In the coming academic year for students training classes for engineering will use 3D printers. In minprome believe that this will enable adolescents to learn new technologies, without which it is impossible to imagine the future.
Already this year, students at the completion of the annual project will be required to submit a working model of «smart» gadget, printed on a 3D printer. To work on the project the students will need knowledge in design, engineering, programming and electronics. Teenagers need the ability to work in a team as alone with such a voluminous task requiring knowledge in several fields, to deal hard.
In minprome hope that Israeli students during their studies will be able to create «smart glasses» that can bring on the mini-display the weather forecast or information about nearby attractions; «the helmet» through which people with disabilities can the power of thought to control a wheelchair; or «clever clogs», which will alert its owner that they’ve worn out.
The Ministry of education has allocated to this project at about 10 million shekels.