See the results of a summer camp for 5th - 8th graders, who started with an idea and spent 5 days bringing that idea to fruition. They explored materials, discovered the power of tools and processes and are excited to share!
Create costumes out of unexpected materials - paper, plastic, coffee filters, and more. Turn flat materials into 3D works of art. Design on our mannequins, on your friend, or on yourself. What would you want to wear?
SITU Studio will present the process of designing, fabricating, and installing the new 10,000 sq ft permanent exhibition space at the New York Hall of Science. Split evenly between a studio and workshop space, SITU fully integrates design and making into its practice. Design Lab is a series of five activity areas designed to host an array of STEM and project-based learning activities. Conceived of as sites to foster and promote problem ideation, tinkering, testing, and displaying results - the architecture is intended to be integral to the types of critical discovery and making that is so crucial to the design process.
In this talk, Carla Diana will share research, inspiration and design work from LEO the Maker Prince, the world's first 3D printing book for kids, which comes with a number of carefully designed objects that readers can download and 3D print for free. Carla will share the process and motivations behind the project, discussing physical-digital design techniques as well as what happens when you unleash new visions out into the world and allow people to download and remix them at will.
PourSteady is a Brooklyn-based startup that is building a robotic coffee system that makes consistent, great tasting cups of freshly brewed pour-over coffee for commercial clients and discerning coffee drinkers everywhere.
Tick Tock The Croc is 51 feet of articulated human powered art with a Peter Pan theme and Steampunk features. Why you ask? Attend the American Visionary Art Museum's Kinetic Sculpture Race in Baltimore next May to find out!