With the annual Dublin Maker fair on July 21st, DIT’s RoboSlam group of volunteer staff and students headed to Marrion Square for an action-packed Saturday. After four years of teaching visitors to Dublin Maker about build robots, we shifted focus to activities that could engage even more people at a time.
Our clever colleagues in DIT’s School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering designed a booth on the theme of “Paper Programming” to teach the history and theory of using paper to program computerized gadgets that date back to the industrial loom for weaving fabric and the computer punch card.
The set of photo galleries posted on Shannon Chance’s blog shows her weekend activities helping run this booth at Dublin Maker 2018. You’ll learn about and see photos of:
- Getting to the fair
- Setting up our booth
- History of Paper Programming
- Visiting other exhibits
- Our activities
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- Music Box
- Time enough left for a relaxing Sunday!