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Build-It-Yourself Camera [Product]
posted October 29 2013 12:56.08 by spic0m




Shree Nayar, a Columbia University computer scientist, saw huge potential for kids to express themselves while learning valuable skills.
Nayar's project, called Bigshot, is a point-and-shoot digital camera that comes un-assembled in a kit. Kids follow the directions to put the pieces together, all the while learning the engineering and science concepts that make the camera work.


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