Quick experiment today using Google My Maps as a way for students to use technology to visualize and present information. A personal map that I’ve made using Google My Maps is a Virginia… Continue reading
Apple, in partnership with Pixar, has announced a new USDZ file format for AR content. Adobe has stated that their Creative Cloud software will be supporting USDZ natively. I’m very interested in converting… Continue reading
Jacqueline Russell, MakeCode Project Manager, shares Microsoft MakeCode at Make: Education Forum 2017. Drag and drop programming that supports variety of hardware including micro:bit, Adafruit Circuit Playground Express, Chibi Chip, Minecraft, Sparkfun Makers… Continue reading
Over the June 10th-12th weekend, a horde of inventors descended on the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History for the Make48 competition. The challenge for the DC event was eco-friendly household products centered… Continue reading
Help! My Maker Projects are in Chaos! Digital files & prints scattered everywhere. How do you manage?
Links and materials for Photogrammetry: Capturing 3D Images – VSTE 2013 session. December 8th, 11-12, Crystal Lobby -Hackerspace. Learn to capture 3D images using 123D Catch on IOS device or on digital cameras and… Continue reading
The following are links that may be of interest to students researching 3D Printing, specifically to projects incorporating consumer/hobby level , Fused Filament Modeling (FFM) style, printers. –A History of RepRap Development –Open… Continue reading
The foldable rectangular prism is a 3D printable manipulative for students to explore the properties of a geometric figure. The design was created in Tinkercad which is an easy to use and powerful design… Continue reading