Mapping Found Sounds: A day in the life at UVM

On October 20 a day in the life of UVM was documented moment by moment. Our project Mapping Found Sounds made the cut! The project engages engineering and computer science students at UVM in the creation of app that builds from a workshop we held last spring at the Fleming Museum.

2:56 p.m. Fab Lab, Votey Hall

Fab Lab

“This? Yes, I made this,” says engineering student Emily Bolt ’17. “It’s a ring that could measure vibration.” Bolt is a student manager of UVM’s Fab Lab and happy to demonstrate the lab’s MakerBot replicators, laser cutters, and 3D printers. As for the ring — made here in collaboration with some computer science students — she points to the dangling wires. “Yeah,” she says, “we still have a ways to go.”

For more on the Day in the Life at UVM story click here

More about the original Mapping Found Sounds Workshop 


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