IAAC Hosts Students from UTSA

Each year IAAC hosts various groups of students and researchers from around the world making IAAC a dynamic center for learning and innovation.

Since January a group of students from the University of Texas at San Antonio have been at IAAC with their professors Maria Solé Bravo and Natali Canas working and learning about digital fabrication. Last week students from this university had a Digital Fabrication workshop guided by Tomas Diez (pictured above) and Brian Peters, where they worked in teams in IAAC’s FabLab fabricating their projects and presented them at the end of the workshop.

Project: Light Modulator, by Steven Stanson & Chanel Ramirez.

Project: Lounge Chair & Book Shelf/Light Diffuser, by Sean House, Ayumi Nakagawa, Carole Zureik & Christopher Henderson.

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