Dah-Varsity

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About this game

This game is based on the African American Father and Son co-founders of Toyz Electronics Damola and Wole Idowu. The game exposes diverse and disadvantaged students to interactive learning experiences involving Automotive, Math, Music, Literature, Design & Prototyping. Students are inspired by the inspiring story of Damola and Wole. They are both creatives, engineers, and entrepreneurs. Damola enrolled as a full-time student at Syracuse University studying Mechanical Engineering and Economics at 16. He will win an Engineering Design competition at Howard University at 18. His son Wole Idowu graduated HS at 15 and was featured on the CNBC documentary 20 under 20 Transforming tomorrow. He will enroll at Carnegie Mellon University at 15 and graduate at 20 with an Electrical and Computer Engineering Degree and 2 minors in business. Damola will create Da Great Deity Dah and SuperHero Rap while a student at Howard University. Super Hero Rap centers on Idealism which is your Highest self and the ideal world you want to live in,. Your villain is your obstacles and you use STEAM concepts to imagine your superpowers. Students learn growth intelligence and problem-solving in a culturally relevant and practical way based on representative founders who actually have similar lived experiences. Every student can be a superhero if given proper training. This game is developed at the Entertainment Technology Center at Carnegie Mellon University. Damola and Wole have worked with over 2000 students with STEAM https://www.theesa.com/news/toyz-electronics-changing-the-game-for-kids-in-underserved-communities/
https://toyzelectronics.com/toyz-aboutus/
https://toyzelectronics.com/
https://projects.etc.cmu.edu/impacteers/
https://youtu.be/tctU3WyRB3U
Updated on
Aug 28, 2022

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