Since the workshop only lasts for 3 hours, we'll already have completed the time-consuming first step of 3D printing each moon (we'll show you how we got there, of course), and we'll get straight to assembling our electronic circuit that will illuminate the inside of our moons. We'll place the glowing orbs on a laser-cut wooden stand, and our moons will light up in the evening dusk thanks to an in-built light sensor.
The moon light is yours to keep after the workshop is concluded.
Skills required: none
Number of participants: 8
Goal: making a moon-shaped light
Activities: soldering, assembling, laser cutting
Material: 3D filaments, wood, electronic circuit
Tools: 3D printer, laser cutter, soldering iron
Mentors: Tomo Per, Staš Vrenko