, October 4th >
Unveiling NEW room in the MAKERSPACE
The Study's state of the art MakerSpace lab is an inspiring places for our young makers to develop skills in design thinking, while using cutting edge tools. This year, we have added an additional room to our Makerspace; one that facilitates the building process. Along with an Oculus RIft, we have also added a classroom set of virtual reality glasses, a Nikon KeyMission 360 camera and unity 3d software so that students can not only immerse themselves in educational virtual reality worlds but also create the content for these devices.
Students, both in the elementary and senior school have access to the Makerspace. Students practice prototyping, woodworking, electronics, circuitry and robotics. They have access to a 3d printers, 3d scanner, saws, drill presses, various hand tools, ev3 and nxt robotic kits, arduinos, raspberry pis, multimeters, breadboards, soldering irons, supplies to create paper circuits and electronic textiles, littlebits circuits, makey makeys, pico boards as well as various switches, motors, and sensors.
Everything from architecture, robotics, electronics, programming and engineering is being taught in our Makerspace. It is the ultimate marriage of science, technology, engineering and the arts. It is a space where The Study fosters creativity and innovation in our students.