Free expo on Sunday to feature virtual reality, robotics, gadgets & more

GREENVILLE, S.C. – Now in its second year, iT2Pi’s Annual Expo will be held at Furman’s Timmons Arena Sunday, May 17 from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.

The Expo’s interactive displays include 3D Printers, Robotic Arms, Google Glasses, Google Cardboard virtual reality and much more. 

The Expo will have a wide variety of activities for the entire family, including miniature workshops where the participants will be building computer games, learning about web development, and learning about the inner workings of the personal computer. 

Scheduled speakers will fill you in on the latest hot topics and inspire you to create, and don’t miss the chance to test your creative skills with their Maker Competition.

Admission to the expo is free.

Event website here. Facebook event page here.

iT2Pi promotes STEM initiatives by educating children ages seven to 17 in the community, especially those from underserved backgrounds, in information technologies. iT2Pi holds regular workshops where a variety of topics, including programming fundamentals, computer security basics, and 3D printing are taught to kids.  

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