Arduino Coding & RoboticsMonday March 16, 2020
6:30 PM until 8:30 PM
As part of our Arduino Coding & Robotic class your child will be taught some basic concepts of C++ programming required to operate an Arduino based robotic vehicle or any other Arduino controlled project.
In past sessions, children built vehicles designed to accomplish tasks such as picking up blocks, popping balloons, navigating a race track. The goal is to instill a strong foundation in the proper techniques of coding and designing. Projects incorporate bluetooth devices which help participants to gain an understanding of this technology. Children also learn to solder, use breadboards, and design parts printed using the 3D printer.
This is the 3rd year of holding the class.
Class will be held in the Makerspace at the Medway Library on Monday nights from 6:30 to 8:30pm.
This is a weekly commitment that runs from September through June.
Open to students 10 through 16 years of age.
class size is limited to 10 participants
Makerspace Waiver and Room Agreement forms must be completed by a legal guardian prior to workshop. Forms are available at the circulation desk.
to go to the Medway Public Library