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SOLD OUT – Arduino Programming & Robotics, July 20-July 24$25.00
An interactive and engaging learning opportunity that teaches kids about mechanical, electrical, and computer engineering while fostering creativity and innovation – made possible by our sponsor, Reynolds & Reynolds:
About the camp:: During the Arduino robotics camp, students will learn scientific and engineering principles by building and programming their own electronic robotic arm from scratch, using simple materials and off the shelf electronics. Our instructor will guide the students through the various stages of the robot construction and challenge them to think creatively and become self-learners. Activities will include hands-on mechanical and electrical engineering tasks as well as Arduino programming basics. Additionally, students will be exposed to real-life technology use cases and learn from industry experts through a series of guest speaker presentations.
About the instructor :: Daniel Valdés holds a Bachelor of Science in Visualization: Interactive Design/Game Development from Texas A&M University. Daniel is passionate about Programming, Design, Data Crawling, Computer Maintenance, Networking & Telecommunication.
Practical details::When? Monday July 20 to Friday July 24, from 2 PM to 5 PM Central TimeWho? Students 12-16How? The camp will be taught virtually. An assembly kit will be ready for pick up at our facility in downtown Bryan one week prior to the camp. Instructions to connect with the instructor online will be sent via email upon registration. A completion certificate will be delivered at the end of the course. All the materials and electronics can be kept after the camp.Cost? Tuition is free thanks to the generous support of our sponsor, Reynolds & Reynolds! Their participation covers the cost of all equipment and instruction. We require a nominal $25 registration fee in order to reserve your spot as the group size is limited.
Required tools and equipment (not included in the kit): computer, hot glue and a screwdriver.
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