigeon Forge, TN
Information

Upside Down House
By Ahmad, Tori and Declan
(In Pigeon Forge, Tennessee)
Geometry
The History
In 2008, the Pigeon forge upside down house was built to mimic the other upside down houses in Orlando (Florida), Panama city (Florida), Myrtle Beach (South Carolina), and Syracuse (New York). It is currently being used as an amusement park for Wonder Works along with the other locations.
The Building Architect Is Terry Nicholson
It Was Built To Be A Place For Entertainment.
It's Located On 100 Music Rd, Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. The Longitude And Latitude Is 35 Degrees North And 83 Degrees West
The Builder Is Unspecified
It Was Built In 2006
There Is No Historical Significance Because It Was And Is Used As A Place For Entertainment As Mentioned In The Description Before.
It Is Used As A Place For Entertainment.
Inside, there are 3 angles, which are squares ,rectangles, and triangles
Inside, there are regular polygons, one type are squares
Inside, there are other polygons such as right triangles, rectangles and rhombi
Outside, there is one semicircle which serves as the entrance
Outside, there is no symmetry due to the house leaning on a smaller shop.
The sides of the house are parallel
Photos:
http://morristsai.com/assets_c/2009/07/Wonderworks-thumb-400x265-1568.jpg
Photo:
http://www.wonderworksonline.com/pigeon-forge/files/2013/06/WWT-LOBBY-2013300.jpg

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PHOTOS

Information:
http://www.myrtlebeachonline.com/2011/04/05/2081493/wonderworks-draws-crowd-at-opening.html
Information:
www.maps.google.com
Information:
http://www.chacha.com/question/how-long-did-it-take-to-build-wonderworks-in-tennessee
Information:
http://www.wonderworksonline.com/pigeon-forge/
Description & Photos
Photos
WonderWorks Pigeon Forge began as a Top Secret research laboratory on a remote island in the Bermuda Triangle. As legend has it, the world’s greatest scientists – led by Professor Wonder – were given the task of creating a man-made tornado and harnessing the POWER of it. During this experiment, something went awry and the power of the tornado was unleashed throughout the laboratory. This created a swirling vortex that was strong enough to rip the laboratory from its foundation. It was carried thousands of miles away and landed upside-down on the top of a theater in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. Remarkably, all of the experiments remained intact and functional.

THINGS TO DO:
Inversion Tunnel
Lazer Tag
360-Bike
Bubble-Lab
Rock climbing

Credits
Mr.McMahon
: Offering us assistance when needed, help organize the team meetings, and more.

Mr.Conley:
Spending time to share the rubric on google drive with 102 people, offering people for help when needed, and more.

Ms. Marshall:
Offering us advice on our building, assisting people for help when needed, and more.

Mrs. Mayhew:
Offering us assistance when needed, help organize group meetings, and more.
Cited Information
The following has a 5 minute music!!!
Who Designed It?
Who Was It Built By?
Where Is It Located?
When was it constructed?
Is There A Historical Significance? What was it?
Is It Used Today? If yes, how?
Why was it Constructed?
What Type Of Angles Do You See That Make Up Your Structure?
Are There regular polygons such as equilateral triangles or squares?
Other polygons such as right triangles, rectangles, or rhombi?
Circles or semicircles?
Any symmetry?
Parallel or perpendicular lines?

3D Shapes- Prisms, Pyramids, Cones, Domes or Spheres?
Yes, the lights are Spheres.
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