Just like last week in the city of Hasselt, MyMachine Flanders & Brussels (Belgium) has organised a second work-in-progress event, this time in Kortrijk. More then 200 students from primary and secondary and higher education came together to experiment, learn from each other and to inspire each other.
The higher education students from Howest University presented their small-scale mockups. The primary school students could give final feedback on the concepts and the secondary school students started discussing the production approach.
At the same time MyMachine offered the teachers a crash-course in creativity by the Howest University Research Group Innowiz.
Next week, technical secondary school students start building the real working prototypes that will be on display at the MyMachine Flanders & Brussels 2019 Exhibition on June 25th in Brussels.