What We're Working On...
Cater Corley ’17 set out to explore the ways children escape the confines of reality through imaginative play. She gave stuffed animals/dolls a voice of their own using a MaKey MaKey and a tea set. Children could then use them in a game designed to mimic a cultural form of social order and politeness.
Want to work on your own project in Studio M? Contact Brian Little.
Got an idea? Want to work on your own project in Studio M? It’s open to all Davidson students and employees. For more info, contact Brian Little.
From the Blog
As a certified #makernoob, walking into the space on my first day was a bit overwhelming. I knew how to operate the Legos I found hiding on a bottom shelf, but that was about it. Fortunately I had some excellent tutelage and I know that I will master the skills taught to me in those […]
Hello y’all! My name is Altan Tutar. I’m a freshman from Izmir, Turkey, and I’m very excited to become a part of the team at the StudioM. For me, making is recreational and beneficial in the long run.I believe that every Davidson college needs to experience what’s it like to hang out in a ‘maker […]
My first day in Studio M was new and exciting! I tried out the Virtual Reality, which I had never done before, and it was so cool and so weird. I’m also very proud that I didn’t feel nauseous. I’m interested in what people in Studio M are specifically doing with virtual reality right now, because […]