Today I am proud to show you my latest video tutorial.
A few months ago, I worked on a report to understand the State-of-the-Art of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths), STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Maths) and Maker related after school clubs programs worldwide. At that time, I was working on the development of a franchise for after school clubs, so I was interested in mapping and exploring which best practices and options are currently available on the market or in the not-for profit sector. Here you are a small excerpt from my report.
Please note: I’d like to go further with this research. Are you involved in the organisation of an after school club? Please, take a few minutes to fill in my survey! http://bit.ly/1NzakZT
Halloween is just round the corner… Are you ready to be scared?
Today I worked on a mini project for a forthcoming workshop at Somerset House (London, UK).
I used a Gemma with a soft potentiometer (Plug & Wear) and a neopixel strip.
I am currently thinking about a new wearable tech workshop, and to start planning the activities I wanted to make a test.
During my stay in Boisbuchet (France) I worked not only to the “connected birdhouse” project, but also to another ‘simpler’ project prototyped with an Arduino Leonardo + Tinker Kit.
As disclosed in my previous post, I would like to describe the project I made during the short course “Internet of Trees” with Massimo Banzi at Boisbuchet, France. It was a collaborative project, realised with two other Taiwanese students.