LOS ANGELES, CA – The newly minted Maker Space at the Science Academy STEM Magnet is offering students innovative tools to explore their interests.
- Maker Space opens at Science Academy STEM Magnet
- Provides innovative tools for students
- Equipped with any tech the kids ask for
It takes Dai’Asha Davis two hours on a bus to get from her home in Inglewood to her school in North Hollywood. Once she arrives at the school, Dai’Asha gears up for motion capture. The 14-year-old wants to be a surgeon and envisions a way this could help.
“If possible I would like to be able to do surgeon similars within motion capture of VR,” said Davis.
If she can think it up, Principal Carlos Lauchu will find a way to make it happen. He has stocked the Maker Space with technology the students asked for; like the 3-D printer Zyg Ramsey is using to build a robotic arm “that you can control with…