INTEGRATION OF DIGITAL FABRICATION INTO LEARNING PROCESS.
Fab Lab in Lyceum 1502 MPEI is the product of the cooperation between Euan D. Baird, SEED Program, Schlumberger, and Stanford University under the auspices of Center of Bits and Atoms, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Cambridge, USA).
The Seventh International Digital Fabrication Conference opened on 14 of August 2011 in Lima (Peru). The inaugural evening consisted of an opening mixer at Lima’s City Hall. During the Inauguration Fab Lab Lima was introduced and the conference attendees were addressed by the President of Universidad Nacional de Ingenieria, the Dean of Architecture, and the Mayor of Lima.
In January 2011, I was lucky enough to be allowed to participate for two weeks in the Stanford University
Fablab, which is a very creative initiative to teach teenagers the process of imagining, building, and
testing anything they can imagine by using modern equipment such as laser cutters and 3D printers, (but
also good old ingenuity and duct tape!). Needless to say, it was a great experience, full of learning,
creating, and here's how it went:
Want to hear about the first SEED FabLab@School from its own participants? Here are some testimonials directly from Moscow!