On Saturday Morning, Graham and Myself headed down to Double Bay, Sydney to attend Woollahra Library Maker Expo and share the passion for making and DIY electronics with the parents, educators and students alike.
Our eye-catching setup for the expo consisted of a wide range of educational tools & projects from some of our favourite innovators and makers around the world, not to mention our 2 most recent projects: The Infinity Mirror Table and the Huge LED Matrix Display.
We even took the opportunity to run a condensed version of our RoboShop for Young Engineers workshop during the day, walking a handful of young learners through the basics of coding taught with one of our favourite little robots, the Ozobot Bit. From following a simple black line, to speeding up/slowing down the Ozobot right through to making timed tracks with directional control, we covered the lot. RoboShop always proves to be an engaging experience for students.
3D Printing, Ozobots, the littleBits Droid Inventor Kit, with the Infinity Mirror Table and LED Display in the background.
Graham sharing the 3D Printing love and giving this young learner his first ever Rocktopus, fresh off the print bed.
What a fantastic day it was! Our thanks go out to the organisers from the Woollahra Library and all the other people that got together to make the day happen.
Stay posted for more exciting news, tutorials, projects and workshops from the team at Core Electronics!
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