In this year’s MyMachine Belgium edition, the Work-In-Progress event was a double event: one in the city of Hasselt (at PXL University of Applied Sciences) and one in the city of Kortrijk (at HOWEST University of Applied Sciences) (located 200km from each other).
The event delivers the Primary School children their last opportunity to give feedback on the concept for their dream machine. After this, the Technical Secondary School students start building the real working prototypes.
Here’s a beautiful video about both events, that included all participating students (primary, secondary and higher education) as well as teachers, professors and business people: (The documentary is in Dutch, but even if you don’t understand Dutch, it’s worth to take a look and experience the excitement in the eyes of all people involved)
Thank you MyMachine Flanders & Brussels for making this happen!