How 3D printing is paving the way for innovation

Recently, The University of Melbourne and The Research Bazaar held its annual 3D printing showcase Just over 3000 people came through the doors of Wilson Hall to witness what the world of 3D printing has to offer. The amount of technology in the room was mind blowing! The range of printers and types of objects … Continue reading How 3D printing is paving the way for innovation

Hacking up a storm – CodeBrew2015

Last weekend, before having to fly off to UniGames, I headed down to York Butter Factory for yet another hackathon - Melbourne Uni's CISSA ran their first ever solo hackathon! It kicked off with a Design Thinking workshop from the Wade Institute. Michael Vitale spoke about how hackathons bring people together to solve real world problems. … Continue reading Hacking up a storm – CodeBrew2015

Sphero – breaking the boundaries between work and play

If you were at the Health XL hackathon a LAB-14, you might have seen Developer Steve with an awesome little toy robot called Sphero. I instantly fell in love with this neat little product and somehow thought about doing it for my university presentation. I gave my presentation to my Science Communication class this afternoon followed … Continue reading Sphero – breaking the boundaries between work and play