The Unum Thinkspace was designed and created by STEM School juniors during the Fall semester of 2015. It was created as a space to promote creativity in students when coding, creating multimedia projects and designing software. Students have access to a wide range of hardware, including 23 iMacs, video cameras and microphones, raspberry pies arduinos, green screens, and multiple robots(spheroes, ollies and Nao). Using software such as Xcode, Unity, Unreal Engine and Final Cut Pro, students create a variety of projects from videogames, podcasts and phone apps, supporting all of their classes from their freshman to their senior year.

We would like to thank Unum as a contributing partner in helping make this space a reality.

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Robotics Unit:

Video Game Showcase:

Coding Project

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