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Ryan Jenkins 34m
woohoo! looking forward to it!
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Ryan Jenkins 12h
yay! congratulations 🎉
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Paulo Blikstein Jan 21
Last day to submit to FabLearn 2020 NYC is tomorrow, Jan 22nd at 11:59pm New York Time (ET)! Deadline for K-12 student submissions still Jan 31st.
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UW iSchool Jan 21
Congratulations to iSchool Assistant Professor and first-year Ph.D. student ! A fellowship will fund their research into how to teach kids about .
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Ryan Jenkins Jan 21
for us at , robotics & AI experiments pair well with clothespins, zip ties and especially googley eyes! looking forward to testing out some playful art & engineering workshops at the festival next month in microbit_edu
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Ryan Jenkins Jan 21
awesome! it was so much fun to explore these & contraptions at this month
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Ryan Jenkins Jan 21
working on prototypes for scrappy “intelligent” art machines using with the bluetooth radio function! lots of new ideas to explore with strange loops & emergent systems for the robotics & AI festival in kuwait on feb 9-14
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Nathan Holbert Jan 21
Tomorrow is the last day (Jan 22 midnight EST) to submit your academic research papers, educator submissions, demos and workshops papers! No time for twitter! Write! Write! Write!
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Ryan Jenkins Jan 18
beautiful! I’m really interested in the combination of physical and digital kaleidoscopes
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chibitronics Jan 17
Cozy winter night from our CUC workshop! Mixing different white and cream colored papers with light adds a magical depth to this scene! ❄️⚡️
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Ryan Jenkins Jan 16
Replying to @DarthScience
cool! 🌈 👀
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Ryan Jenkins Jan 15
ok & crew you’re up for that challenge on-site at !
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Ryan Jenkins Jan 15
can’t believe we never tried this before! combining new kaleidoscope experiments with with the mylar rainbow light table is a pretty spectacular mash-up
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Ryan Jenkins Jan 15
thinking about microscopes & kaleidoscopes with for our next micro exhibit with as part of the making the future great
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Scratch Team Jan 14
Ever wish an emoji was a Scratch sprite? You can copy and paste any emoji using the text tool in the paint editor.🐣
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Maria Xanthoudaki Jan 11
Thank you for all the playfulness and the wonderful explorations we did together this week!
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Ryan Jenkins Jan 9
Replying to @AmosLightnin
have fun friends!
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Amos Blanton Jan 9
Exploring the design of a new tinkering space involving image and sound with friends at the National Museum of Science and Technology in Milan. Fantastic to be thinking about aesthetics and playful learning with such thoughtful colleagues.
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Ryan Jenkins Jan 9
a little experimental marble release mechanism prototype that we built with solenoids, cardboard & wood scraps at with &
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Ryoko Matsumoto Jan 9
From marble machines to sound machines to chaotic machines, and more! Really enjoyed seeing the wide range of projects people came up with using solenoids tonight at event
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