Computer Programming PYTHON
Design on Inventor and Solidworks, build robot using
3D printed components, program using Python
You start with an industry standard 3D Computer Aided Design (CAD) tool to draft, design, model and visualize your project (an interactive object). Then you use Raspberry Pi which is a series of credit card-sized single-board computers. All Raspberri Pi feature a Broadcom system on a chip, which includes an ARM compatible CPU and an on chip graphics processing unit GPU (a VideoCore IV). to power your robot with sensors to react to its environment and actuators to act upon it.
You explore the foundations of object-oriented Programming PYTHON through the development environment and Python programming language and write the rules that make all the decisions for your robot. Once you are done with all of the above, you will sense the power of code, not just inside the computer screen, but in the real world around you.
At the end of the camp, you will make a video presentation of your project for the world to see. You are also automatically entered into the TED Expo with the chance to personally showcase your project. You also have the option to buy back your Robot programmed with PYTHON to carry home so you can use it again and again to build new things.
• This camp is most suitable for age 13+ innovators and wizards interested in science & technology, machines & engineering, construction and presentation.
• No prior programming or robotics experience is necessary, construction experience is helpful.
• Apart from the core program, the camp day plan is well rounded and includes several warm up activities, energizers, team building opportunities and creativity contests to make friends and win cool prizes.
• 6 to 12 participants per camp.