Media Lab Afterschool! [Share your work here!]


Welcome to Connected Camps Media Lab!

This week’s schedule:
Voxel Modeling! - Saturday, September 16th 9:15AM-10:45AM Pacific

Use this forum topic to discuss the lab and collaborate. Share the cool things you make by posting screenshots of your work in a reply to this post!


Voxel workshop today!

I made a chicken!

Interested in more voxel modeling? There are programs dedicated to voxel modeling that might be worth checking out. These involve downloading and installing new things onto your computer so have a parent help you out!

MagicaVoxel - FREE - This program is open-source (it’s free) but can be challenging to use. Have a parent help you download an install it.

Qubicle - 20$ - This program costs money but it’s very powerful. I suggest trying out the free programs first.

Voxel Builder - FREE - this is what we used in class. It’s very lightweight and simple but is great for learning the basics of voxel modeling:


Twine Install Tutorial!

  1. Go to

  2. Look at the Downloads note in the upper right corner:

  3. Choose the right download for your computer. If you’re on a PC, select Windows. If you’re using a Mac, select OSX.

On Windows:
4. A Save As window should appear. Select a location on your computer to save the Twine file. To make it easier to find later, you may want to save it to the Desktop.

  1. Open up the downloaded file. It will ask you where you want to install Twine. The default location should be fine, so hit the install button.

  2. Wait for the program to install. It will let you know when it’s finished.

  3. Once program is installed, open it. If you don’t know where it is, search for Twine in the start menu.

  4. Open up Twine. It will look something like this:

You’re ready to start writing! For additional tutorials, check out the Twine wiki page:

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