My project is dedicated to everyone who is willing to learn, to explore, to discover and especially
FOR TOMORROW’ S ENGINEERS, INVENTORS AND SCIENTISTS
The main goal of “Visual Education Project” is to attract youth to Engineering and Science.
I use an effective educational tools such as unique, hand-made working models. Presenting workable machines and mechanisms to students we can discuss basic scientific principles upon which they are built.
Currently, there is more than 100 museum-quality, functional replicas in the collection that can be divided into several themes: Medieval Water Raising Machines, Ancient and Medieval Siege Engines, Construction machines, Da Vinci Inventions, Rolling ball machines and Perpetual motion devices. The Exhibits include examples of machines from Ancient times all the way up to the Age of Industrial Revolution.
V.E.P. programs are designed to help students of all ages to understand the basics of mechanics and engineering. In presenting the mechanical process of each and every model, we touch on a variety of disciplines including Mathematics, Physics and History. I make it fun and easy for students to expand their educational horizons.
- 2005, 2006 Science Fair organized by University of Western Ontario, London Galleria, London, ON
- 2008 CARPE DIEM AWARD Winner for Most Creative Display “Engineers of the Renaissance”, London Fall Home Show, Convention Centre, London, ON
- 2009 Exhibition “Engineers of the Renaissance”, Aeolian Performing Arts Centre, London, ON
- 2010 Exhibition “Engineers of the Renaissance”, Russian-CanadianTheatrical Community Centre, Toronto, ON
- 2010 Participating at Festival “Karusel”, Young & Dundas Square,Toronto, ON
- 2010 Exhibition “Engineering Genius of Leonardo da Vinci”,North York Civic Centre, Toronto, ON
- 2011 Presentation at Rayerson University “Open Doors” event, Toronto, ON
- 2011 Participating at Canada Wide Science Fair, Seneca college, Toronto, ON
- 2012 Two days Workshop at Crestwood Private School, Toronto, ON
- 2012 Participating at Ryerson University Science Rendezvous, Toronto, ON
- 2013 Exhibition in Novosibirsk, Russia
- 2014 Exhibition in Kharagpur, India