Outside the Shop: Season 1, Episode 1 | Health and Accessibility
Are you smarter than these kids in manufacturing? Travel to Hot Springs, Arkansas, with the Outside the Shop team and meet some incredible kids who are developing products to help children and adults with disabilities. Elementary schooler Arkhan used a 3D scanner, CAD software, and additive manufacturing to print his own prosthetic leg. A team of classmates at Roberts Elementary worked together to develop additive printed pencil grippers for children with developmental disabilities. Using sensors, haptics, and microcontrollers, Elisha built a Smart Cane for the visually impaired.
In Season 1
Play video Outside the Shop: Season 1, Episode 4 | Civics
Outside the Shop: Season 1, Episode 4 | Civics
Under the ground, on the trail, and in virtual reality. Join Outside the Shop and learn how some smart students are using smart technologies to improve their communities.
Play video Outside the Shop: Season 1, Episode 2 | Human Experience (UX)
Outside the Shop: Season 1, Episode 2 | Human Experience (UX)
From virtual reality to microcontrollers, students in the EAST Initiative in Arkansas are using technology to solve problems.
Play video Outside the Shop: Season 1, Episode 3 | Industrial Improvements
Outside the Shop: Season 1, Episode 3 | Industrial Improvements
Industrial improvements are making business better. Join the Outside the Shop team as they learn from students applying technology to enhance the businesses in their community—from improved exhibits at a local zoo to enhanced farming techniques.