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In celebration of digital creativity, Digifest and Intel have partnered
to offer adults and children alike hands-on opportunities to learn and
create using cutting edge technologies - no experience required! Intel
Family Day will take place May 10 at Corus Quay from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00
Gesture control demos from Waterloo-based Thalmic Labs: the Myo armband
is used to control a flying drone wirelessly through natural and
effortless movements of the hand and forearm.
3D Printing workshops will teach you 3D printing basics, how to design a
3D item and allow you to watch as the creation becomes a physical
Create and control a robot using Arduino, an open-source electronic
platform. MakerKids workshops will teach participants to make and
program moon-base bio domes as per requests from the astronauts.
Don't miss Arduinofest, a show and tell of innovative projects using
Arduino microcontrollers - participants have the chance to meet with
Massimo Banzi, the co-founder of Arduino.
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