Japanese boro (yogi back) Photo by: Jared Graves Japanese Boro. Boro textiles were made in the late 19th and early 20th century by impoverished Japanese people from reused indigo-dyed cotton rags. They were patched and sewn piece-by-piece, handed down from generation to generation they became objects of desire because of their beauty , history and soul.
Wouldn't this be an engaging provocation. It's a pity the link doesn't go through to the original source. I would have liked to see how the children approached this activity as well as some background about how the interest in robots evolved.