Over 32,000 of you came into the GwyddonLe at this year's Eisteddfod. Amongst the activities on offer was an opportunity to dress up like a geographer and go on a GPS excursion around the Maes, create your own YouTube videos, create aps, prove your senses, as well as watch some tricks with liquid nitrogen.
The GwyddonLe was bigger than ever before, with institutions such as Technocamps, Techniquest Glyndwr, Science Departments at Swansea University, Bangor University, and Magnox demonstrating their work and offering hands-on activities to all visitors.
S4C and Big Learning Company gave people a taster of the latest developments in the digital world. They were encouraging youngsters to learn more about coding and developing aps, and there was also an opportunity to take an iPad around the Maes and create your own films, then come back to the GwyddonLe to edit and upload to finished article to YouTube.
There was certainly something for everyone at this year's GwyddonLe, be it a noisy experiment with liquid nitrogen, getting up close with marine life, programming a robot, or watching an amazing 3D Printer at work.
The GwyddonLe is sponsored by Swansea University and supported by the Welsh Government.
Click HERE to visit the GwyddonLe page on Swansea Uni's Website