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MISSION CONTROL LAB
MISSION CONTROL LAB

MISSION CONTROL LAB

21st Century Skill resources must developed to be accessible for everyone, regardless of language, economic position, infrastructure, geography and learning ability. In order to mobilize participation in the 4th industrial revolution worldwide, education must be made so that those from limited digital access are able to compete with equal opportunity beside those from abundant access.

Our rapid prototyping and STEAM education products are specially developed to be safer, low-cost, and sustainable for young people and those with limited resources. Our analog to digital experiences give young people very physical, concrete demonstrations of digital environments while preparing them for abstract, higher complexity applications.

This skill development must start younger, when developmental logic, reasoning and social skills are beginning. For this reason we develop products that are appropriate starting at 6 years old. Our education method embraces the 7 learning types, without using written or verbal language or dependence on the internet.

Hard and soft skills need to be developed equally, and we stand behind invent-to-learn methods. Users build knowledge by doing, working socially on solutions with proximity to their environment. Offering structured experiences where people of varying cognitive abilities, genders, ages and existing skill sets can work together is where true humanitarianism and our future leaders can thrive.


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MISSION CONTROL LAB

MISSION CONTROL LAB

Our startup’s mission is to provide a tech product platform that invites young people to explore making in STEAM with WOW Factor, hands-on, social experiences.


Stand B12 (pav. 7) - MISSION CONTROL LAB


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