3D printers are now available in many schools and libraries. How can 3D prints be used to explain math and science concepts in novel ways? Come to our talk to see examples from geometry, probability, and more.
Joan Horvath is a co-founder of Nonscriptum LLC, a maker tech training company. She is also the co-author of 7 books about maker technologies. She is a rocket scientist by original training with degrees from MIT and UCLA.
Rich Cameron is a co-founder of Nonscriptum LLC, a maker tech training company, and has collaborated on seven books on maker topics for Apress. He is a well-known 3D printer designer, notably of the RepRap Wallace and Bukito.