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- #dremeltools meetup last night, with a silent auction benefitting @austintinkeringschool !austinmakerfaire110We were quite pleased that Thomas Edison was in our booth at #sxcreate all weekend helping to promote #atxmakerfaire !austinmakerfaire70This kid is hot stuff... He achieved the 1/100 chance at making it to the Eye of the Pyramid. This awesome interactive installation (and more) in our #atxmakerfaire booth all weekend!austinmakerfaire40Making paper airplane launchers with kids at our booth today, really fun!austinmakerfaire30Maker meetup with Dale Dougherty, founder of Maker Faire and Make magazine!austinmakerfaire70
Project: DIY Aerial Imaging, Electronic Music, and More!
Engineers, inventors, and scientists of the future all need to get their start somewhere. Maybe your first project is create an aerial imaging system to take pictures from the sky. Maybe it's to play electronic music that you wrote yourself. Maybe it's to test models of bigger, better, smarter, safer buildings. Learn about these projects and several others from the high school engineering course Engineer Your World, sponsored by the NSF. You can do all these projects in the classroom or at home with readily available materials, including the education-friendly Arduino microcontroller.
Maker website: http://www.engineeryourworld.org/