Jayden Shea (below) designed a beanbag that he will use when he plays computer games. “I went for a chair shaped beanbag that required a lot of effort,” he said. “It was fun but it required a lot of work because I didn’t know how to sew before.”
Nick Howell (above) has completed an animation for his major work. “It’s about a kid growing up and he’s learning to play basketball,” he said.
Jay Mitchell (left) designed a multicultural garden for a proposed site near the Adventure Playground. He used 2011 Census data to compile a list of nationalities in Orange that could be represented in his garden. “I’ve got Australian, New Zealand, Chinese, German, Scottish, Italian and Philippines,” he said. “I did a lot of research for it.”
DESIGN and Technology major works by Canobolas Rural Technology High School students have encompassed a wide range of ideas and practices.
Each student brought their concept from initial design to reality and spoke to the Central Western Daily about their projects.
Photos: STEVE GOSCH