The MESH workshop also involved employee engagement, three Sony Taiwan staffs were recruited and trained as the instructor. They guided children to realize their creativity with MESH tags and created a lively leaning atmosphere. Many unique inventions were presented by the children such as a plate which would say "congratulations" when the meal is finished and a tooth brush to help children develop a good habit of cleaning their teeth.
Thru the workshop, children enjoyed the process and explored more about the possibility of invention. The result of MESH workshop was very inspiring, and more importantly, it was in line with the mission of Sony Creative Science Award of fostering curiosity toward science learning among children.
To help promote MESH, Takehiro Hagiwara, the MESH project team leader attended the exhibition in Taipei and met several key technology media. He gave a brief introduction and demonstration of MESH which aroused great interests among media. Positive reports of MESH were published and Sony's continued dedication and innovations in science education were also favorably highlighted.
For highlights of the exhibition 5th
SCSA exhibition, please watch this video.