Kickstarter Project Teaches Aerodynamics with Wings

Nov 28, 2012

HAVE WINGS, WILL DO SCIENCE: At Maker Faire 2012, one of the real gee-whiz demonstrations was a cool set of wings developed by nonprofit, Gamedesk that kids could strap on and, with a little help from some Dyson fans, genuinely get a feel for aerodynamic forces. Now fueled by a Kickstarter campaign, Gamedesk and Bill Nye want to take their game to new platforms (like the iPad). Check out here how you can support this exhilarating science experiment!

Kickstarter Project Teaches Aerodynamics with Wings

Nov 28, 2012

HAVE WINGS, WILL DO SCIENCE: At Maker Faire 2012, one of the real gee-whiz demonstrations was a cool set of wings developed by nonprofit, Gamedesk that kids could strap on and, with a little help from some Dyson fans, genuinely get a feel for aerodynamic forces. Now fueled by a Kickstarter campaign, Gamedesk and Bill Nye want to take their game to new platforms (like the iPad). Check out here how you can support this exhilarating science experiment!

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