VCSP Technology Fair

With top-notch projects and experts, the VCSP Technology Fair was held for the second time in a row. The objective of this event was to share with our students and students from various schools, technological projects worked in our country and in our schools with the University of Berkeley, number one in technology in the world.

Some of the exhibitors who accompanied us were the members of the Forbes "30 under 30" list, Jeff Sorensen, director of social innovation at the University of Michigan and founder of the Optimize Social Challenge, "It would be great if we could create a space in the education so that young people can change what they think is important. And let them think about the questions: if you'd change anything in the world, what would you change?, said Jeff Sorensen. We were also joined by Francisco Peralta, creator of Enable Tech, a foundation that creates solutions for people with disabilities.

On the other hand, our students presented their technological projects to the attendees in the MakerSpace, where they elaborate these projects with top-notch tools. 3D prints, NovaVission (blind glove), 3D pen, among other technological innovations were presented.
In addition, presentations in stands, the career of drones with obstacles, 3D printers, virtual reality, among other attractions of the fair allowed attendees to learn in a didactic way about technology a little more.

Our fair encouraged young people to adapt to the challenges of the digital world, bringing together talents for development and technological evolution in our country.



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