Leslie Perry, technology teacher at Whitby School participated in a 3D printing panel discussion at the 2015 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.
This panel discussion was moderated by Jenny Lawton, CEO of Makerbot.
Other panelists include Natarajan Venkatakrishnan, Director of GE FirstBuild, Brad Peebler, President of The Americas, The Foundry, Mo Irfan, Director of Industrial Design, Hoover Floor Care, and Daniel Vissac, Innovator/Industrial Designer for Pets, Home Office, Crafts & MakerBot partnership at Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia.
With more than 160,000 attendees, CES is a global stage for innovation and is the world’s gathering place for all who thrive on the business of technologies.
More information on the panel discussion and CES events is available online.
Whitby School inspires a passion for learning and empowers each student to take responsibility as an open-minded, principled citizen in a global community.
Whitby is the only school in the country with triple accreditation from the American Montessori Society, the International Baccalaureate Organization, and the Connecticut Association of Independent Schools.
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