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July 19, 2017

SF Skating

Changing stereotypes and learning new skills

July 19, 2017  /  

SF Skating

Brandon loves skating. But, in his own words, he recognizes that, "There are some people who see skateboarding as a fool's sport, not a real sport, or a sport for scums. I want them to learn that there is a different side to skateboarding in SF." Wit...

July 19, 2017

A Robotic Obstacle Course of Epic Proportions

The office: a perfect place for robot obstacle course

Richard, a Spark Student, worked with his mentor Brandon from Workday to combine programming, robotics and obstacle courses to make one epic project. Workday helped provide the funding for a Sphero robot, and, with help from Brandon's skills in progr...

July 19, 2017

Video Games that Sell

An analysis on the story lines that produce the most successful video games

July 19, 2017  /  

Video Games that Sell

Antonio and his mentor Caesar love video games! But, what story lines produce the most successful video games? Antonio and Caesar set out to find the answer. They used data from the most profitable video game consoles to review the stories of each ga...

July 14, 2017

Water Conservation in Los Angeles

What can private citizens and the public sector do to help water conservation in California?

July 14, 2017  /  

Water Conservation in Los Angeles

Bryan was compelled to act after witnessing six years of drought in his hometown of Los Angeles. Bryan used his Spark Project as a way to communicate his passion for water conservation and educate others on how to advocate within their community. His...