King Creativity Symposium 2014
The 14 projects that were funded in 2013-2014 by the King Creativity Fund were on display at the 2014 King Creativity Symposium, which was held April 7. Since it was started in 2001, the King Creativity Fund has funded 177 projects involving 317 students. (Photos by Lucas Adams)
Isabella Ferranti shows off her Tesla Fan.
Vicente Estrada-Carpenter’s project was a low-cost variable use spectograph.
Garth Ornelas developed a spring-loaded rope dispenser that could be used for outdoor shelters.
Kelsey Abel and Joey Kyle built a geodesic dome that could be used as a greenhouse.
Chandler Johnson and Robert Lehr built a system that could harvest electricity from waves.
Charles Morris talks with Mary Visser, the art professor who was the advisor on his project.
Allison YOung discusses her 24-hour theatre project.
Amir Hessabi demonstrates the robot he built that can mimic human movements.