MyStemKits’ Golden State Splash at the California STEAM Symposium
On Sunday December 10th and Monday December 11th, the Moscone West Center in San Francisco played host to the California STEAM Symposium. Formerly known as the STEM Symposium, the STEAM Symposium was held for the first time and amongst it’s diverse group of displays was MyStemKits.
Incorporated with Autodesk Tinkercad, the Bay Area themed display featured a life size model of the Golden Gate Bridge being traveled across by toy automobiles as 3D printed boats sailed below the bridge.
A guest interacting with the Boats Kit.
The STEAM Symposium hosted over 3000 educators. Designed to motivate collaborative interactions as well as inspirational exchanges, the event allowed guests to interact with engaging makerspaces, be exposed to creative student showcases, and be introduced to the latest education technology and classroom resources.
The MyStemkits/Autodesk display featured a variety of kits. Beneath the bridge the Boats Kit was featured. Guests who visited the display were able to interact with the kit by using a wind source to guide and race the boats along the water trails they rested in. Along with the Boats Kit, also on display were the Rockets Kit, the Wind Farm Kit, the Gliders Kit, the Composing Polyhedrons Kit and many others.
With a consistent flow of guess and admires, MyStemKits made a big splash in San Francisco displaying their marvelous variety of 3D printed educational tools. MyStemKits’ appearance at the California STEAM Symposium allowed MyStemKits to expose its wide variety of 3D printed manipulatives to another world of educators. Keep your eyes on MyStemKits, their drive to extend STEAM concepts to everyone will definitely pushing the company beyond its goals.