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.
Augmented Reality and Character Design is a combination made in heaven!
Children built a cardboard city and then explored it in a Virtual Reality environment.
How I connected with children in Taiwan through making robots and playing.
The power of freedom and self discovery, through curiosity, arts and technology.
‘The Crocodile and the Little Fish’ is a movie that came out of lots of workshops exploring character design and storytelling with children from Mbomo, in the Republic of Congo.
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!