STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) is such a big part of our lives, especially with all of the incredible, new developments and advancements. Now more than ever, we see how STEM applies to our everyday lives and schools, shows, and beyond are showing the importance of STEM. The highly-acclaimed and phenomenal Amazon show, Gortimer Gibbon’s Life on Normal Street, actually has a very interesting episode in which Ashley Boettcher, who plays Mel on the show, wears a 3D printed dress. Isn’t that outstanding?!
On July 11th, the cast of Gortimer Gibbon’s Life on Normal Street had a spectacular panel at the Google Headquarters in Venice, California. Sloane Morgan Siegel, Ashley Boettcher, Chandler Kinney, and Coco Grayson were at the event as they screened the episode featuring the 3D printed dress and even participated in a Q&A for students at the Downey’s Sussman Middle School who got the chance to be a part of the amazing event. The cast was joined by Google engineer, Kim Swennen, as they spoke about the fitting process for the dress, the significance of STEM and what it’s like working on the show. The event even included an excellent 3D printing demonstration by Diego Porqueras from Deezmaker and afterwards, attendees were able to go home with a 3D printed keychain of their own.
Check out more photos below from the exceptional event and be sure to catch all new episodes of Gortimer Gibbon’s Life on Normal Street on Amazon Prime Video!
Photo Credits: Tibrina Hobson
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