Professor: Masako Nunn
Description: Students programmed the SPARK-E animatronic to present information in Japanese. These presentations where 10-15 minutes long, and had to be about Japanese cultural. Learn more about the project in our Faculty Success Stories.
Description: Students, Faculty, and Staff were welcomed into the makerspace for multiple activities. They painted 3D printed skulls, a student designed tote bag, and laser cut flags. The participants also designed and cut their own papel picados using the laser cutter.
Professor: John Glover
Description: Students participated in two VR experiences. In the first students used the Merge headsets to watch a New York Times produced VR story on the Hajj. The students then explored Mecca through Google Earth VR, flying over the space and exploring the various street views available.
Professor: Raul Acero
Description: Students produced a draft sculpture that was then scanned using the 3D scanner. Once digitized the students used TinkerCad or medium to edit the sculpture. Finaly the sculptures were printed and the students went through critique. Learn more About the project in our Faculty Success Stories.