The Design, Art, and Technology Makerspace aims to lower the barrier for students to advance in their creative projects and to drive them to innovate. From tinkering on an old radio, to crocheting a rainbow cake, to engineering a robot that plays drums, or using M&Ms to make a portrait of your dog. We are passionate about making things, physical or virtual or interdimensional, and we want a place to kick-back and make our awesome projects with ease.
Thursday, May 30th, at 5:00pm-8:00pm
We're going to learn how to make game controllers using Makey Makeys! Once that's done, we're going to have a challenge to make a controller that you can use without your hands!
You're going to need a laptop (with your charger, trust us) for this workshop, but we'll bring 6 MakeyMakey kits, playdough, fruit, and conductive fabrics for you to use as part of your controllers. Be sure to bring something conductive if you want to use something more exotic as part of your controller!
Here are a couple of links to prepare you for the oncoming awesomeness:
Prepare yourselves. This will be fun.