Last week IT-oLogy hosted the IT-oLogy Open Hardware Summer Camp, a four day program where twelve students got the chance to learn, practice, and play with cool technology like 3D printing, Hummingbird Robotics, and Rasberry Pi. A favorite activity of the students? Getting scanned to create 3D printed busts! The scans were used by IT-oLogy’s 3D printing machine to create bright green busts, which the students were happy to show off for our camera! Can you see the resemblance?
The students didn’t just work, though. They also put together a stop motion video in our theater during one of their lunch breaks! Check out all of their hard work – we think these students will be the future of IT.
To view more photos of the Open Hardware Summer Camp students, visit our Facebook page!