Through 3D Scanning,
3D Printing and Recycling
Group Project with Ryan Van Noy,
Sam Giambalvi, and Gen Hur
CLICK THE SCOPE TO WATCH THE MOVIE!
SIT DOWN & LISTEN
Today's educational model is 200 years old
Limited budgets mean teachers pay out-of-pocket.
Limited resources restrict answering questions and keeping attention.
Curriculae are not based on a child’s needs.
Students are not being trained as the digital natives needed for the 21st century.
30 Years Old
Teacher at PineMarket PreSchool
10 Years of Experience with ages 1-14
How do kids interact with lessons? What will hold a child's attention? Can technology inspire questions instead of only providing answers?
THE FALLING MARBLE
Ideation to see how many ways a falling marble might exemplify chance, control, patience and mystery.
The magnifying glass is a familiar analog form that makes new tech approachable; its iconic use invites interaction and play; and the hexagon provides powerful branding opportunities.
SCANNING A FROG AT THE POND
Time for the Mock Up Making to begin
Some CAD renderings to ideate shape + use
HP's friendly handheld scanner and digital dictionary for kids!
and the SANDBOX
Getting kids excited about the classroom
the LESSON PLANS
Taking a frog, into 3D, for Dissection!
Students scan a frog from the field trip
Scope aims to sit on the high end of capability, but within an affordable price range.