Cost:     $400


Includes: 4 weeks of classes, two days per week 4-6pm  Mon/Tues:     Class 1

4-6pm Wed/Thurs:    Class 2

4-6pm Mon/Thurs:    Class 3
* each week with our 3 flexible options


Meeting dates:   April 4-28, 2016

DO 2: ROBOTS, DRONES, AND CONNECTED LIVING ENVIRONMENTS 

> CREATING A CONNECTED LIVING ENVIRONMENT







How are innovations in technology and automation making work easier and more efficient?  

Our world is increasingly connected. To best understand these technological tools and how they could solve problems, it is best to actually see, touch, manipulate, explore, and program them yourselves. Explore how YOU can control various aspects of your world as a globally connected living environment.


Our homes can be controlled by sensors and tools to monitor movement, adjust temperature, change lighting, and control alarms. Robots of all shapes and sizes are being developed as solutions to various problems across all fields. Most recently, the use of mini-drones and drones has opened doors to new opportunities and controversies in the world of safety.  Program robots, mini-drones, and drones to navigate an obstacle course you design and complete robot and mini-drone challenges.

> STEP 2: COMPLETE PAYMENT

  • program and fly mini-drones
  • program and manipulate robots
  • program and control various examples of our connected world
  • debate issues related to consumer drone use
  • create "how to" videos
  • build obstacle courses for robots and mini-drones to navigate through 

REGISTER FOR THIS PROJECT:

DO. 

> STEP 1: ENTER INFORMATION

LEARN!

  • programming
  • debugging programs
  • math skills
  • data collection 
  • data analysis
  • spatial sense
  • legislation changes
  • oral presentation skills
  • ​debate skills
  • video creation & editing

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