MakerCamp for Childrean | 3D Printing, Arduino And More

MakerCamp for Childrean | 3D Printing, Arduino And More

 

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About The Event

MakerClub presents 'Maker Camp', a full weekend workshop for age group 9 years & above/ graduate students or anyone interested.

Our lives are mediated by digital devices and technology. By learning to program, you take control of this! Participants who know how to program know how to speak the language behind our digital society. This leads to a shift from being a consumer of technology to a creator of technology. During the 5 day Maker Camp, participants will learn about The Maker Movement, it's potential impact on Education. Tinker with electronic components, peek inside and learn from electronic projects and programming code examples, and tweak them to make their own. Agenda of each day is as listed below:

Day 1: Saturday, May 30th

* Get started with basics! (10.00 AM onwards)

In this workshop, Participants tinker with basic electronic components. Peek inside and learn from simple projects and programming code examples, and tweak them to make your own. Practice soldering to create strong electrical connections. Collaborate to prototype and create original projects that dazzle the senses and respond to the “real world” via light, sound and/or motion. Participants learn about The Maker Movement, Maker Learning And It's Potential Impact On Education. Our lives are mediated by digital devices and technology. By learning to program, you take control of this! Participants who know how to program know how to speak the language behind our digital society. This leads to a shift from being a consumer of technology to a creator of technology.

* 3-D Printing (2.00 PM onwards)

In this workshop, participants will be given an introduction to 3D printing, history and applications of 3D printing technology. This will be a hands-on and interactive exercise where participants will go through downloading 3D designs, creating their own designs, converting their 3D design files to a format that the 3D printer can recognize and print, and uploading and printing their designs using the 3D printer.

Day 2: Sunday, May 31st

* Arduino (10.00 AM onwards)

Arduino is an electronics prototyping platform that helps you control real-world objects with software and computers. With Arduino you can build games, security systems, musical instruments, robots, and much more. In this workshop participants will be given an introduction to programming. They will then apply their new knowledge to an Arduino controlled make. The workshop will be hands-on and interactive. By the end of the course the participants will have understanding of various sensors, a functioning make that follows the program they wrote for it. With this understanding the participants can use Arduino in the future to create inventions and design new toys and robots.
Arduino is a micro-controntroller, a small computer used as the brain of the robot which can be programmed to control the way buttons, motors, switches, sensors, lights, and other electronic parts interact.

* Robotics (2.00 PM onwards)

Robotics participants will design, plan, program, and build a functioning robot while using an Arduino and learning how to code.
An Arduino is a micro-controntroller, a small computer used as the brain of the robot which can be programmed to control the way buttons, motors, switches, sensors, lights, and other electronic parts interact. By the end of this program participants will have learned about many of the cool ways computers and coding are everywhere in their life, and how to plan and build their own amazing devices.
These skills are highly transferable, as participants learn in an open-ended, exploratory way how to do computer programming and use electronics. They then go on to create more complex robots and more.

Starter Kit:
All participants attending the weekend MakerCamp will receive a set of materials/ components as take away to help support in similar explorations and tinkering! Supplies and lunch will be provided, though we request that participants bring their own laptop.

About MakerClub:
MakerClub is a community of makers, who share, learn & collaborate to make things they love and solve problems. We believe that Maker Skills are important 21st century skills that build a generation of informed creators. MakerClub combine tools, community, and education for the purposes of enabling community members to learn, design, prototype and create. The purpose is to providing access to community, education & resources.

MakerClub workshops help kids, teens, youth & people of all age groups to build things while learning new skills & exploring creativity. Get making now!

Website: http://makerclub.in/
Mobile: +91 9985258603
Email: makerclubin@gmail.com

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