We are delighted that Mashpee High School’s Technology Department will be joining us at the Cape Cod Mini Maker Faire. Led by Sal Nocella, Mike Looney, and Kevin Blute, Mashpee High School has made a name for itself as a leader in technology education here on the Cape, with students working on complex projects using professional-grade software and equipment.
Sal says, “Students from the Technology Center of Excellence at Mashpee High School will be exhibiting projects from 3D Animation, Drafting Communication, Computer Game Design and Applied Technology classes. There will be many unique 3D printed models on display at the event that were created using Creo Parametric 2.0 CAD and Maya software. Examples of 3D visualizations and games created using Unity Game Development software will be demonstrated. There will be numerous woodworking projects on display that were designed using Aspire software and created on our CNC ShopBot.”
It is truly inspiring to see what innovative faculty and engaged students can accomplish together! To learn more about this amazing program, visit http://www.mashpeetech.com/ You can also click here for a nice write-up that appeared recently in the Cape Cod Times.