Digital Tooling (DigiTool) provides a platform for any CMU student to learn Digital Fabrication processes; all of which are very hands-on.
Like these processes, this class is also very hands-on. It is very important that you actively participate in course projects: we learn best by doing. And to demonstrate what we learn, we will be using project portfolios.
These project portfolios will document your process and product development. You may choose to share your project either publicly or privately with the digiTOOL instructor. For questions about digiTOOL or how to share your class projects, please visit https://courses.ideate.cmu.edu/62-478.
Learn more at the course site: https://courses.ideate.cmu.edu/62-478
This pool is for students in digiTOOL mini (A3), spring 2018. For this design challenge, students must solve a problem by making a holder of their own design.