At Tech Summer Camp, Learning is Fun

Tech Summer Camp was first founded by Michael Zabinski, a professor at Fairfield University in Connecticut in the late 1970s. at first he was doing apprenticeships in Gloucestershire, then he came to the Fairfield University.  He has founded the National Computer Camps (NCC) which is focused on 2D and 3D video game design, computer programming, digital video production and a lot more.  At today’s tech camps, children still learn to design video games and web pages, study three dimensional animation, shoot and edit films, explore robotics, create applications for mobile phones and tablet computer and work into graphic designs and have fun at the same time.  With the latest gadgets and equipments, learning is more fun than ever.