The Map of Computer Science is a YouTube animation that presents a survey of computer science—from the work of Alan Turing to augmented reality. In the short animated video, a YouTube educator, who is also a physicist and science writer, defines the computer according to its basic binary function of “just flipping zeros and ones.” He begins his condensed history of computer science with tragic genius Alan Turing of Turing Test and Bletchley Park code-breaking fame. A poster of the Map of Computer Science is available for $12.90.
Founded by two MIT scientists, Brainy Yak Labs encourages young girls to realize that math, science, and engineering can be fun and creative. The lab’s first product is called Jubilite. Described as a “dance party lamp kit,” Jubilite gives youth the opportunity to build, wire, and decorate a lamp.
Metaverse – AR Browser by GoMeta makes it easy for anyone to create computer vision, artificial intelligence, and virtual reality experiences without needing to write complex code. Using Metaverse Studio, teachers can create engaging games and interactive quizzes to digitally enhance their curriculum.
The 3DC.ioapp by 3D Creationist OÜ lets users easily create 3D models. Students can build, share, and even 3D-print their designs. 3DC uses basic shapes (cube, sphere, cylinder, cone) to create any 3D model.