School Spotlight: Imagination is the limit for printable programming students

The course was designed by Krishnan Suresh, a mechanical engineering professor at UW-Madison, as a fun and tangible way to teach visual thinking, creative problem solving, programming and 3-D printing to students. The objective is to model real-world objects like airplanes, architectural models, teddy bears, Lego parts and musical instruments. Ultimately, students can print their models using a 3-D printer.

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