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By: Star Music Media
Of the collaboration, Amy Quinn, Director of Teaching and Learning at the Yu Ying public charter school said, "We look forward to this collaboration and future collaborations with Mr. Idowu." Wole organizes Innovation Conferences held at Carnegie Mellon University each semester and Miguel Richardson, the music producer who leads the music production portion of these events, will be on hand to engage the students in music technology. Wole will teach the students to code for VR and an Android smart watch called the TZN1 that he is developing on the Carnegie Mellon Campus. The TZN1 will also play a large role in teaching the students coding as part of a mobile driving game. Students will take pictures using the TZN1 watches and be able to learn a line of code and share the pictures. Wole Idowu states, "I hope to bring a great session at the Auto Show to showcase and for the students at Yu Ying to learn from, grow, and develop their skills to become excellent developers, leaders, and innovators of the future."
For more information on the outreach and coding program, visit http://toyzelectronics.com/