July 9-10, 2016
Maker Festival, the yearly event that brings together Toronto’s makers, craftspeople, technologists, and artists, was again held at Toronto Reference Library.
I organized another hands-on, outdoor booth to get kids and families engaged with 3D printing.
This time, kids got to paint 3D scanned seashells and rat skulls that were made on an industrial, powder-based 3D printer.
Once the paint dried, we made the finished pieces into necklaces that the young artists got to take home.