Technology, engineering part of education process at Waimea center

  • Dennis Fujimoto / The Garden Island

    Kai Wong looks at a previous NanoBytesLab workshop class displayed on a television monitor to see if he knows anyone during the open house for NanoByteLabs in Waimea Friday.

  • Dennis Fujimoto / The Garden Island

    JR Guerrero of The Boys and Girls Club Waimea Clubhouse, left, tries his hand at sequences, getting help from Christopher Wong, right, as Russell Wong looks on and Nancy Kanna of the Kauai Economic Development Board tries her hand in the background at the NanoByteLabs open house in Waimea Friday.

  • Dennis Fujimoto / The Garden Island

    Capt. Vinny Johnson, commanding officer of the U.S. Navy Pacific Missile Range Facility, tries his hand at a coding project while Joslyn Wong, president and facilitator for NanoByteLabs, explains the color-coordination in teaching through hands-on experience during an open house for NanoByteLabs in Waimea Friday.

  • Dennis Fujimoto / The Garden Island

    Chelsie Ruiz, student activities coordinator at Kekaha School, right, listens as Joslyn Wong, president and facilitator for NanoByteLabs, explains the progressive learning steps for engineering concept kids geared for high school students during an open house for NanoByteLabs in Waimea Friday.

  • Dennis Fujimoto / The Garden Island

    Kawena Ruiz is the star, seated, as she demonstrates a graphics design project, while Joslyn Wong, president and facilitator for NanoByteLabs, left, and parents look on during the facility’s open house in Waimea Friday.

  • Dennis Fujimoto / The Garden Island

    Kai Wong plays an electronic game that teaches concepts of coding during the open house for NanoByteLabs in Waimea Friday.

WAIMEA — NanoByteLabs opened its doors to the community under the veil of storm warnings and the din of the Waimea Town Celebration in the West Kauai Technology Center, Phase II.

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