The Universal Play Machine project was designed to trigger the analytical and creative sides of young minds through collaborative S.T.E.A.M projects

Summer camp is a fondly-remembered pasttime for many Americans during the younger days of life. During that time, we might have participated in activities like hiking, sailing or arts and crafts, like making macrame bracelets and popsicle stick houses. Mobile Studio Architects decided to challenge the traditional definition of camp art projects in New Hampshire by creating all new activites for kids to enjoy. This call, they introduced flip book slop machines.

The Universal Play Machine project was an artistic collaboration with children ages 10-17 that attend the BEAM Camp, a summer school that powers youth development and learning through collaborative activities. While in residence, campers take part in a S.T.E.A.M program they learn new skills like welding, carpentry, ceramics, textiles, video, programming and design.

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