Goshen, Ind. Firefighting robots, self-driving cars, a 3-D scanner were just some of the gadgets shown at Goshen College’s bi-annual electronics show.
Students have been working in teams on 10 projects to bring local applications to the latest technology.
“Technology is in our lives day to day, everywhere, and it is just more and more, surrounding everything that we do,” says Maria Jantz, a junior at Goshen College. “It was really fun to be able to experience this where we started with nothing and ended up with this project that moves by itself where we tell it to, when we tell it to— and that's a thrill I would want everyone to experience.”
The 28 students who participated are all part of Goshen College’s electronics-robotics course.