Today is Trivia Day!
Like the famous game in vogue years ago, we propose a question to be answered. Winners will receive a Fablab award.
Participating, and winning, is really easy. Continue reading the article and answer the question, which you will find later, in the comments below.
To make the game more interesting and to obviate googled responses, we decided to leave an open question to several solutions.
The prizes to be won:
the first two answers: participation in the next workshop on 3D printing worth € 50 to be held in Catania on January 10th (if you are not from the city you can request the sending of digital material on the world of 3D print) all subsequent answers they will receive one of our digital gadgets to be collected at Fablab or to be received at home (for those outside the city).
And here’s the fateful DIFFICULT question, are you ready?
What can you get with 3D printing?
If you really have no idea what we’re talking about, take a look at our page dedicated to the world of three-dimensional printing or let yourself be inspired by some projects shared here. Or try to think of the objects you see around home and office (and not only), how many or which could be achieved with the digital fabrication system?
Want to learn more about Trivia Day?
Trivia Day was born in the United States and is "celebrated" every year on January 4th. The word trivia is plural for the word trivium. In ancient times, the term "trivia" was appropriate to mean something very new. Nostalgic university students in the 1960s, together with others, began to informally exchange questions and answers about the popular culture of their youth. After writing the columns of curiosity, the students of Columbia University Ed Goodgold and Dan Carlinsky created the first inter-collegial cups that tested culturally (and emotionally) meaningful, but virtually useless, information that they dubbed the competitions.
· In North America, the game, Trivial Pursuit peaked in 1984, a year in which over 20 million games were sold.
· Steven Point, Wisconsin, holds the largest trivia contest at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point