For students interested in studying Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) here is a cool video showing the technology used while filming “Alita: Battle Angel” which happens to be one of my favorite movies (see my review) ever! 🙂 Geek On!
OK, I save almost everything techy: Computers, printers, electronic test equipment (stay tuned for an upcoming “Archaeological Dig”), Videoconferencing stuff, CD’s, telephones, well……the list goes on and on and on and on……I got a lot of stuff in that garage. The problem is, I pack the stuff away […]
Checking out some technology news, I found this video and short explanation of the work NASA is doing in the area of autonomous robotics on the Space Station and beyond. Very cool! 🙂 Here is a quick explanation of AstroBee copied from this NASA article:
Back in the day, when videoconferencing (think video chat in 2019) was new and exciting, my colleague, Renee, and I were working at Lawrence Livermore National Lab advancing that technology and, as part of an LLNL community outreach program, visiting Elementary and Middle Schools in area to show […]
Running high speed (Cat 5, 5e, 6, etc) cable to connect your electronic devices is a dying art thanks to WiFi. But, you may need to make a patch cable at some point in your life. If so, this blog is here to help. 🙂
Saw this new Lego Education STEM related product for Grades 6 thru 8 from coming in August 2019. Check out this video:
I have been pondering the use of STEM = Science, Technology, Engineering, Math vs STEAM = Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math for sometime. One day last week, I was cruising Facebook (a less often occurrence lately) and read some comments on a article related to STEM / STEAM. […]