Jenna Fizel is Programmer and Designer at a design company in Cambridge. She graduated from MIT’s Department of Architecture with a BSAD in 2007 and previously worked at KPF NY as a computational geometry designer. She’s also know for her co-invention of the 3D printed bikini. In her spare time Jenna enjoys exploring folded forms and creating small DIY projects. Check out her work at http://www.trianglesandcurves.com.
The class will cover the basics of digital fabrication: in other words, how to go from an idea you can code to a physical object. We’ll also briefly cover different digital manufacturing processes (3D printing, laser cutting, CNC, vinyl cutting) and then do a customizable project that shows some of the constraints of one of those technologies. Open to people 17+. Some programming experience encouraged but not required.