Maker culture and young makers can help make schools more productive contexts for learning. Learning-by-doing and constructive technology hold great promise ...
sylvia martinez's insight:
OK, wow, this is a TERRIBLE recording - the sound people are talking over us, most of it sounds like we are in a giant tin can, but still, it's a nice short intro to what parents and teachers can do to encourage making and hands-on learning in their own schools.
A stunning example of full-color 3D-printing today on Reddit posted by someone involved with the development of a new 3D scanning technology. According to the person who posted the image, it took approximately 12 hours to print using a Z650 3D-printer and...
VideoResearchers from the Biorobotics Laboratory at the Ecole Polytechnique Federal de Lausanne (EFPL) in Switzerland have created a group of modular shape-changing robots called Roombots that are 3D reconfigurable, meaning they can change shapes and in this case, would be come adaptive furniture. The whole idea, the researchers admit, sounds a little [...]
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