This activity will introduce campers to the methods that researchers use for collecting data from the environment. Campers will use the Arduino electronics platform to create sensors that measure temperature, light, sound or air pressure. Designed for beginner programmers, campers will learn concepts such as inputs, outputs and conditionals. Throughout the week campers will practice their programming skills working on their sequential logic, debugging and design. By the end of the week campers will have a device that monitors the environment and sounds an alarm when changes occur.
*This program involves the use of computers, keyboards, clicking and dragging, and basic reading of commands.
Jul 10 - 14. '23
Highland Creek, Toronto, ON
1265 Military Trail
08:30 - 16:00
After Care: 18:00 (Paid)
Recreational InstructionalIntense or Competitive
Physics and Environmental Science Camp (9-12) is run by Camp UofT Scarborough.
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