The team at 3DPrinterOS had blast at this mornings Coder Dojo which is a volunteer organization providing open access for exploring, developing and teaching web, game and app development skills to youth ages 7 to 17.[caption id="attachment_1270" align="aligncenter" width="800"]
Aaron Roy from 3DPrinterOS talks to the next generation of makers about the basics of 3D printing.[/caption]The event was hosted at ThoughtWorks in Manhattan and kids of all ages came out to learn about all kinds of technologies from gaming to 3D printing.[caption id="attachment_1267" align="aligncenter" width="800"]
Seeing a 3D printer in action for the first time is always a magical experience whether your 5 or 55 years old.[/caption]From Legos to Raspberry Pi's, Coder Dojo had it all. Even littleBits showed up to give demonstrations on how to use their awesome DIY electronics kits to build just about anything![caption id="attachment_1272" align="aligncenter" width="800"]
Aaron Roy answering questions about 3D printing and what can be made. Creepers from the popular game Minecraft were today's favorite![/caption]This was one of the best maker parities we've been to in a long time! Many thanks to ThoughtWorks for hosting and to the team at Coder Dojo for this great event. We can't wait for the next one![caption id="attachment_1268" align="aligncenter" width="800"]
It's like magic the first time you see it and you can't take your eyes away from the 3D printer![/caption]Happy Printing!