Technology @ HCHMS
The autocleaner is solar powered. It goes out every hour and recleans the hallways. It has attachments to clean scuff marks, sweep, and mop. It is about three feet tall, but can go higher to clean the tops of lockers, roofs, and windows.
Hovering Solar Panels
HCHMS is run on solar energy. This is good for the environment. They have several solar panels over the roof, these solar panels hover and automatically move with the sun. They turn on the hover rigs, spheres based with magnets. They hover using magnets like the HCs and do not require much power of their own.
They are Screens in just about every room at HCHMS. They are monitored at all times by the S.S.C. If a teacher wants to file a report or send a message anywhere, they use the Screens. They are capable of interacting with Max Lenses and will respond to voice commands. The Screen Database holds the entire school's history and if you know how to work them, you can find most anything. Each teahcer has their own page and mailbox, and they log in with a password. The screens make communication easier.
Lenses& Hovering Cameras
|This is a picture of an H.C. (Hovering Camera) & a Max Lense.|
H.C.s are hovering cameras. They are generally light silver with four long lenses. They are round except for two flat, magnetic bases. These two bases keep them afloat. There are powerful magnets in all the floors of HCHMS and they repel against the bases, pushing the cameras up to an average of about five to seven feet. There are square lights on each camera lense, when a light is green, the H.C. lense is active, when it is red, the H.C. lense is not.
The H.C. has an antennae on the side, it sends and receives signals, communicating with a Max Lense, worn by teachers. This way a teacher wearing a Max Lense can see any part of the school at any time, and they can see six places at a time.
These are used for security and the basic monitroing of students. They are truly advanced and keep discipline in check.
Max Lenses are plain lenses, worn by teachers on one eye, generally the left eye. They have a comfortable ear clip and a nose clip, locking it in place without pain. They connect through a wireless signal to any specific H.C. anywhere in the school. They can receive six images at a time, so it's like teh teachers have eyes in the back and sides of their heads. The teachers can always monitor their students and can immediately know teh cause of any discipline problems, leading to fair and immediate punishment. The Max Lenses can also be linked to the Screens, which are the absolute database for the school. Teachers wearing Max Lenses can command the H.C.s by voice using microphones.