High School students united with NASA to create hardware or HUNCH is an innovative school-based program that partners NASA Centers with high schools in states across the nation. Poquoson High School Students in Ms. Fiscella's Engineering and Drawing classes will be attending the finals at the Johnson Space Center in April. Jason Gruthrie, Steven Parker, Gunnar Gorman, Kevin Williams and Cole McCormick created a tool pouch for use by astronauts in space. Students Kaleld Reeder and Johnny Ritchard developed an APP that works through augmented reality which will scan a part, name the part, provide a brief description, and what the part is used for.
Picture 1: Jason Guthrie, Steven Parker, Gunnar Gorman, and Kevin Williams (Cole McCormick, not pictured) with their Tool Pouch