Here is a video that we partially viewed in class for writing and science. NANOYOU – Narrated by Stephen Fry from Neon Otter on Vimeo. This film is non-commercial and funded by the EC for the NANOYOU project – nanoyou.eu… Continue Reading
Squishy Circuits Website – The Squishy Circuits website has the directions for making conductive and non-conductive dough to use while making circuits!
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Today in class we made truncated tetrahedrons. If you would like to make your own, you can find the directions here – Truncated Tetrahedron. Below is a video showing how to fold the truncated tetrahedron. If you make 20 truncated… Continue Reading
Quite a few students have asked for links to some of the software and online tools we use in class. I’m going to list some of my favorites that I use in class and at home. All of these programs… Continue Reading