Here’s an edit of most of the footage from the workshop!
Today students got to show their projects on the grounds of the Central Park Zoo! Here are some photos from the day! It was a great success!
Here’s some more images of work done on final projects! One session left!
Some video documentation of the early stages of building of the Bird Hit Counter made with aluminum foil, recycled springs from old printers, and a vintage counter.
Here’s a photo of the hardware for the Bird Hit Counter prior to being hooked up to the recycled electronics component and homemade switch:
Here are some images and video from the final project building process. Materials ranged from discarded electronics and the other waste we’ve collected as well as cardboard boxes and other structural elements:
Building Bird Hit Counters!
Three workshoppers wanted to create a smooth surface on the circuit boards they were repurposing for their final project and so we did some circuit board ice skating by strapping the boards to their shoes and having them skate around the Zoo! Gives new meaning to the “Electric Slide”!
Some more images and video from the workshop!