Andrew is an interesting visitor. He typically has a plan for exactly what he wants to do or make at the Museum. The really fascinating thing is that his projects typically span the course of several visits to the Museum. He brings his projects back to improve them or build newer versions. He has a real knack for prototyping.
This particular project was a Plasma Beam Shield. He worked on it one day and took it home. He brought it back during his next visit because he wanted to change his design. He wanted to reinforce the handles and arm straps. His dedication towards projects is outstanding. I’m glad that MAKESHOP provides a space for kids like him to invent and create.