DigiFab will allow participants to design their own projects to fabricate. This 2-week program will introduce both the technology and design software necessary to make their own projects. Students will work on individual and collective projects. Friends and family will be invited on the final day to see their work, and participants will practice their presentation skills.
The theme for this summer’s DigiFab program is Drones in the City. We will explore the potential of this disruptive technology and how the city design might respond to this potential. Participants will design a city collectively (both physically and digitally), and will build their own racing drone that they will be able to take home.
This summer program is designed for all students aged 12-14 years old (grades 7-9) with an interest in design, technology, art, science, and engineering.
For more information about the John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design at the University of Toronto, visit us at http://www.daniels.utoronto.ca