Portfolio and Media

These are some of our completed projects 
  1. Red Riding Hood Redo
    Red Riding Hood Redo
    Special powers: Hood rises when it rains. Skirt lights up and pulses, an electroluminescent panel with laser cut tree lights up symbolizing hope in the dark forest.
  2. Nautilus Dress
    Nautilus Dress
    Special powers: Lights pulse as you walk and proximity sensors make L.E.D.s light up when something is close to you.
  3. OZ Dress
    OZ Dress
    Special powers: A modern interpretation of the tin man, with handmade L.E.D tornado beads and lights that pulse to music.
  4. Aurora
    Special powers: A modern interpretation of Sleeping Beauty. With an electroluminescent panel and cord and a heart rate sensor connected to aurora lights
Videos and Radio Interviews


10, 6th, 2017

Being creative and innovative sometimes just takes the courage to colour outside the lines. From the age of 8, young inventor Lauren Voisin has been taking things apart and putting them back together in ever more innovative ways, and takes us through how she came to start the Robots Are Fun organization to encourage other youth to similarly explore their capabilities for leadership, creativity, and innovation.
TEDx Calgary

Girls, Robots, and The Importance of Mentors

3, 12, 2017

Walrus Talks

Geeky Sumit CBC Interview

Canada Learning Code interview

2, 16, 2016

5, 28, 2017

The "Geeky Summit" celebrates technology and entrepreneurship at Telus Spark. Kylie Toh founded the summit and the Calgary non-profit Chic Geek.
Canada Learning Code

Welcome To The First Day Of Work For The Class Of 2025


This year’s high school freshmen will graduate on the front lines of a rapidly changing economy. How are they preparing to head straight into the AI revolution?
Fast Company

3, 07, 2017

The sky is not the limit any more...

Calgary Arts Development

Eleven-year-old CEO bringing robotics to classrooms


Metro News

Lauren Voison And Robots R Fun

The maker community has inventors of all ages. Lauren Voison talks about making her own robot, things that she finds frustrating and how she became an inventor.... she's even got a website of her own www.robotsrfun.com

Learning from Calgary’s Youth Leaders

5, 1, 2015


The Kids Will Be Alright


Melissa is the Co-Founder and CEO of Ladies Learning Code. She's a fierce advocate for providing women and youth the critical skills, confidence and opportunities they need to become passionate builders - not just consumers of technology and to thrive in our increasingly digital world. Since 2011, Ladies Learning Code has taught over 45,000 Canadians code through one of their programs and they're just getting started