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  1. 1. Personal Project inspiration
  2. 2. Incredible Design Projects
  3. 3. Wearable Dwelling Providing shelter for displaced, homeless people Find out more The 'wearable dwelling' – a coat for refugees that turns into a tent Royal College of Art students have designed a multipurpose garment for refugees, made from the insulated material used by marathon runners
  4. 4. The EMPWR coat Warmth and a bed for homeless people Find out more The EMPWR coat is a water-resistant jacket, which can transform into a sleeping bag, or be worn as an over- the-shoulder bag when not in use. The coat is constructed of durable, water resistant Cordura fabric from Carhartt, upcycled automotive insulation from General Motors, and other materials provided by generous donors. It costs $100 to sponsor a coat, which covers the cost of labor, materials, and overhead expenses.
  5. 5. British to American Graphic Design images for translation Find out more Illustrated Infographic Shows 63 Differences Between American and British English
  6. 6. THE RIGHT CUP trick your brain - drink more water! Find out more The fruit flavored cup that tricks the brain into thinking your plain water is flavored.
  7. 7. AQUA-FARM Just keep swimming, just keep swimming Find out more A a self-cleaning fish tank that grows organic sprouts and herbs. In this low-maintenance, mini aquaponics ecosystem, the fish feed the plants and plants clean the water — no water changes required!
  8. 8. Water is Life Portable straw that filters any water Find out more The filter is a portable water purifier, which can be used in any water source to provide clean and safe drinking water.
  9. 9. Adidas Parley Running Shoe Shoes made from recycled ocean plastic Find out more Adidas are working with Parley to transform ocean plastic pollution into high performance sportswear.
  10. 10. MicroBit Beep beep beep beep beep Find out more A tiny free computer that gets kids coding. The website includes activities and teaching ideas!
  11. 11. Drinkable Book filters water and teaches proper sanitation & hygiene Find out more Each book is printed on technologically advanced filter paper, capable of killing deadly waterborne diseases. And each page is coated with silver nanoparticles, whose ions actively kill diseases like cholera, typhoid and E. coli. Once water is passed through the filter, bacteria count is reduced by over 99.99%, making the filtered water comparable to tap water in the United States of America. The paper costs only pennies to produce, making it by far the cheapest option on the market. Each filter is capable of giving someone up to 30 days worth of clean water. And each book is capable of providing someone with clean water for up to 4 years.
  12. 12. Post/Biotics A fun kit lab to crowd-source drug research Find out more A citizen-science platform and 'lab in a box' toolkit providing the equipment, knowledge and science network everybody needs to support researchers in new antibiotic development.
  13. 13. 3D Famous Offices Imagined office spaces Find out more Detailed 3D Floor Plans of Famous Offices from Beloved TV Shows. The real estate marketing company Drawbotics set themselves up for an epic TV marathon when they decided to create 3D floor plans of beloved television shows.
  14. 14. Arabic Illustrations A tool for learning Arabic Find out more Architect and graphic designer Mahmoud Tammam has translated his love of word manipulation into a delightful series celebrating language.
  15. 15. THe SMOG FREE PROJECT A tower that collects city smog Find out more The Smog Free Tower creates smog free air zones in the largest and most polluted cities around the world. The Smog Free tower allows people to breathe and experience what clean air in a city really means.
  16. 16. Edible Pouncer Drone delivers aid to victims of natural disasters & conflict Find out more The Pouncer drone, developed by former army logistics expert Nigel Gifford, has a three-metre-wide hull and wings that enclose vacuum- packed foods and medical supplies. Its wooden framework is made from sustainable sources, but within 12 months Gifford's company – Windhorse Aerospace – hopes to replace this structure with edible food components.
  17. 17. Furniture for Prisons Norwegian students design prison furniture Find out more An embracing chair designed to soothe anxiety and a lamp that anyone can be taught to manufacture are among items of furniture designed for prisons by students from Norway's University of Bergen.
  18. 18. FLAT PACK SHELTERS let’s start with the first set of slides Find out more The shelter was developed through a collaboration between the IKEA Foundation, the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) and the Better Shelter social enterprise. It can be built quickly from a flat-pack and gives families who lose their homes during conflicts and disasters a more dignified life.
  19. 19. Tiny Houses Living solutions for our increasingly gull world Find out more What are tiny houses? The tiny house movement? Tiny living? Simply put, it is a social movement where people are choosing to downsize the space they live in. The typical American home is around 2,600 square feet, whereas the typical small or tiny house is between 100 and 400 square feet. Tiny houses come in all shapes, sizes, and forms, but they enable simpler living in a smaller, more efficient space.
  20. 20. MRIs FOR CHILDREN let’s start with the first set of slides Find out more Redesigned MRI scanners to make them more child friendly!
  21. 21. Gunshot Sealer Sealing wounds within 15 seconds Find out more This pocket-size device uses tiny spongers to stop bleeding fasts. Allows you to seal injuries, like gunshot wounds, in 15 seconds!
  22. 22. London Underground Map shows Walking Time Between Stations Gets Londoners walking Find out more Transport for London has released another alternative version of the Tube map—and it’s actually really useful. The London transport manager has created a ‘Walk the Tube’ map, which shows how long it takes to totter between stations
  23. 23. Edible Cookie Cup Lavazza cookie cup for coffees Find out more Made with a cookie for the outside and a special patented sugar icing on the inside. Dual purpose – it creates an insulator for the cookie and add sweetness to the coffee!
  24. 24. Vertical Farming The farm that runs without sun, soil or water Find out more The world's largest, and possibly most sophisticated indoor farm -- where greens grow without sun, soil or water. Well, almost no water. AeroFarms, the company behind the venture, say they will use 95% less water than a conventional outdoor farm.
  25. 25. ROBOTIC SOMNAX PILLOW gently "breathes" to soothe users to sleep Find out more This soft robotic pillow combats sleepless nights by "breathing" in and out as users hold it close. The device is aimed at those struggling to fall asleep. By cuddling up to the pillow – which helps induce a slow, regular rhythm of breathing – users are soothed to sleep.
  26. 26. Space Cup An astronauts' cup that works in zero gravity Find out more A team of researchers at Portland State University has developed a coffee cup that gives astronauts in space an earth-like drinking experience by driving liquid towards the mouth.
  27. 27. Flat-Pack Greenhouse IKea does it again Find out more IKEA Releases DIY Instructions to Create Your Own Globe-Shaped Greenhouse
  28. 28. Repairing crumbling monuments with Lego Everything is AWESOME Find out more A German artist has spent the last three years travelling the world fixing crumbling walls and monuments using Lego.
  29. 29. Streets are paved with gold Walking on sunshine Find out more Contemporary artist Rachel Sussman is mending cracks in our urban environment with her series Sidewalk Kintsukuroi. Inspired by kintsugi—also known as kintsukuroi—the Japanese art of repairing broken pottery with gold, Sussman brings this philosophy to city pavements.
  30. 30. Mini Museum Table Top Find out more New ‘Mini Museum’ Lets You Display a Quirky Tabletop Gallery at Home! Bring home science, history and more!
  31. 31. Valentines Cards Pop up surprises Find out more 19th Century Valentines Are Surprising and Romantic Works of Art. The concept ‘for your eyes only’ inspired the design for these types of cards.
  32. 32. CONCRETE CANVAS Easy to build, cheap, permanent housing Find out more Quickly construct a building made of concrete canvas— a material that has all the elements of concrete, but is flexible enough to be turned into any shape. This technology allows people to erect permanent structures in a fraction of the time needed for traditional building techniques.
  33. 33. Braille Smartwatch Users Feel Messages on Screen Find out more World’s First Braille Smartwatch has Tactile Dots for Users to Feel Messages on Screen
  34. 34. The Great Brain Experiment An app to crowdsource data about how we think and act Find out more Neuroscientists at UCL have 'gamified' their research, creating a quirky, fun app which turns neuroscience experiments into games. Each time you play you'll be contributing data to a huge scientific experiment, taking part in research that could previously only be conducted on small groups of volunteers in the lab.
  35. 35. Eat. Plant. Love. Seed-bearing lollipop (sticks), made in the USA Find out more After you’ve eaten the lollipop, you can plant the lollipop seed! Water it every day and see what will grow.
  36. 36. Teenager Inventors!
  37. 37. FAST CHARGING BATTERY Eesha Khare - 18 years old Find out more Eesha Khare, 18-Year- Old, Invents Device That Charges Cell Phone Battery In Under 30 Seconds!
  38. 38. OCEAN CLEANUP ARRAY Boyan Slat - 19 years old Find out more 19-year-old Dutch engineering student Boyan Slat devises plan to rid the world’s oceans of 7.25 million tons of plastic. Dubbed the Ocean Cleanup Array, Boyan Slat’s concept involves anchoring 24 sifters to the ocean floor and letting the sea’s own currents direct the plastic bits into miles of booms, or connected chains of timbers used to catch floating
  39. 39. Algae Car Fumes Param Jaggi - 19 years Find out more Jaggi designed a device that uses algae to turn a car’s carbon dioxide emissions into oxygen. It plugs into the tailpipe and transforms gases through a jerry-rigged photosynthesis process. The cost: $30.
  40. 40. SIGN LANGUAGE GLOVES Ryan Patterson - Age 17 Find out more Ryan Patterson of Grand Junction, CO invented an easily transportable tool for translating sign language and communicating with the deaf when he was in high school
  41. 41. Mine Detector Marian Bechtel - Age 17 Find out more Bechtel invented a simple, inexpensive mine detector. It uses sound waves to help find mines.
  42. 42. TRANSITION HEADLINE Kelvin Doe - 16years Find out more Kelvin Doe’s neighborhood in Sierra Leone has power lines, but they seldom deliver electricity. So, the 16- year-old whiz kid built his own battery out of acid, soda, and metal parts scavenged from trash bins that he now uses to light up area homes and help him work on his own inventions.
  43. 43. SOCKS FOR ALZHEIMER'S PATIENTS Kenneth Shinozuka - Age 15 Find out more The native Californian made special socks with tiny sensors that go off when feet touch the floor, otherwise known as “Safe Wander.” An alert is then sent to the caregiver’s phone via the corresponding app. It’s so easy.
  44. 44. TURN PLASTIC TO BIOFUEL Azza Abdel Hamid Faiad - Age 16 Find out more Faiad has succeeded in converting plastic into fuel feedstocks — the bulk raw material for producing biofuel — by identifying a catalyst, calcium bentonite, for breaking down the plastic waste that is low in cost. When the waste is broken down, it produces gaseous products including methane, propane and ethane, which are then converted into ethanol for use as biofuel.
  45. 45. HELMET DECREASES CONCUSSIONS Ryan Beck - Age 13 Find out more Ryan Beck created a helmet that has the potential to decrease the impact of a helmet-to- helmet collision by around 55 percent.
  46. 46. CANCER DETECTION TOOL Jack Andraka - Age 15 Find out more Jack Andraka will likely be responsible for saving thousands of lives with his early pancreatic cancer detection tool, which he developed when he was 15. The reason pancreatic cancer has such a high mortality rate is because 85 percent of cases remain undiscovered until they’re in the late stages. The device is currently undergoing clinical trials, and Jack is currently awesome.
  47. 47. BANANA PEELS INTO PLASTICS Elif Bilgin - Age 16 Find out more Elif from Istanbul, Turkey, was 16 years old when she perfected her technique for turning banana peels into bioplastics. She was the 2013 winner of the 2013 $50,000 Science in Action award
  48. 48. Sreshto Pads Environmentally friendly sanitary pads Find out more With the local economy booming with the sanitary industry, she knew it was only a matter of time before landfills would become overwhelmed with these products, which contain plastics and harmful chemicals. So, Saliha created a safer, chemical-free option made entirely of plant materials that will degrade in just two year's time.
  49. 49. SOLAR POWER OVENS Raquel Redshirt - age 16 Find out more She discovered a way to make solar-powered ovens using the simple materials collected around the area. Working with old tires, aluminum foil, shredded paper, and dirt, she made these usually expensive ovens for the people in her community.
  50. 50. Keeping Farms Alive on a Budget Mphatso Simbao, Age 18 Find out more Mphatso investigated alternative ways of generating the supplies farmers need. He created a simple, portable production station that requires basic cooking materials like charcoal and local plant leaves from the ground. Based on his methods, Mphatso believes farmers can save hundreds of British Pounds in costs, saving ~50% on fertilizers and ~80% on pesticides to help them produce better, more abundant crops.
  51. 51. CONVERT BREATH INTO LETTERS Arsh Shah Dilbagi - Age 16 Find out more This 16-year-old from Panipat, India, invented a device that allows people who have trouble communicating verbally to convert their breath into letters. Ready to be further impressed? Arsh reports that it takes only tenths of a second to dictate certain letters, making it the fastest AAC device in the world. While AAC devices like the one used by Steven Hawking can cost thousands of dollars, TALK could be sold for under $100.
  52. 52. AIS Personal Projects
  53. 53. 100 Miles to Water Relay Race I created a 100 mile relay race to raise money for a water well in Swaziland, Africa as well as bring the entire Atlanta International School Community. Lily T Identities and Relationships
  54. 54. Breast Cancer Detection Event How can I help uninsured women get mammograms? I organized an event at Emory John's Creek Hospital for women who do not have health insurance to get free physical breast cancer exams as well as schedule a free mammogram, and provide them with free long term care if necessary. Sofia S Fairness and Development
  55. 55. Ruby Rhino Skyler L-S Globalization & Sustainability I created an online clothing line (www.shoprubyrhino.com) to promote anti rhino poaching, and bring awareness to the cause.
  56. 56. The creation of a fitness plan and diet and producing a website Myles A-M Over the summer I competed in qualifiers for the Jr.Olympics. While there my coach told me all the things that I need to improve on. The main thing being my diet; since at the time consisted of fried foods and sodas. I then Decided that, a new diet and the incorporation of a harder more vigorous workout would get me to where I need to be. Global Context: Identities and Relationships
  57. 57. Sneaker Cleaning Solution I created a premium sneaker cleaning solution brand that is affordable for purchase to underprivileged people of the Sneakerhead community. Eugenio M Globalization and Sustainability
  58. 58. Food Flip By Valentin S Global Context: Fairness & Development I created a networking software that local food banks and food sources such as restaurants, bakeries, and supermarkets can use to log excess food, and notify local food banks to collect the food, and feed the people in need. Thus reducing food waste, and the percentage of food insecure people in my local and global community by giving them high-quality food, that otherwise would have been thrown away.
  59. 59. NIX dresscode How can I start a clothing business to help the homeless? I used entrepreneurship to create a local clothing company that raises money to support the homeless community within Atlanta. Nicholas G Globalization and Sustainability
  60. 60. Global Context: Scientific and technical innovation By: Hugo L I created a guide to competitive distance running through nutrition and workouts for improving my own personal times as well as people trying to pick up competitive running as a sport. I created this guide through a website with many different sections to it such as best pre-race and pre-workout foods and drinks, workout plan, workout exercies, food elements, nutrition, the importance of a strong core, etc. Guide to Competitive Distance Running through Nutrition and Workouts
  61. 61. Ad Campaign on Child Poverty For my personal project, I created an ad campaign to raise awareness for and to educate people on the detrimental effect that poverty has on children medically. My project was meant to bring awareness to health issues that disproportionately affect underprivileged American children. Christian P Fairness & Development
  62. 62. The empowerment of Women through Visual Art How has Visual Art played a role in enhancing the beauty of the Woman body? I have created three pieces of art which, through research and analysation of infamous Women artists, depicted the characteristic features defining the beauty of the female body. Rachael S Personal & Cultural Expression
  63. 63. Human Trafficking Awareness campaign To create an advocacy campaign to inspire others to use their power and privilege to take action and make a change for those involved in human trafficking I created a campaign to educate teenagers and young adults about human trafficking and what they can do as members of society to prevent and stop human trafficking. Grace H Fairness and Development
  64. 64. Michener A My project was an investigation into how inspiration manifest itself in the ways I express myself and how my own creativity enhances the final product. Glass Blowing Global Context: Personal and cultural expression
  65. 65. Fitness for Teens www.fitness-for-teens.com Identities and Relationships To learn from a professional personal trainer and various other resources in order to better my understanding of physical health so that I can create a website in which other teenagers can learn how to live a healthier lifestyle. Oliver F
  66. 66. Islamic Art through Mathematics How are mathematics applied in Islamic Geometric Designs? I composed a series of art pieces that are heavily influenced by the islamic beliefs and art style. I created these pieces by discovering and researching the different aspects of mathematics that are used in the islamic art and applying them to the art created. Sofia E Personal & Cultural Expression
  67. 67. Personal and Cultural Expression I create a small book to document my process, strategies and tips about motocross to that motivates other girls to join motocross. Lili K Females in Motocross
  68. 68. Tada!Documentary I created a documentary about my grandmother, Eve Mannes. She is an artist and owned her own art galleries. The documentary follows her life and how she expresses herself through creativity. Sophie M Personal & Cultural Expression
  69. 69. Creating a video on three different cities that incorporates free verse poetry To create a video that spotlights three different cities around the world: where I live, my favorite place, and a new location. The video will highlight how these different societies and different locations, and how they affect me as an individual. I will express this through film and free verse poetry. Ariane I Personal and Cultural Expression
  70. 70. Inshallah Shalom (God Willing Peace) Campaign How can I make a campaign that shows the seldom spoken beauty of Islam from the POV of a Jew? A campaign that builds a bridges between Islam and Judaism, and also disproves the negative labels put on Islam by the media... all through ‘the eyes of a Jew.’ Natalie J Identities and Relationships Process Journal!
  71. 71. A Greyhound’s transition from the racetrack to adoption I created a video to show the impact human-decision making has on the life of Greyhounds. The short film also includes the adoption process of a local Greyhound adoption organization called Second Chance Greyhounds. Katie Rose K Globalization and Sustainability
  72. 72. An Environmental Evaluation of Bridges My project was to create an environmental evaluation of bridge types and famous bridges by detailing the environmental factors that a particular bridge may have and list the attributes that are negative or positive (pro’s and con’s). From that write a report on my findings. Max B Scientific and Technical Innovation https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stoney_Creek_Bridge
  73. 73. Hologram Presentation I made a Hologram model and presentation on a larger scale about what is in the hologram and how it works. Lucas B Scientific and Technical Innovation
  74. 74. Creating an Installation about Type 1 Diabetes I created an Installation representing the reality of diabetes. In addition to the installation, I created a short informational pamphlet about the basic facts of diabetes. Come check out my project to learn a bit about Diabetes! Perri D Personal and Cultural Expression
  75. 75. Scuba Diving "Create a product to help people to be responsible scuba divers, while improving my own scuba diving methods" - I made a “How to Dive Guide” and also gained multiple scuba diver certifications Rob L Scientific and Technical Innovation
  76. 76. Writing and Creating an Original Song I created an original song using piano and produced it with a software called Bandlab. My song is called “Living in America” and I wrote original lyrics about growing up in America. Tate F Personal and Cultural Expression
  77. 77. How does music affect you? I visited the Decatur Women's Shelter every Friday and taught music lessons to those who usually couldn’t afford it. Then I started more research on how music can affect you and created a book about this. Annie B Fairness and Development
  78. 78. Felix Weissenburger’s International Cookbook I researched multiple International dishes and cooked them in order to create a cookbook, that would include the recipe of each dish and a historical context of each dish. Felix W Personal and Cultural Expression
  79. 79. Dolphin Awareness Campaign I created a dolphin awareness campaign and presented it to the 5th grade german track at AIS. Lena N Globalization & Sustainability
  80. 80. Personal and Cultural Expression Communicating personal messages through music composition and production I learned how to use a music production software (Ableton Live) and composed and produced two pieces of music in order to communicate messages from personal experiences that I wanted to express or empathize with. Claudia B
  81. 81. SHAPES, THE PHOTOGRAPHY SERIES My photography series, “Shapes”, is set to uncover the beauty that lies within the human body by capturing its different shapes in their natural and unembellished way. An accompanying video depicts young people reflecting on what they believe societal views on body image are, as well as their own perspective on the controversial topic. MICHELLE G | IDENTITIES AND RELATIONSHIPS
  82. 82. Cake Art For my project, I decorated a variety of cakes using a wide range of skills and techniques in order to express myself. I also worked with a professional cake decorator. Juliette M Personal and Cultural Expression
  83. 83. Solar Panel Phone Charger I researched about solar power and how it is good for the environment. Then I design and created a solar panel phone charger to charge my iPhone 5c. Sophie C Scientific and Technical Innovation
  84. 84. A Children’s Book in Japanese For my personal project I create a children's book completely written in Japanese. This project has allowed for me to understand the world of linguistics and understand of vast differences between a latin based language ( for example English) and those of a character based language (such as Japanese. Writing my book has allowed for me to have unique opportunity of learning a language that I have always wanted to learn. Apart from learning the language I have also been able to express myself creatively through and colorful, engaging, and coherent book. Nadera H Personal and Cultural Expression
  85. 85. Figure Skating Program Tutorials How do I create a tutorial for a competition program so that the Audience can execute the moves correctly? I created a series of Tutorials on Youtube to teach a Freeskate two program that can be used in Competition. I wanted to get more people interested in the Competition environment, and in General to show how great the Sport is. Emilia K Identities and Relationships
  86. 86. Designing and Creating Jewelry My goal was to intensely research and learn one jewelry technique then design, develop and create 10 pieces of jewelry that reflect and explore my personal ideas, feelings nature culture and creativity to incorporate my global context. The collection included a mix of earrings, bracelets and necklaces. Natalie G Personal and Cultural Expression
  87. 87. Augmented Reality Solar System The goal of this project is to explore scientific and technological innovation through investigating augmented reality then creating an augmented reality app which will help students learn about the eight planets of the Solar System Farmin N Scientific and Technical Innovation
  88. 88. Repairing and Donating Laptops Research how to fix a broken or malfunctioning laptop and then acquire broken laptops which I will repair. After this I will research organizations to which I can donate my repaired laptops. Matthew M Scientific and Technical Innovation
  89. 89. Making goalie gloves more durable for lower income families I am making soccer goalie gloves more durable from football gloves to help lower income families play the sport for less. Drew L Scientific and technical innovation
  90. 90. Overcoming Struggles I Explored and Researched How people Overcome Struggles in Life and then Made a HowTo Video which was posted on Vimeo Daniela L Identities and Relationships
  91. 91. I investigated street art and how it impacts a community. With my findings, I made a slaptag and accompanying website. Amanda B Personal and Cultural Expression
  92. 92. Mentality of an Athlete I created a collection of a website and two videos to educate aspiring athletes on how to motivate themselves and control their nerves. Casey L Identities and relationships
  93. 93. Organic Living and Blog I researched natural living and organic alternatives such as herbalism and natural products, adapted this and incorporated it into my life. I then designed a blog to help spread this message in hopes of inspiring others to do the same and have less of an impact on the planet. Adriana Z Personal and Cultural Expression
  94. 94. Statistics in the NFL Create a magazine-styled guide which demonstrates my understanding of NFL statistics, and the impact of these statistics on fantasy football. Josh-P Scientific and Technical Innovation
  95. 95. Photography Series of Holocaust Survivors Using portrait photography skills, I created a photography series of Holocaust survivors. The series combines a serious and smiling photo of each survivor to show the journey they went on to move forward from their experiences. The series is accompanied by an audio of the survivors’ stories. Maya S Orientation in Space and Time
  96. 96. I wrote a 90 page, feature-length script that discusses three social issues - racism, sexism and homophobia Sarah E Orientation in Space and Time Writing a Screenplay
  97. 97. Repairing the Reptile Habitat I created a new habitat for the science department’s Ball Python, Darwin. I researched and analyzed existing habitats and modified their designs to make a cheaper more effective model. Pablo F Scientific and Technical innovation
  98. 98. Teaching Improv to Residents at an Assisted Living Home My Personal Project was to plan and teach shortform improv workshops to residents at an assisted living facility, studying how improv affected mental/emotional health, memory, and social relationships within the community. I taught a total of four workshops of around 45 minutes to an hour each, and there were a couple ladies that got frustrated, but there were also some normally nonverbal residents that actually participated and acted! https://vimeo.com/208145063 (preview of my video :) ) Julia C Identities and Relationships
  99. 99. Bullying Mural Creating a mural exploring bullying in high-schools. Jee Jee R Personal and Cultural Expression
  100. 100. Designing a Domestic-Violence Shelter “The goal of my project is to design and create a model of a domestic violence shelter for women and children. I used modern architecture as my inspiration for the design.” Corinn V Fairness and Development
  101. 101. Using Phytoplankton in Urban Areas to Reduce Anthropogenic Carbon Dioxide Yannie T Scientific and Technical Innovation I have produced a semi- permeable and waterproof packet that allows phytoplankton to thrive in urban areas, while simultaneously absorbing carbon dioxide emissions. This is to reduce the carbon dioxide greenhouse gas impact in terms of global warming.
  102. 102. Will Virtual Reality change our future? I created a presentation and a Ted talk talking about the good and bad sides of VR and how it will change our future. It helps people get more familiar with VR since it will be future. Alexander G Scientific and Technical Innovation Hushen, Tom. “Oculus Rift vs. Project Morpheus: Comparing the Hot VR Headsets.”Wearables.com, 12 Aug. 2015, www.wearables.com/wp- content/uploads/2015/08/Motion-Controls-Like-PS-Move-Can-Take-Off-via-Project-Morpheus- Sony-Believes-455788-2.jpg. Accessed 19 Mar. 2017.
  103. 103. Creating an Extended playlist I created 2 pieces of instrumental music using Musescore and Logic Pro X, two softwares I’ve never used before Ruy T Scientific and Technical Innovation
  104. 104. Sign Language app I learned american sign language and coded an app for high scholars to learn ASL. The app has a learning and quiz features for the students to use. Sabina Y Personal and cultural expression
  105. 105. Upcycling a Storage Trailer I upcycled a storage trailer into a liveable space complete with a table and bed. Noah J Globalization and Sustainability
  106. 106. Applying Scientific and Technical Innovation of Solar Energy to Household Systems Following the global context Scientific and Technical Innovation, to build working model of the water heater and power supply for the household, based on solar energy. Using such systems in everyday life will help people to solve several world’s problems, such as polluting the atmosphere, greenhouse effect, ozone holes and global warming. My model promotes the using of clean and affordable energy and renewable sources in everyday life. Alexander T Scientific and Technical Innovation
  107. 107. Developing a Haptic Glove Francisco P-H I have used an Arduino to create a glove that can provide haptic feedback to a user, making it suitable for interactions in virtual reality. Scientific and Technical Innovation
  108. 108. Music Composition and Scoring of Film How does music affect an audience’s interpretation of a film? I created a short film in which I wrote three contrasting orchestral scores for, to allow the audience to write a story for each version of the film based off of their own interpretations (changed through music). Grant B Personal and Cultural Expression
  109. 109. Creating Chocolate Recipes I created 5 truffle recipes based off of 5 different countries which I have a personal connection with. Emma N-C Personal and Cultural Expression
  110. 110. Memory: An Animated Short Film I animated a short film including original character designs, concept art, story, background paintings, etc. Astère R Personal and Cultural Expression
  111. 111. Makeup Artistry & Design I interviewed two of the most influential people in my life and designed and applied makeup looks that reflected their feelings, cultures, and characters. Stella S Personal and Cultural Expression
  112. 112. Learning How to Speak Lao I wrote a children’s book in Lao in order to show that I have learned this language. In the process, I learned more about my culture and religion. I wanted to bring awareness to Laos also because it is an unfamiliar country to many. Nile Z Personal and Cultural Expression
  113. 113. Global Context: Personal and Cultural Expression INDIA 2016 I filmed and edited a video visually comparing and contrasting two different lifestyles (poor vs privileged) in a developing country (India) PERSONAL AND CULTURAL EXPRESSION Kira I
  114. 114. To create and deliver lessons to English Language Learners I became certified in teaching English as a foreign language and created lesson plans which would develop non-English speakers ability to speak English as a second language, giving them the opportunity to make a stronger connection with those in their community. Megan G Personal & Cultural Expression
  115. 115. Exploring the Sacred Mysteries and Secrets of Chinese Medicine Through a Buddhist Cultural Perspective For my personal project, I created a painting, inspired by the Tibetan Thangka, to represent Chinese medicine through a buddhist cultural view. The painting displays important symbols such as the medicine buddha, yin-yang, and acupuncture, to show some of the Traditional Chinese medicinal theories and buddhist beliefs. Moreover, the painting also incorporates a series of photographs of a powerful Chinese herbalist and his unbelievable treatment methods. Along with the painting, I wrote a small booklet that describes the context behind the painting along with other stories and evidence to support the Eastern medicinal theories. Lila A Personal and Cultural Expression
  116. 116. Hats for Humanity Goal: My personal project goal is to investigate the importance of certain hats in different cultures and their roles in personal and cultural exploration. Global Context: Personal and Cultural Expression Camille W
  117. 117. CUBA, THE FILM After learning how to film and edit using professional editing software, I produced a documentary about Cuba that was based around relations with Cuba and the US. Katerina S Personal and Cultural Expression
  118. 118. Influence I created a clothing brand which produced funds that went and are going towards teens in need of rehab, homes, and help out of severe drug abuse. Manasa R Personal and Cultural Expression
  119. 119. Informative Adoption Blog I researched multiple styles of Adoption, and from my research I decided to create a blog dedicated to helping adoptive parents, or future-to-be adoptive parents be able to seek any guidance and questions. My research is mainly focused in Southeast Asia. Phadon S Identites and Relationships
  120. 120. Music video about domestic violence Personal and Cultural Expression Travis H A music video which explores issues around domestic violence. I analyzed and researched the art and craft of music video making in order to create a music video to one of my songs "No Matter" that explores the issue of domestic violence in an artistic way.
  121. 121. Throwing a Concert For my Personal Project, I threw a concert that featured five bands, all made up of high- school or college aged students. This took place after months of research with experts in the concert industry. Cori D Personal and Cultural Expression
  122. 122. How Does the Brain work? A Presentation on Brain Health In my Personal Project, I created a presentation explaining and clarifying misconceptions on brain health and provided information on brain health. Erim G Scientific and Technical Innovation
  123. 123. Wisdom Warriors: An Educational Video Game My Personal Project, Wisdom Warriors, is an educational video game for 1st Grade Students, which teaches material in all 4 Common Core subjects: Math, Language Arts, Science and Social Studies. The game is playable in both english and spanish. James W Fairness and Development
  124. 124. Learning How to Read Hieroglyphs I learned how to read common Hieroglyphs. I made a beginners guide to teach and help others how to understand the basic of Hieroglyphic writing Sebastián M Personal and Cultural Expression
  125. 125. Travel Guide of Paris For my personal project, I researched into the culture of Paris in order to create a travel guide for others to use in their own discoveries of Paris. Caroline M Personal and Cultural Expression
  126. 126. Phobionic I made a vr app that helps people overcome their phobia through immersive therapy. Immersive therapy is when you are put in a setting with your greatest fear to eventually become numb to it. Raymond W Scientific and Technological Innovation
  127. 127. How has medicine evolved over its long existence? I created a book that discusses to of the oldest forms of medicine, Greek and Egyptian. During this process I learned about the similarities between modern and ancient medicine. Ben L Scientific and Technical Innovation Excerpt from Book
  128. 128. Pioneers in Aviation I explored into the pioneers of aviation and what they contributed to aviation to make it what it is today. I used what I learned and made video about these pioneers. I also worked on gaining flight hours so that I could eventually solo when I turn 16. Mohamed S Orientation in Space and Time
  129. 129. Uwem W Making an Educational Fitness Website Fairness and Development My personal project is an educational website to help young runners to run and train for the 400m. The website was coded using a combination of javascript, css, and html.
  130. 130. Retro-Gaming System using Raspberry Pi My research was around the multifunctional chip called Raspberry Pi. I chose to create a retro- console with the Retropie program on the Raspberry Pi’s third model. Pedro G Scientific and Technical Innovation
  131. 131. Robbie G-S Basketball Fitness Plan In my project, I made a fitness plan for a basketball player, to improve speed, strength, and ability to jump. Identities + Relationships
  132. 132. Building a cognitive robot Justin C Scientific and Technical Innovation The goal of this personal project is to research cognitive robotics. Based on this research, design and manufacture a robot that is able to interact with the real world, facilitate workforce communication and serve in customer relations.

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