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Innovations that Changed the World: An Introduction to the Sarnoff Collection

The College of New Jersey is pleased to announce the opening on October 2 of a major exhibition that explores the state’s pioneering contributions to the electronics industry.  Innovations That Changed the World traces the history of telecommunications from the invention of radio to the dawn of information age using objects drawn from TCNJ’s David Sarnoff Collection.

Innovations That Changed the World: An Introduction to the Sarnoff Collection will open on Wednesday, October 2, from 12:00 to 2:00 p.m. in Roscoe West Hall.

via Innovations that Changed the World: An Introduction to the Sarnoff Collection | The Sarnoff Collection.

Mercer Makes: Innovation & Technology in the Capital County–a daylong symposium at TCNJ, October 4

TCNJ will be the site of the daylong symposium “Mercer Makes: Innovation and Technology in the Capital County” to be held on Friday, October 4, from 9:00 to 4:30 in the Education Building, Room 212. The symposium will include presentations by Dr. Benjamin Gross and Dr. Alexander Magoun that will examine the history of RCA and the Sarnoff Research Center.

via Mercer Makes: Innovation & Technology in the Capital County–a daylong symposium at TCNJ, October 4 | The Sarnoff Collection.

1st Field Trip

Announcements

Homework Assignment 9a (5 points)

Create a new page in your Design Notebook, label it with next week’s class date (Oct. 31, 2013) and write a brief status update regarding your Functional Prototype. What progress did you make this week? What did you learn?

Assignment 9b  (5 points)

Create a new page in your Design Notebook and make a short to do list for next week for your Functional Prototype. What did you learn on the field trip that might help you with your project moving forward?

Initial Prototype Demos

Announcements

  • Meet @ 5:30 in AIMM 221
  • No more weekly homework assignments, dedicate time to Functional Prototypes
  • Next week’s class is dedicated studio time for work on Functional Prototypes
  • 2nd Field Trip rescheduled to 7:00 pm, Thursday, Nov. 21st @ the Princeton University Art Museum
  • 2nd Exhibit Critique will be due when we come back from Thanksgiving

Studio Time

  • Work on Functional Prototypes

1st Prototype Demonstrations

  • Present & Discuss Functional Prototypes

Homework 

  • Work on Functional Prototypes

Final Demonstrations

Final Presentations

  • Thursday, Dec 12: Meet @ 5:00 in the Sarnoff Collection Study Center
  • Guests will include:
    • Kelly Krumenacker, Director, Bucks County Children’s Museum
    • Kristen Frederick-Frost, Curator of Artifacts, Chemical Heritage Foundation
    • Ben Gross, Sarnoff Collection
    • Emily Croll, Sarnoff Collection
    • Chris Ault, IMM