Find out what happened when STV Glasgow came to film our new unique project, Sensatronic Lab last week.
The project allows disabled and disadvantaged people under 25 to explore digital technology and expression through music and creative arts.
The presenter and cameraman spent over two hours with our service users, learning about how Sense Scotland now have even more learning resources to assist personal development and help many on their journey towards fuller creative expression and independence.
Music Tutor David McCluskey and a Matthew Ward, a consultant for accessibility and creative technology for young people who have disabilities, were also invited to the STV Studios at Pacific Quay on Thursday for a TV interview for the 10 pm STV news.
The project was made possible through funding from Creative Scotland secured through TTS (Time to Shine) Digital – a programme designed to inspire digital creativity in young people and working with arts and technology partners.
Music and art are fantastic communication vehicles and our new Sensatronic-Lab will definitely inspire our young people to have fun and get involved in a multi-sensory environment.