Digital Open Winners: A teen-made robotics kit store, by Brennon Williams

Institute for the Future teamed up with Sun Microsystems and Boing Boing to create the Digital Open, an online tech expo for global youth. In this video, you’ll meet a winning teen: Brennon Williams, who created an online robotics kit store to offer affordable kits to beginners.

BW Science Labs:
http://digitalopen.org/projects/bw-science-labs-store

The Digital Open is a project of Institute for the Future, in partnership with Sun Microsystems and Boing Boing. The competition welcomed entries in 8 categories: Open Code, Community, Discovery, Earth, Entrepreneurs, Gear, Media, and Play. more online: http://www.digitalopen.org http://www. iftf.org http://www. sun.com Thanks to Mathias Crawford, David Harris, Marina Gorbis, David Pescovitz, Jean Hagan, and the IFTF team. Special thanks to Sun Microsystems and to all of the judges, stewards, institutional partners, and participating youth entrants and their families.

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