Critical Making Lab at Richmond Hill Public Library

October 24, 2014Gabby Resch3dprinting0

Critical Making Lab members Dan Soutwick and Gabby Resch demonstrated a workshop concept using lego bricks to foster greater understanding of 3D design processes at Richmond Hill Public Library in October. This is the second time they’ve been invited to RHPL to talk about 3D printing. The methods they’ve been experimenting with will inform a year-long research project they are undertaking with other members of the Semaphore research cluster. Expect to see frequent updates about library and museum-based events coordinated by the group throughout 2015.

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About Gabby Resch

Gabby Resch is a PhD student at the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Information. He conducts research in the area of multisensory HCI in museums. Part MacGyver, part John Bender, he can often be found eating hummus and listening to speed metal, or stripping old 3D printers for parts.

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