Come join us for a fun and illuminating workshop of light art with polarisation to celebrate the UN International Day of Light (IDL). IDL is an annual event to educate and promote the area of optics and photonics.
This workshop will kick off with a short presentation on polarisation and why it’s important and afterwards there will be a hands-on demonstration that will combine optics (light) and the use of fabrication techniques. Each participant will assemble a laser cut holder with 3D printed parts and then will design their own polarisation artwork. Each kit can be taken home.
Workshop lead by Laura Tobin and Jeffrey Roe.
*** You must be 18 years of age or older to take part in this workshop. Please do not book places for children ***
Date: Saturday 29th June 14:00
Cost: Free but booking required with the link below.
This workshop is kindly supported by SPIE, the international society for optics and photonics.
The workshop content is derived from the phablabs project.