I'm sharing with the class some nice links @henk.buursen posted in the staff project:
There is no place where i could add, so therefore this issue is created :)
Yesterday Nadieh's final project (jigsaw puzzle) got highligted at hackaday's.
Could not find a place where we collect publicity/publications like this.
|Hackaday||2021/07/12||Human-Following Utility Trailer|
[Théo Gautier] thought that a human-following utility trailer would be helpful for people working on farms. He didn’t just think about it, however, he designed and built it as a final project at the Agrilab FabAcademy at the University UniLasalle Polytechnique in northern France. He took the idea from concept to fruition in six weeks....
|Hackaday||2021/07/01||Jigsaw Puzzle Lights Up With Each Piece|
This project came out of a FabAcademy, so the documentation is incredibly thorough. In fact, everything on this project is open sourced and available on the project page from the code to the files required for cutting out the puzzle pieces and the enclosure. It’s an impressive build with a polish we would expect from a commercial product...
|Waag||2020/03/03||FabAcademy in full swing at Waag|
This January, FabAcademy 2020 started at Waag. Waag has been hosting FabAcademy in its FabLab ever since it was still a pilot back in 2009. These days the FabAcademy is an education trajectory of six months, followed simultaneously by over sixty labs in the world, from Bangladesh to Mexico and from Iceland to Rwanda. Students learn all about digital fabrication, following courses and doing group assignments each week, which are then followed by international review and class by MIT’s Neil Gershenfeld.
|elektormagazine||2019/09||Fab Academy a crash course in digital fabrication|
A fully automatic cocktail mixer from France, a computer controlled calligraphy machine from Japan, a CNC machine from Peru. It's week 17 at the Fab Academy and students from around the world are showing the machines they have built in the online classroom. Each team has been allocated two minutes to present their project on the live stream. This is followed by some tips, compliments and occasionally some criticism (“it clearly needs more work”) from Professor Neil Gershenfeld, the director of Fab Academy.