Design Lab Audio Intern Holli Konrad reflects on what she's learned through her work at the Lab.
Posts on April 2019
I attended a workshop put on by the Wolverinesoft student development club on programming your own graphics for video games on February 14th. That’s right, Valentines Day. It could not be a more appropriate date because it was a lovely workshop put on by David Degazio; a passionate, intelligent and gregarious student leader in Wolverinesoft.
A few weeks ago I attended one of the Community Nights we have in the Shapiro Design Lab each week. At each event, a Design Lab staff member workshops an activity for the rest of the lab. In the past, these presentations have included everything from citizen science to meditation. On this particular night, Jeff had all of us work together to build Nintendo LABO toys.
For the past two years, I have been a member of a design team called Michigan Neuroprosthetics. We design and 3D print prosthetics for pediatric patients. The team has been around for three years. We base ourselves out of the Shapiro Design Lab.
Design Lab Audio Intern discusses the software program Vocaloid and how she uses it.
Anna Ercoli Schnitzer, Disability Issue and Outreach Librarian at the Taubman Health Sciences Library speaks on the importance of kindness to others in order to reach a deeper level of understanding as individuals.
A guide to to help you make sure that large flat surfaces print correctly.
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