Robotics and Sensors: Building robots to interact with the world
In this camp, students dive into how computers, just like people, use sensors to make sense of the world.
People need sensors in order to understand the world. However, the way that robots make sense of their surroundings is different from the way we do. In this camp, students dive into how computers, just like people, use sensors to make sense of the world. Students will build and program multiple sensors to expand their computational and engineering design thinking skills. Students will participate in multiple activities that challenge them to think like engineers and solve tough problems utilizing robotics. This is the perfect camp for students that want to challenge their engineering skills and learn new ways to use robotics in practical ways. Suggested for students who have experience block based coding like Blockly, Scratch, Scratch Jr. or others.
- Explore communication systems by analyzing how animals and robots gather data about the environment to make decisions
- Practice using multiple robotic sensors that work together
- Build robots that interact with the surroundings
- Expand coding skills by integrating multiple concepts into programs
UKIT Intermediate Configurations:
Check out the pre-designed robots you can build with the UKIT Intermediate kit. These are just the beginning – build these or create your own!
- iOS or Android tablet with UKIT EDU app installed
- Computer with webcam, microphone and Zoom web conferencing ability
- Reliable internet
- UKIT Intermediate robotics kit
- Access to virtual camp including up to 2 hours a day of live virtual instruction and multiple offline activities
- UBTECH Certified Camp Instructor
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