GreenFab Final Presentations in the Bronx

December 21, 2010
4:00 pmto6:00 pm

During the fall semester, high school students at GreenFab have been learning basic electrical engineering, programming and design skills. For their final projects, they applied these skills by designing and building their own inventions. Please join us for an exhibition that celebrates their achievements!

Students at GreenFab: Sustainable Design Through Engineering and Technology will be exhibiting their final projects to the public on:

Tuesday, December 21st between 4 and 6 pm
Sustainable South Bronx, 841 Barretto Street, Bronx, 2nd Floor (Buzzer #5)
6 Train to Longwood Ave (only 45 mins from ITP)

Some of the projects include:

A basketball hoop that automatically keeps score
Solar powered cell phone chargers
A pillow that plays mp3s
Homemade jewelry
A robotic arm
Digital musical instruments
A dollhouse with working lights and a ceiling fan
Personalized light graffiti projectors

GreenFab is a high school program for students from the South Bronx that aims to teach Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) skills through classes on sustainable design and green technologies. GreenFab provides a project-based, hands-on approach to teaching STEM concepts while emphasizing a focus on career development in the emergent field of Sustainable Technologies. GreenFab is a collaborative effort between Vision Education and Media, Sustainable South Bronx, New York University’s Interactive Telecommunications Program and The Bronx Guild High School.

Wednesday, December 15th, 2010
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