Location: Swartz Center CMU Date: July 19, 2019 Description: On July 19th, 2019 Toyz Electronics held a workshop at Carnegie Mellon University Swartz Center with Sam’s program. We invited students from 11th and 12th grades and we had over 50 students engaged in two sessions for them to gain exposure to exciting introductions to STEAM.
Date: November 16, 2019 Description: On November 16, 2019. Toys Electronics hosted a workshop with the scouts of Western Pennsylvania women in tech. Toys electronics was able to conduct interactive experiences for the Girl Scouts. The young girls scouts were encouraged and empowered to tell their own story, create their own avatars and brainstorm superhero
Date: December 9, 2021 Description: 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.
Location: Penn State New Kensington Date: May 21, 2022 Description: Toyz Electronics presented the Dah-Varsity app and the superhero rap concept to students from the New Kensington area of western Pennsylvania onMay 21, 2022. Damola and Wole shared their entrepreneurial journey and how they developed their game and application. Students were able to learn and
Location: Swartz Center, Carnegie Mellon University Date: May 26, 2022 Description: We are so excited to have AP CS high school students from Nazareth Prep High School come to visit us in Swartz Center at Carnegie Mellon University! Students experimented with Dah-Varsity and this gave us a chance to hear what they think.By the end
Location: Assemble (Pittsburgh) Date: June 24, 2022 Description: Met with teachers over at assemble to work with the kids on the superhero self concept. We began by introducing the company to the kids, then began working to encourage them to tap into their superhero selves. We started by letting the kids build their superhero avatar
Date: July 13, 2022 Description: Toyz Electronics was able to present the Dah-Varsity app and the superhero rap concept to students from New Kensington in western Pennsylvania on July 13th, 2022. The students were from the previous sessions at Penn State New Kensington. They thought the kids about their entrepreneurial journey and how they developed
Location: Ascender (Pittsburgh) Date: July 20, 2022 Description: Toyz Electronics was able to present the Dah-Varsity app and the superhero rap concept to students from Pittsburgh on July 20th, 2022. They thought the kids about their entrepreneurial journey and how they developed their game and application. Students were able to create their own avatars and
BACKGROUND In both the education and the S.T.E.A.M (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Math) industries there is a pipeline issue in regards to diverse students and employees. A lack of diversity in the education pipelines creates a lack of diverse employees in the technology and creative industries. Building the education pipelines is a critical step in
Toyz Electronic’s Toyz STEAM program was live at Parkland Middle School! For our 3 Day program, students were able to listen to the character’s history and use that to build their own story integrating the character and creating their own character. They also wrote their own story as a team, worked together to
TOYZ ELECTRONICS PRESENTS: TOYZ STEAM Length : 1 Weekend (Friday – Sunday) (In Depth Multi-weekend programs also available!) Ages: 4- Adult Prerequisites: N/A Reserve Spot here: https://www.toyzelectronics.com/product/toyzsteam/ Fill Out Our Interest Form here: https://goo.gl/forms/kANJtuPU9wP8eiur1 This is a weekend long introductory course for STEAM for young students ranging from kids to young adults. The camp will be in
Presents: #TOYZSTEAM Toyz Electronics, LLC, a Carnegie Mellon University startup, is a technology solutions company bringing personalization and customization to the technology space. We change how humans and computers interact. We make educational hardware that empowers innovation. We collaborate with creatives across the world to maximize their innovative potential and creativity. Everyone is welcome to
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Owners Illustrated Magazine & Toyz Electronics, LLC Collaborate to Bring VR, Coding & STEM Outreach to the Washington Auto Show
Wole Idowu & the Betterville Mavens. A group of Washington DC & PG County Students He mentors and teaches coding Wole teaching the Betterville Mavens coding Miguel Richardson and Zachariah teaching students at Carnegie Mellon University Music Production Family Weekend at Carnegie Mellon with VR Family Weekend at Carnegie Mellon with VR Damola recording music
Here’s a write-up of the events we did with our campaign with #HackHarassment. #HackHarassment is a joint initiative is working with Intel, Lady Gaga’s Born This Way Foundation, and Vox Media with the goal of putting a stop to online harassment, an issue that affects 70% of young adults. ToyzNation Gaming League, an official Carnegie
Autodesk, Google, EA Sports, Def Jam Recordings, Da Great Deity Dah, Cleveland Clinic, Owners Illustrated, The Entertainment Technology Center, Carnegie Mellon Music Department, and the Future Interfaces Group, TNGL Weekend Hackathon February 2017
Our 4th TNGL Weekend: Hackathon and Innovation Conference in February was one of our most engaging and diverse event yet. We had participants from the D.C., Ohio and the Pittsburgh area. With this event we set to show anyone can be an innovator given the resources and incentives. We hosted guest speakers and sessions from
CMU ECE department, I.D.E.A.T.E, CMU Music department, Oculus, Google, DefJam records, TNGL Weekend Hackathon November 2016
The November 2016 Toyz Nation Gaming League (TNGL) hackathon weekend was a tremendous success! It was our most diverse event yet, with various elements encompassing Electrical and Computer Engineering, Virtual Reality and Game Development, Music Production, Wearable technology, and career development. Thanks to the support of Jelena Kovacevic, head of the, and most of all
At our second TNGL Weekend, April 8th-10th (hackathon/gaming tournament) event, A lot of students came by from multiple disciplines including several from our Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) department and they were able to decompress and have a good time. My dad and his associate brought vr capable gaming PCs so people were able to play
Toyz Electronics hosted a listening party with 90’s International Hip-Hop Artist (and DC Native) Da Great Deity Dah for his latest project, Chronicles of The Electromagnetic Field General. The Carnegie Mellon Sessions at the Wonderland Ballroom in Washington D.C. . The 5 Bros With Ugly Clothes also performed with DJ Eskimo, and Wole Idowu, the Toyz
The weekend of November 13th to 15th 2015, a group of CMU students gathered in Hunt TNGL Weekend Report. During the weekend of November 13th through the 15th, a group of Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) students gathered in Hunt Library Studio B for the first-ever TNGL (Toyz Nation Gaming League) Weekend. TNGL Weekend is a