December 9, 2021
Hosted by the University of Pittsburgh’s Homewood CEC, the community engagement center, 70+ students got a variety of exposure to different areas of gaming coding. Storytelling robotics advanced manufacturing and also heard from the entrepreneurs behind Toyz Electronics. They were able to learn about career connections, animation, and gaming robotics. And with tourism electronics, we were able to give them an experience where they used audacity for recording their audio. They learned about Make Human which allowed them to make their 3d models and characters, as well as illustration and comic book coloring where they’re able to gain hands on experience with.