Rhea Ramakrishnan, a Program Specialist in Digital Harbor Foundation’s Megalab, shares a few prompts program staff use to introduce youth to design in Tinkercad.
Ashley Clancy, Digital Harbor Foundation’s Elementary Program Coordinator and Makerette, shares how to scaffold student graphic design skills with a pixel art project.
Ashley Clancy, Digital Harbor Foundation’s Elementary Program Coordinator and Makerette, shares how to create mandala illustrations with students.
Aiyanah Muhammad, Digital Harbor Foundation’s Mini Makers Program Assistant, shares how to design and print 3D animals.
Digital Harbor Foundation Youth Projects On January 18th, Digital Harbor Foundation celebrated our 5th Anniversary with a showcase of our youth’s work. Over the course of 14 weeks, youth learned how to use electronic circuitry, programming, and digital fabrication tools and created projects that demonstrated their knowledge of their favorite skills. In this article, we’ll […]
Andy demonstrates how to use a Makey Makey to create a switch inspired by Dr. Frankenstein. This project brings the Makey Makey to the next level.
What Is the Ozobot Bit? The Ozobot Bit is a color sensing robot that reads and responds to 23 possible codes. Users can control speed, direction, unlock special moves, activate timers, and play games. Inputs are created when the user draws paths for Ozobot to follow using four different colored markers. Ozobot reads these commands […]
Andy and Dishon reflect on the process of taking a Makey Makey switch from idea to prototype. The switch is designed to scroll when rotated and click when pressed.
A Group of Students at Perryville Middle School’s Makerspace Built Their Own Noise Monitor Last week, Scott Dellosso, an English teacher who leads Perryville Middle School’s Makerspace, gave the DHF Noise Monitor kit to a group of students exploring Arduino earlier this month. Since this project was their first introduction to Arduino, a few students were […]
Darius McCoy, Digital Harbor Foundation’s 3D Printing Manager, shares how to create a 3D printed fidget spinner using Autodesk’s Fusion 360 software.