Nick Lutsko, an assistant professor at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UC San Diego, describes his collaboration with the Colegio La Esperanza elementary school in Tijuana, Mexico, using DIYnamics to teach (remotely and in Spanish!) their students some fundamentals of rotating fluids.
The Technics Table is the upgraded successor to the LEGO Table. Available for $80, the Technics Table features a more robust design to provide a more consistent user experience.
Natalie Kongable, a high school student working with DIYnamics team member Alex Gonzalez at Iowa State University, describes how she taught middle schoolers about extratropical cyclones using the DIYnamics LEGO table.