Minds and Hands at Work


Oh what is making ya that’s a dangerous question good question everybody inherently is some form of a maker it’s more like onomatopoeic almost like making it for me it’s like the sort of thing that I did when I was four years old and I can see myself doing like 50 years down the line it comes so naturally and there’s so much possibility and so much continuous learning I love that I’ve been able to find a place where I can have this kind of side of me that loves solving logical puzzles but also I have a very deep appreciation for art and culture and music making as well everyone is new at some point and there’s no judgment in that and everybody is always extremely helpful anybody can take a room and throw machines in it and then expect people to come and build stuff right so the community was something that we’ve been missing for a while the mat is meant to be the big community space for all of the IP and anybody at MIT and any of the alumni can be part of that community you get people mixing together you end up with fantastic and amazing solutionn so the mat in total the entirety of the building game design hub and then the makerspace where all these people can come together that’s going to be a hugely powerful thing making at MIT really means getting your hands on two new tools and materials that can help your future career and it’s being able to learn from other students making to me means being able to take my ideas as a visual thinker and transform them into tangible and useful products that are beautiful as well it means I have created something with my own hands making means that I can make a change in this world [Music] [Applause] you [Music] you

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