Alex Herron ’17 is a Math major from Winston-Salem. He’s most interested in projects with programming components. When he’s not studying or working at Studio M, he runs cross country and track for Davidson.
Monthly Archives: February 2016
Andy Baay ’17 hails from Amarillo, TX, and is a Bioinformatics major. His main interest is in 3D printing and laser cutting at the moment. But in the future, he wants to try and do more with circuit creation, Raspberry Pi programming and other technologies that allow for more complex and computational projects. His hobbies […]
During an internship at The Tech Museum of Innovation in Silicon Valley, Claire Gutermuth ’15 began working with 3D modeling software and 3D printers to create prosthetic hands for children. Over the following year, working in Davidson’s Studio M makerspace, Claire continued to refine her designs which she customized for several children, and she used […]