Virtual Reality has much potential for enhancing children’s creativity and digital literacies. Read about my research in VR and childhood for MakEY Project.
I was invited by Tate Britain to create a workshop with Arts and Technology, where children could play inside the museum.
A workshop where children used conductive ink to make their drawings interact with touch.
I was invited to be part of the first digital day celebrated at Tate Britain, in London. ‘Imagine If‘ focused on learning through playing using technology and the artworks exhibited at the museum. More information about my workshop here.
I work for MakEY, a research program funded by the European Union. You can read about my Virtual Reality and childhood research here. More information can be found here and if you want to read the blogposts I’ve written about my work, you can find them here as well.
How I connected with children in Taiwan through making robots and playing.
The power of freedom and self discovery, through curiosity, arts and technology.
This is a small documentary in 360 of “Animation Celebration!”, a workshop I developed with the School of Machines, Making & Make-Believe for the 30th Cinekid Festival that happened in Amsterdam, for two weeks on October, 2016. Our workshop had 3 steps: 1. Kids created a controller made of cardboard. 2. Kids created an animation on the iPad using an app developed by us. 3. Kids connected their controllers to their projected animations using Makey Makey; and then, glitch it using the buttons on their controllers! These are some of the animations created by kids on the workshop: I’m available for workshops! Contact me and I can either create a workshop with a specific need or theme, or/and I can bring you my workshops involving arts and technology, focusing on creative development and empowerment through playing and learning.
How children make a small robot made out of toothbrush heads.
Children are naturally drawn to clay, modeling with clay and creating stories with it. Why not add a bit of technology into it? Simply adding LED’s brings their imagination to a whole different level!