Summer Robotics

Robotics Workshop from July 24 through July 27 (6:00 pm to 7:30 pm)

Location: Senior Center

Patasala Students only -LEVEL 1 AGE 6 – 8 CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

Patasala Students only – LEVEL 2 AGE 9 – 12 CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

Non Patasala Students -LEVEL 1 AGE 6 – 8 CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

Non Patasala Students – LEVEL 2 AGE 9 – 12 CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
robotics1Intro to Robotics (Age 68, WeDo Robotics)

This course will introduce young students to Robotics building, programming, structural design and mechanical principles using WeDo Lego sets. They will design and build fun Lego models, learn to document their design process and share their design with the class. Through understanding the fundamentals of mechanical and structural principals such as gears, pulleys, and inclined planes, they will be able to build simple machines that moves using motors and reacts to programmable sensors that they designed and programmed.

We Do Robotics

 Day1 – Dancing Milo (Building a moving robot ‐ pulleys)

 Day2 – Smart Racer (Building a racer with motion sensor – Gears & sensors)

 Day3 – Rocket launcher(Building a rocket launcher and win our shooting contest)

 Day4 – Sumo wrestling (Design your own Sumo‐bot and compete in our very own Sumo‐bot tournament)

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Robotics Builders (Age 912, EV3 Robotics)

This course will introduce older students to Robotics building, programming, structural design and mechanical principles using Mindstorm EV3 Lego sets. They will design and build fun Lego models, learn to document their design process and share their design with the class. Through understanding the fundamentals of mechanical and structural principals such as gears, pulleys, and inclined planes, they will be able to build simple machines that moves using motors and reacts to programmable sensors that they designed and programmed. With the more sophisticated robotic set, the EV3 set has 2 types of motors, and 5 different kind of sensors. The EV3 software are easy to use but offers advanced programming environment features which enables students to develop even more complex algorithms.

EV3

 Day1 – Mars Rover (Moving Forward/Backward/turning)

 Day2 – Adventure in the Maze (Gyro sensor/Ultrasonic sensor)

 Day3 – Bumper Car race (Touch and Color Sensor)

 Day4 – Sumo Wrestling BattleBots (May the best bot wins!)