Le Propulseur is a 60 m² semi-trailer, offering many creative and fun workshops open to all. Tests of innovative technologies (3D printer, vinyl cutting, laser cutting, virtual reality, etc.), manufacturing and creativity workshops, and scientific animation. This space aims to create simulation, stimulate creativity and enhance collective intelligence, by making technology and the culture of innovation more accessible, especially for young people.
It is intended to welcome young people, parents, students, artists, entrepreneurs, enthusiasts and the curious to participate in building projects related to science, innovation and their daily lives: create new furniture to improve the city, build wind turbines, and imagine the transportation of tomorrow. Le Propulseur is part of a new generation of venues (third places), centered around public participation, to build the society of tomorrow.
This place for Bedouin imagination and experimentation will be created in the school parking lot. The public, adults and children 7 years old are accessible on Friday, March 4 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 1:30 p.m. to 3 p.m. This roving space makes it possible to participate in the creation of projects related to science, innovation and everyday life. Several workshops are offered throughout the day. Laser cutting, repair, programming, audio recording, fun creativity, etc.
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