Kalani High School students create a variety of low, medium, and high-tech DIY projects that are: 1) cool 2) cheap to make 3) fulfilling a student’s need to create something with his/her own hands and mind. They will be demonstrating interactive sensors that respond to environmental stimuli that connect to physical actuators that do something (turn on, turn off, turn and spin, create a sound, etc.)
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