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Mar 30, 2017

Exploded drone entices students to engineering

The Secret Little Agency worked with a London artist on a display meant to attract career-fare attendees in Singapore to engineering education.

Exploded drone entices students to engineering

The Secret Little Agency's experience design team worked with London-based artist Aliki Kirmitsi on an installation featuring real-life exploded views of items including a cell phone, an engine and a drone.

The effort is part of the Singapore government's ongoing effort to promote engineering, and specifically career opportunities with companies such as Hope Technik, BAE Systems and Applied Materials. The display will appear at schools around Singapore as part of a through-the-line campaign. 







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