17 Dec201817th December 2018
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MyMachine Slovakia Work-In-Progress event 2018-2019

MyMachine Slovakia Work-In-Progress event 2018-2019

Last Friday, MyMachine Slovakia hosted their 2018-2019 Work-In-Progress event. It’s the fine moment in the MyMachine methodology where Step 2 is almost finished. The inventor-children have been working with the university students to translate their idea into a concept. At this Work-In-Progress event the inventor-children get the opportunity to discover a small-scale model of their...

06 Nov201812th November 2018
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MyMachine Norway Work-In-Progress Event

MyMachine Norway Work-In-Progress Event

What a day! What a party! All the elementary school classes that are involved in MyMachine Norway this year, have visited the university! This Work-In-Progress event is the moment where the elementary school inventors can test out early mock ups of the dream machines. Engineering students received a lot of useful feedback to improve the...

22 Dec201619th May 2017
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MyMachine Belgium Work-In-Progress 2016

MyMachine Belgium Work-In-Progress 2016

What happens if you bring in 450 child-inventors into one room at HOWEST University of Applied Sciences in Kortrijk? The answer is: they become loud and enthusiastic feedback machines to the university students that are designing their inventions. Each year again, it’s so wonderful to see the university students getting hands-on honest feedback from the...

16 Dec201517th March 2017
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MyMachine Belgium (Flanders) Work-In-Progress

MyMachine Belgium (Flanders) Work-In-Progress

Yesterday was a great day for MyMachine Belgium. Hundreds of children visited the “inventor-school” (Howest University of Applied Sciences – Industrial Design Center) to assess the works of the product and game design students. At this Work-In-Progress event all children inventors give honest feedback about the elaboration of the concepts of their dream machine. This...

12 Dec201420th November 2018
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Just 4 more nights and it’s…..showtime for MyMachine Belgium, Flanders

Tuesday 16 december Howest University of Applied Sciences is hosting the MyMachine Work-In-Progress again. 400 children will visit the Howest Industrial Product Design Students to discuss the progress they made, developing a product concept out of the drawings of their dream machines. The Howest students are working hard to finish the last preparations.