GrandWest hosted a group of Ravensmead High School’s top design, maths and science learners at the rAge2016 exhibition which took place at the complex from 18 to 20 March 2016. The learners were transported to the exhibition where they were hosted by rAge representatives and given opportunities to get some hands on experience with some of the new technologies and games that were showcased.
rAge is South Africa’s biggest annual video gaming, computer, technology and “geek culture” exhibition, giving visitors a glimpse into the future and the chance to explore the latest goodies and gadgets. The event alsofeatured a three day NAG LAN, a 52 hour BYOC (Bring Your Own Computer/Console) LAN, where gamers all hooked up to one network for 52 hours of pure gaming.After the interactive, guided tour of the exhibition, the learners were treated to a lunch at Spur courtesy of GrandWest which has long been committed to improving maths and science education through its GrandWest CSI Bursary Fund and other initiatives.
Two Ravensmead High School learners get to grips with new technologies at the rAge 2016 exhibition at GrandWest. Offering the learners insights into the technology is Jaco van Rensburg from Intel.