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Technology Week 2015

Technology Week 2015

Posted November 19, 2015

The Library is holding a Technology Week from December 6-12, 2015 with programs for all ages. Click here for more information.


Introduction to Personal Drones

Sunday, December 6 at 2 PM

Mr. Chaim Cohen will demonstrate how to safely and appropriately use a personal drone.

Chaim Cohen is the AP computer science teacher and the Code Club advisor at East Brunswick High School.

Filming with Mobile Technology**

Tuesday, December 8 at 7 PM

[**Registration Required] Becoming a filmmaking no longer requires expensive or special equipment. Zack Morrison will show you how to use your mobile device to film your dream project.

Zack Morrison is an award-winning writer, director, and cinematographer currently pursuing his Master of Fine Art degree in screenwriting and directing at Columbia University.

Film Editing & Green Screen Drop-In

Thursday, December 10 at 6 PM

Drop in to the EBPlay Media Lab and ask any questions about Final Cut Pro X and learn the basics of using a green screen and how to use Chroma Key Compositing in Final Cut Pro XTeens.

Or, come use our Green Screen and mobile tripods to create your own video. You must bring your own mobile device.

Anthony Pagliuco is a producer at EBTV.


Hour of Code**

Friday, December 11 at 5PM

[**Registration Required] The Library and the East Brunswick High School’s Code Club will host their second annual Hour of Code event for teens ages 13 and up. Students will get to test out different coding and web development platforms through Codeacademy and CodeCombat; learn to design and create 3D projects with an on-site 3D printer demonstration; Arduino programming; and demonstrations of new technologies including Occulus Rift and Google Cardboard.  All participants will receive a certificate of completion and a free T-shirt! Pizza and snacks will be provided.


Super Science for Kids: LEGO Star Wars Workshop (ages 6-12)**

Saturday, December 12 at 2 and 3:30 PM

[**Registration Required] LEGO enthusiasts, come have fun and learn to build ships from the Star Wars galaxy.

Registration will begin on Monday, November 30. Please call Youth Services at 732-390-6789 for more information.