When O’Malley looks to the future of 3D technologies and art, she hopes for improvement from both the artistic side as well as the technical side, because while 3D technology is used to create art, art skills are used to transform science and engineering projects from an idea to reality.
As I walked toward the Greenwood block party last September, just as it seemed like it was about over, a familiar sound caught my ear. Amid the echoes of jubilant laughter and delirious chatter, I heard the unmistakable opening notes of “Mr.
You’re a teenager and it’s your first day back at school after a wonderful summer vacation. The air is still warm and your excitement about the coming year dominates any malevolent feelings you may have toward the early mornings and the monotonous schedule of lower education.