The Seton Hall community has been busy during this year’s Mozilla #MakerParty. We kicked off the party on Friday, June 17th when several pre-med students came to the CTC to learn about 3D printing. The group completed the Custom Nametag project, learning some coding skills in addition to the 3D printing.
We also had an Instructional Designer from the TLT Center try out the Code a Meme activity:
— Veronica Armour (@vlarmour) July 21, 2015
Also from the TLT Center, we had Riad Twal break out the Raspberry Pi to start programming it for a display board of CTC workshops and events. He also came up with his own project to create a di-pole antenna for use as an Amateur Radio Operator (ham radio). Check out his post on how he brought it from idea to prototype to usable piece all with 3D printing! Lysa Martinelli brought in her own project creating an up-cycled wind chime made out of bottle caps.
While the Mozilla Maker Party came to a close on July 31st we are still having fun at Seton Hall. If you did not get a chance to try out a project in July let’s keep the party going and try out a project today. *Don’t forget to share your projects on social media using #SHUmake!