Michelle stopped in at the Champaign Library to check out the Fab Lab and all the hands on demonstrations.
Emilio chats with Dean Rose, a blacksmith who works in East Urbana.
Plunging to the depths of IntelliWheel’s products and design, Nate asks the IntelliWheel Team to explain the secret behind their simple, cost effective Fit Grip. Scott Daigle, Marissa Siebel-Siero, and Josh George gave some fascinating answers.
The best technologies are indispensable and timeless. Emilio visited the Lincoln Bookbindery in Urbana and discussed the tools and techniques they use to create books that are both fine examples of utilitarian craftsmanship and beautiful works of art.
This past Saturday the Illinois 4-H organization hosted a robotics showcase and competition at the University of Illinois Activities and Recreation Center, with hundreds of kids from all across Illinois getting a chance to show off their technical and teamwork skills.
Madison Maxey came to Allen Hall to introduce wearable technology to students and those that attended went home with some of their own creations.
This weekend the indoor skies were abuzz with the sounds of model planes and drones alike as Hobbico held it’s 10th annual indoor electric R/C fest at the University of Illinois Armory.
What exactly is Makerspace Urbana about? Bridget hung out with the folks at Makerspace to investigate just this.
Dr. Megan Condis, who recently finished her dissertation on gaming culture, discusses gamers and how to make a game, and suggests that the best games combine tech with a clear understanding of audience.
Ashley sat down with the brains behind MakerGirl to discuss C-U girls making cool stuff and learning lifelong technology skills in the process.
Champaign-Urbana is a vibrant tech hub comprised of amazing developments from the University of Illinois and beyond. This community is on the forefront of technological development and exploration, and continues to showcase its talent that exists no where else but right here in C-U.