Shellie and other HackRVA’ers have been working hard to bring some STEAM to the fashion world with the VMFA Teen Stylin’ fashionistas!
This is the laser cutting a nautilus gear brooch we’ve creating for participants in the VMFA Teen Stylin’ program. The gear set is an amalgamation of fashion and engineering meant to give a hands on familiarity in the the use of gears. The student designers will be able to decorate or mod them in unique ways.
More to come on this great pairing.
A link for the Teen Stylin’: http://vmfa.museum/teens/teen-stylin/
A link for the original laser cutting file (we modded it): http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:750024
“Over 2 years ago we started an odyssey that has now culminated in our first production release of submodular systems’sshadow 6u eurorack travel case. Much of the original development and conceptualization would not have been possible without the great space and friends at HackRVA. Much thanks to all of you for your support and encouragement. We are off to NAMM in LA and will send feedback.”
We’re often asked if HackRVA can be a resource for entrepreneurs. Well, simple answer, yup.
I would also like to mention that Rob has contributed to building our fablab, taught classes, and provided much maker wisdom at HackRVA. So, as with many of our best experiences in the makersphere, it’s a symbiotic win/win relationship.
Along with GIFs, cats, and selfies, Photoshopped shenanigans are the foundation of our beloved inter-webs. This workshop taught how to contribute to that ongoing and important foundation effort.
In addition, practical skillz were learned. Blending, color matching, user interface jujitsu. Photoshop is where many many digital design projects begin – so its an import one to have some familiarity with.
Great thanks to Grey for once again teaching a stupendous workshop at HackRVA. That’s three in the last several months – teacher of the year?
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hack.rva is a Richmond-based makerspace. We like to take things apart, put them back together, figure out how they work, and create new things. Our mission is to learn and make stuff. We share tools and knowledge in technology, including Arduino, Makerbot, Linux, and the Open Source movement.