Our 11th grade student, Joanne Salloum, earned first place in the “Intel Make Tomorrow” competition, whose goal was to create an object that would solve an everyday problem. She created a “Memor,” an electronic device using leds and sensors in order to let people know when they have forgotten something. By using the digital programming language “Arduino,”
Memor illuminates the lightbulb of the corresponding object as a reminder. This language is the basis for the programming of drones and many of the electronic devices used in today´s world. We are proud of this by-product of our Maker Space Lab, inaugurated only last October.