I think it is safe to say that computers have changed our adult lives entirely. Our day-to-day jobs revolve around staring at a computer desktop from 8-5 and our social lives rely on dragging and dropping various activities into our digital calendars. But in this new age, how do our children experience computers?
This week, Here East has once again dug us out some more of London’s great talent to share with you. This man has spent twenty years creating ground-breaking technology that will help children learn the basic of programming through the use of a throwable computer – Hackaball!
Sound interesting and want to know more? This week we present to you…
#MakerMonday with Seb Potter
If it wasn’t for dropping out of university and working for a video game publisher, Seb may have not found himself in the same place he is in now. Since then he has worked in numerous jobs and as of late helped created the ‘Hackaball’ invention, which was the product of a summer intern project which aimed to show how technologies influence people’s lives.
Here East sat down with Seb Potter to find out a bit more about his ideas behind Hackaball. Click here to read the full interview!