Isaac Wren, a Year 12 Forbes High School Graduate, will have his HSC video game project included in InTech 2016 and displayed at Sydney’s Powerhouse Museum. InTech 2016 is the annual exhibition of outstanding Major Design Projects developed by 2015 HSC Industrial Technology students from Friday 24 June to Sunday 26 June 2016 from 10.00am – 4.00pm daily. In 2015, over 2500 students and their teachers from across NSW visited the InTech exhibition in Sydney.
In addition to the normal InTech Exhibition in 2016, there will be a combined display of HSC Technology projects at the Powerhouse Museum. A limited number of projects from industrial Technology, Textiles & Design as well as Design & Technology will be on display from Friday 26 February 2016 to Sunday 8 May 2016 at the Powerhouse
Mr Wren’s Year 12 Major Works, a seven level game with coloured cubes to be picked up and placed on corresponding colours, was chosen for display, in a triumph for the teaching staff involved with the classes. He said it felt great to have his work on display at one of Australia’s most recognisable museums.
“It’s pretty cool. I wasn’t really expecting it. I didn’t even know there were exhibitions for projects year 12 students had made,” he said. His area of expertise will be furthered when he starts a three year software engineering degree at the University of Canberra in August.