This section of our web site aims to to familiarise children with the idea of product design and development, by creating a paper lantern that can be easily customized to anyone's taste. This is a fun opportunity to get in touch with our creativity and enhance the interaction between parent and child. It covers a range of fields from art to science and technology and can assist children discover their many interests and potential.
These activities can form the base of a workshop and serve educational as well as entertainment purposes. They are suitable for everyone and their completion requires the participation of the parent depending on kid’s age.
Here you can find the pattern of a little house that you can create out of paper. This can be used as a paper lantern that you can light up, using your own printed circuit board (PCB) and electronic components. Find more information and detailed instructions here.
Create a sailing boat on paper. Use it as a paper lantern that you can light up, using your own printed circuit board (PCB) and electronic components. Find more information and detailed instructions here.
A printed circuit board (PCB) mechanically supports and electrically connects electronic components using conductive tracks, pads and other features that are usually made of copper sheet laminated on a non-conductive surface. Electronic components are then soldered on the PCB. Here the components will be supported on paper and they will be connected together and secured using conductive glue.
Produce your own conductive glue and use it to complete and secure connections on your paper pcbs.