Students will learn about robotics by building fundamental components in many robotics systems: a linear motion device.
This camp follows the thinking process of Learning > Building > Solving
By the end of the week, campers will have built their very own linear motion device, learning about the mechanical, electrical, and software design decisions required to complete the project, and then test their creativity by trying to solve challenges using their devices with add-on machines of their very own design.
The content of this camp has been developed for a high school-aged audience, and no prior knowledge of robotics systems or any of their constituent disciplines is required.
-A laptop with the Arduino IDE program and the ch340 driver installed will be required.
-Access to equipment such as 3D printers, laser cutters, and more.
-Digital camp photos
-30 hours of guidance and instructions from experts in the field
-A take-home linear actuator project (pong robot) valued at $75Visit website to register
North Vancouver, BC
276 1st St E
Recreational InstructionalIntense or Competitive
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