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Robotics & Internet of Things

Circuits & Electronics

6/3/2019

Morning

349.00

Jun 3, 2019

 //  

9:00 AM

 -  

12:00 PM

 //  

West Lake Hills - Davenport Village

Beginner

 //  

7

 - 

9

 Years  

With Makey Makey and Sphero, elementary kids can begin their exploration into robotics, electronics, and embedded computing. With Makey Makey, students will connect electronic components to computers and other components for an introduction to embedded devices (think raspberry pi and arduino). They will create real physical devices that they can use to interact with a computer, and program those interactions. Next, students will design games and challenges which they’ll then program using Sphero’s programming app, as they learn to build and automate their own robots!

{"city":"austin-texas","location":"davenport-village","camp":"summer-camp-2019"}

Mobile App Development

Coding & Programming

6/3/2019

Afternoon

349.00

Jun 3, 2019

 //  

1:00 PM

 -  

4:00 PM

 //  

West Lake Hills - Davenport Village

Intermediate

 //  

9

 - 

12

 Years  

MIT App Inventor 2, Android Companion App or Emulator, Fusion Tables

{"city":"austin-texas","location":"upward-bound","camp":"summer-camp-2019"}

Game Development

Coding & Programming

6/3/2019

Morning

349

Jun 3, 2019

 //  

9:00 AM

 -  

12:00 PM

 //  

Round Rock - Upward Bound Montessori

Intermediate

 //  

9

 - 

12

 Years  

Learn about game design with everyone’s favorite game, Minecraft! With the ComputerCraft mod, students will explore how to automate building and creating their favorite game can teach them how to program using the LUA programming language. Next, students will learn Python through by building basic games in the console (maze games, madlibs, quiz games, etc.). At the end of class, students will plan their own project, implement the code, and present their findings to the group.

{"city":"austin-texas","location":"upward-bound","camp":"summer-camp-2019"}

Graphic & Web Design

Coding & Programming

6/3/2019

Afternoon

349

Jun 3, 2019

 //  

1:00 PM

 -  

4:00 PM

 //  

Round Rock - Upward Bound Montessori

Intermediate

 //  

11

 - 

15

 Years  

Learn the languages that make the web tick! Best for students with some background in website design, students will work with an HTML/ CSS webpage template to learn how to create drawings, animations, and interactive web applications. Learn the basics of the in-demand programming language, JavaScript, while learning about programming concepts. Advanced students will have an opportunity to create awesome online 2-D games like snake, pong, and whack-a-mole that can be deployed online!

{"city":"austin-texas","location":"davenport-village","camp":"summer-camp-2019"}

Robotics & Internet of Things

Circuits & Electronics

6/10/2019

Morning

349

Jun 10, 2019

 //  

9:00 AM

 -  

12:00 PM

 //  

West Lake Hills - Davenport Village

Beginner

 //  

7

 - 

9

 Years  

With Makey Makey and Sphero, elementary kids can begin their exploration into robotics, electronics, and embedded computing. With Makey Makey, students will connect electronic components to computers and other components for an introduction to embedded devices (think raspberry pi and arduino). They will create real physical devices that they can use to interact with a computer, and program those interactions. Next, students will design games and challenges which they’ll then program using Sphero’s programming app, as they learn to build and automate their own robots!

{"city":"austin-texas","location":"davenport-village","camp":"summer-camp-2019"}

Game Development

Coding & Programming

6/10/2019

Afternoon

349.00

Jun 10, 2019

 //  

1:00 PM

 -  

4:00 PM

 //  

West Lake Hills - Davenport Village

Intermediate

 //  

9

 - 

12

 Years  

Learn about game design with everyone’s favorite game, Minecraft! With the ComputerCraft mod, students will explore how to automate building and creating their favorite game can teach them how to program using the LUA programming language. Next, students will learn Python through by building basic games in the console (maze games, madlibs, quiz games, etc.). At the end of class, students will plan their own project, implement the code, and present their findings to the group.

{"city":"austin-texas","location":"headwaters-school","camp":"summer-camp-2019"}

Game Development

Coding & Programming

6/10/2019

Morning

349

Jun 10, 2019

 //  

9:00 AM

 -  

12:00 PM

 //  

Downtown - Headwaters School

Intermediate

 //  

9

 - 

12

 Years  

Learn about game design with everyone’s favorite game, Minecraft! With the ComputerCraft mod, students will explore how to automate building and creating their favorite game can teach them how to program using the LUA programming language. Next, students will learn Python through by building basic games in the console (maze games, madlibs, quiz games, etc.). At the end of class, students will plan their own project, implement the code, and present their findings to the group.

{"city":"austin-texas","location":"headwaters-school","camp":"summer-camp-2019"}

Mobile App Development

Coding & Programming

6/10/2019

Afternoon

349

Jun 10, 2019

 //  

1:00 PM

 -  

4:00 PM

 //  

Downtown - Headwaters School

Intermediate

 //  

9

 - 

12

 Years  

MIT App Inventor 2, Android Companion App or Emulator, Fusion Tables

{"city":"austin-texas","location":"concordia","camp":"summer-camp-2019"}

Graphic & Web Design

Coding & Programming

6/10/2019

Morning

349

Jun 10, 2019

 //  

9:00 AM

 -  

12:00 PM

 //  

Round Rock/Pflugerville - Concordia High School

Intermediate

 //  

11

 - 

15

 Years  

Learn the languages that make the web tick! Best for students with some background in website design, students will work with an HTML/ CSS webpage template to learn how to create drawings, animations, and interactive web applications. Learn the basics of the in-demand programming language, JavaScript, while learning about programming concepts. Advanced students will have an opportunity to create awesome online 2-D games like snake, pong, and whack-a-mole that can be deployed online!

{"city":"austin-texas","location":"concordia","camp":"summer-camp-2019"}

Robotics & Internet of Things

Circuits & Electronics

6/10/2019

Afternoon

349

Jun 10, 2019

 //  

1:00 PM

 -  

4:00 PM

 //  

Round Rock/Pflugerville - Concordia High School

Intermediate

 //  

10

 - 

13

 Years  

Do you want to learn how to make your own robots? Come explore the amazing hands on, interactive field of robotics engineering! In this course, we will introduce the basics of circuit design in order to help your students become a robotics engineer. Robotic engineering is becoming very prevalent in today’s world because engineers are constantly creating robots to do things that not only make life easier for humans, but also perform actions that are impossible for humans to do. We will be utilizing some of the basics of electrical engineering, and discussing how the basics translate up to current, state of the art research that is going on in universities across the country. Robots also need intelligence in order to do something useful for humans, and we will be programming our robots in an IDE environment by using a microcontroller. Finally, we will demonstrate how robots can take their sensory information and respond to it by performing programmable actions in our 3D world. We will be covering the very basics of electrical engineering, circuit design, and hardware debugging in this course, but some prior knowledge of using an IDE environment will be expected. Imagination and creativity are the keys to being great engineers, and we hope that this course provides a strong foundation to build upon in the future!

{"city":"austin-texas","location":"davenport-village","camp":"summer-camp-2019"}

Game Development

Coding & Programming

6/17/2019

Morning

349

Jun 17, 2019

 //  

9:00 AM

 -  

12:00 PM

 //  

West Lake Hills - Davenport Village

Intermediate

 //  

9

 - 

12

 Years  

Learn about game design with everyone’s favorite game, Minecraft! With the ComputerCraft mod, students will explore how to automate building and creating their favorite game can teach them how to program using the LUA programming language. Next, students will learn Python through by building basic games in the console (maze games, madlibs, quiz games, etc.). At the end of class, students will plan their own project, implement the code, and present their findings to the group.

{"city":"austin-texas","location":"davenport-village","camp":"summer-camp-2019"}

Graphic & Web Design

Coding & Programming

6/17/2019

Afternoon

349.00

Jun 17, 2019

 //  

1:00 PM

 -  

4:00 PM

 //  

West Lake Hills - Davenport Village

Intermediate

 //  

11

 - 

15

 Years  

Learn the languages that make the web tick! Best for students with some background in website design, students will work with an HTML/ CSS webpage template to learn how to create drawings, animations, and interactive web applications. Learn the basics of the in-demand programming language, JavaScript, while learning about programming concepts. Advanced students will have an opportunity to create awesome online 2-D games like snake, pong, and whack-a-mole that can be deployed online!

{"city":"austin-texas","location":"headwaters-school","camp":"summer-camp-2019"}

Graphic & Web Design

Coding & Programming

6/17/2019

Morning

349

Jun 17, 2019

 //  

9:00 AM

 -  

12:00 PM

 //  

Downtown - Headwaters School

Intermediate

 //  

11

 - 

15

 Years  

Learn the languages that make the web tick! Best for students with some background in website design, students will work with an HTML/ CSS webpage template to learn how to create drawings, animations, and interactive web applications. Learn the basics of the in-demand programming language, JavaScript, while learning about programming concepts. Advanced students will have an opportunity to create awesome online 2-D games like snake, pong, and whack-a-mole that can be deployed online!

{"city":"austin-texas","location":"headwaters-school","camp":"summer-camp-2019"}

Robotics & Internet of Things

Circuits & Electronics

6/17/2019

Afternoon

349

Jun 17, 2019

 //  

1:00 PM

 -  

4:00 PM

 //  

Downtown - Headwaters School

Intermediate

 //  

10

 - 

13

 Years  

Do you want to learn how to make your own robots? Come explore the amazing hands on, interactive field of robotics engineering! In this course, we will introduce the basics of circuit design in order to help your students become a robotics engineer. Robotic engineering is becoming very prevalent in today’s world because engineers are constantly creating robots to do things that not only make life easier for humans, but also perform actions that are impossible for humans to do. We will be utilizing some of the basics of electrical engineering, and discussing how the basics translate up to current, state of the art research that is going on in universities across the country. Robots also need intelligence in order to do something useful for humans, and we will be programming our robots in an IDE environment by using a microcontroller. Finally, we will demonstrate how robots can take their sensory information and respond to it by performing programmable actions in our 3D world. We will be covering the very basics of electrical engineering, circuit design, and hardware debugging in this course, but some prior knowledge of using an IDE environment will be expected. Imagination and creativity are the keys to being great engineers, and we hope that this course provides a strong foundation to build upon in the future!

{"city":"austin-texas","location":"upward-bound","camp":"summer-camp-2019"}

Robotics & Internet of Things

Circuits & Electronics

6/17/2019

Morning

349

Jun 17, 2019

 //  

9:00 AM

 -  

12:00 PM

 //  

Round Rock - Upward Bound Montessori

Beginner

 //  

7

 - 

9

 Years  

With Makey Makey and Sphero, elementary kids can begin their exploration into robotics, electronics, and embedded computing. With Makey Makey, students will connect electronic components to computers and other components for an introduction to embedded devices (think raspberry pi and arduino). They will create real physical devices that they can use to interact with a computer, and program those interactions. Next, students will design games and challenges which they’ll then program using Sphero’s programming app, as they learn to build and automate their own robots!

{"city":"austin-texas","location":"upward-bound","camp":"summer-camp-2019"}

Mobile App Development

Coding & Programming

6/17/2019

Afternoon

349

Jun 17, 2019

 //  

1:00 PM

 -  

4:00 PM

 //  

Round Rock - Upward Bound Montessori

Intermediate

 //  

9

 - 

12

 Years  

MIT App Inventor 2, Android Companion App or Emulator, Fusion Tables

{"city":"austin-texas","location":"davenport-village","camp":"summer-camp-2019"}

Mobile App Development

Coding & Programming

6/24/2019

Morning

349.00

Jun 24, 2019

 //  

9:00 AM

 -  

12:00 PM

 //  

West Lake Hills - Davenport Village

Intermediate

 //  

9

 - 

12

 Years  

MIT App Inventor 2, Android Companion App or Emulator, Fusion Tables

{"city":"austin-texas","location":"davenport-village","camp":"summer-camp-2019"}

Robotics & Internet of Things

Circuits & Electronics

6/24/2019

Afternoon

349

Jun 24, 2019

 //  

1:00 PM

 -  

4:00 PM

 //  

West Lake Hills - Davenport Village

Intermediate

 //  

10

 - 

13

 Years  

Do you want to learn how to make your own robots? Come explore the amazing hands on, interactive field of robotics engineering! In this course, we will introduce the basics of circuit design in order to help your students become a robotics engineer. Robotic engineering is becoming very prevalent in today’s world because engineers are constantly creating robots to do things that not only make life easier for humans, but also perform actions that are impossible for humans to do. We will be utilizing some of the basics of electrical engineering, and discussing how the basics translate up to current, state of the art research that is going on in universities across the country. Robots also need intelligence in order to do something useful for humans, and we will be programming our robots in an IDE environment by using a microcontroller. Finally, we will demonstrate how robots can take their sensory information and respond to it by performing programmable actions in our 3D world. We will be covering the very basics of electrical engineering, circuit design, and hardware debugging in this course, but some prior knowledge of using an IDE environment will be expected. Imagination and creativity are the keys to being great engineers, and we hope that this course provides a strong foundation to build upon in the future!

{"city":"austin-texas","location":"headwaters-school","camp":"summer-camp-2019"}

Robotics & Internet of Things

Circuits & Electronics

6/24/2019

Morning

349

Jun 24, 2019

 //  

9:00 AM

 -  

12:00 PM

 //  

Downtown - Headwaters School

Beginner

 //  

7

 - 

9

 Years  

With Makey Makey and Sphero, elementary kids can begin their exploration into robotics, electronics, and embedded computing. With Makey Makey, students will connect electronic components to computers and other components for an introduction to embedded devices (think raspberry pi and arduino). They will create real physical devices that they can use to interact with a computer, and program those interactions. Next, students will design games and challenges which they’ll then program using Sphero’s programming app, as they learn to build and automate their own robots!

{"city":"austin-texas","location":"headwaters-school","camp":"summer-camp-2019"}

Graphic & Web Design

Coding & Programming

6/24/2019

Afternoon

349

Jun 24, 2019

 //  

1:00 PM

 -  

4:00 PM

 //  

Downtown - Headwaters School

Intermediate

 //  

11

 - 

15

 Years  

Learn the languages that make the web tick! Best for students with some background in website design, students will work with an HTML/ CSS webpage template to learn how to create drawings, animations, and interactive web applications. Learn the basics of the in-demand programming language, JavaScript, while learning about programming concepts. Advanced students will have an opportunity to create awesome online 2-D games like snake, pong, and whack-a-mole that can be deployed online!

{"city":"austin-texas","location":"concordia","camp":"summer-camp-2019"}

Game Development

Coding & Programming

6/24/2019

Morning

349

Jun 24, 2019

 //  

9:00 AM

 -  

12:00 PM

 //  

Round Rock/Pflugerville - Concordia High School

Intermediate

 //  

9

 - 

12

 Years  

Learn about game design with everyone’s favorite game, Minecraft! With the ComputerCraft mod, students will explore how to automate building and creating their favorite game can teach them how to program using the LUA programming language. Next, students will learn Python through by building basic games in the console (maze games, madlibs, quiz games, etc.). At the end of class, students will plan their own project, implement the code, and present their findings to the group.

{"city":"austin-texas","location":"concordia","camp":"summer-camp-2019"}

Robotics & Internet of Things

Circuits & Electronics

6/24/2019

Afternoon

349

Jun 24, 2019

 //  

1:00 PM

 -  

4:00 PM

 //  

Round Rock/Pflugerville - Concordia High School

Intermediate

 //  

10

 - 

13

 Years  

Do you want to learn how to make your own robots? Come explore the amazing hands on, interactive field of robotics engineering! In this course, we will introduce the basics of circuit design in order to help your students become a robotics engineer. Robotic engineering is becoming very prevalent in today’s world because engineers are constantly creating robots to do things that not only make life easier for humans, but also perform actions that are impossible for humans to do. We will be utilizing some of the basics of electrical engineering, and discussing how the basics translate up to current, state of the art research that is going on in universities across the country. Robots also need intelligence in order to do something useful for humans, and we will be programming our robots in an IDE environment by using a microcontroller. Finally, we will demonstrate how robots can take their sensory information and respond to it by performing programmable actions in our 3D world. We will be covering the very basics of electrical engineering, circuit design, and hardware debugging in this course, but some prior knowledge of using an IDE environment will be expected. Imagination and creativity are the keys to being great engineers, and we hope that this course provides a strong foundation to build upon in the future!

{"city":"austin-texas","location":"davenport-village","camp":"summer-camp-2019"}

Graphic & Web Design

Coding & Programming

7/8/2019

Morning

349.00

Jul 8, 2019

 //  

9:00 AM

 -  

12:00 PM

 //  

West Lake Hills - Davenport Village

Intermediate

 //  

11

 - 

15

 Years  

Learn the languages that make the web tick! Best for students with some background in website design, students will work with an HTML/ CSS webpage template to learn how to create drawings, animations, and interactive web applications. Learn the basics of the in-demand programming language, JavaScript, while learning about programming concepts. Advanced students will have an opportunity to create awesome online 2-D games like snake, pong, and whack-a-mole that can be deployed online!

{"city":"austin-texas","location":"davenport-village","camp":"summer-camp-2019"}

Robotics & Internet of Things

Circuits & Electronics

7/8/2019

Afternoon

349

Jul 8, 2019

 //  

1:00 PM

 -  

4:00 PM

 //  

West Lake Hills - Davenport Village

Intermediate

 //  

10

 - 

13

 Years  

Do you want to learn how to make your own robots? Come explore the amazing hands on, interactive field of robotics engineering! In this course, we will introduce the basics of circuit design in order to help your students become a robotics engineer. Robotic engineering is becoming very prevalent in today’s world because engineers are constantly creating robots to do things that not only make life easier for humans, but also perform actions that are impossible for humans to do. We will be utilizing some of the basics of electrical engineering, and discussing how the basics translate up to current, state of the art research that is going on in universities across the country. Robots also need intelligence in order to do something useful for humans, and we will be programming our robots in an IDE environment by using a microcontroller. Finally, we will demonstrate how robots can take their sensory information and respond to it by performing programmable actions in our 3D world. We will be covering the very basics of electrical engineering, circuit design, and hardware debugging in this course, but some prior knowledge of using an IDE environment will be expected. Imagination and creativity are the keys to being great engineers, and we hope that this course provides a strong foundation to build upon in the future!

{"city":"austin-texas","location":"headwaters-school","camp":"summer-camp-2019"}

Game Development

Coding & Programming

7/8/2019

Morning

349

Jul 8, 2019

 //  

9:00 AM

 -  

12:00 PM

 //  

Downtown - Headwaters School

Intermediate

 //  

9

 - 

12

 Years  

Learn about game design with everyone’s favorite game, Minecraft! With the ComputerCraft mod, students will explore how to automate building and creating their favorite game can teach them how to program using the LUA programming language. Next, students will learn Python through by building basic games in the console (maze games, madlibs, quiz games, etc.). At the end of class, students will plan their own project, implement the code, and present their findings to the group.

{"city":"austin-texas","location":"headwaters-school","camp":"summer-camp-2019"}

Mobile App Development

Coding & Programming

7/8/2019

Afternoon

349

Jul 8, 2019

 //  

1:00 PM

 -  

4:00 PM

 //  

Downtown - Headwaters School

Intermediate

 //  

9

 - 

12

 Years  

MIT App Inventor 2, Android Companion App or Emulator, Fusion Tables

{"city":"austin-texas","location":"upward-bound","camp":"summer-camp-2019"}

Robotics & Internet of Things

Circuits & Electronics

7/8/2019

Morning

349

Jul 8, 2019

 //  

9:00 AM

 -  

12:00 PM

 //  

Round Rock - Upward Bound Montessori

Beginner

 //  

7

 - 

9

 Years  

With Makey Makey and Sphero, elementary kids can begin their exploration into robotics, electronics, and embedded computing. With Makey Makey, students will connect electronic components to computers and other components for an introduction to embedded devices (think raspberry pi and arduino). They will create real physical devices that they can use to interact with a computer, and program those interactions. Next, students will design games and challenges which they’ll then program using Sphero’s programming app, as they learn to build and automate their own robots!

{"city":"austin-texas","location":"upward-bound","camp":"summer-camp-2019"}

Game Development

Coding & Programming

7/8/2019

Afternoon

349

Jul 8, 2019

 //  

1:00 PM

 -  

4:00 PM

 //  

Round Rock - Upward Bound Montessori

Intermediate

 //  

9

 - 

12

 Years  

Learn about game design with everyone’s favorite game, Minecraft! With the ComputerCraft mod, students will explore how to automate building and creating their favorite game can teach them how to program using the LUA programming language. Next, students will learn Python through by building basic games in the console (maze games, madlibs, quiz games, etc.). At the end of class, students will plan their own project, implement the code, and present their findings to the group.

{"city":"austin-texas","location":"davenport-village","camp":"summer-camp-2019"}

Mobile App Development

Coding & Programming

7/15/2019

Morning

349

Jul 15, 2019

 //  

9:00 AM

 -  

12:00 PM

 //  

West Lake Hills - Davenport Village

Intermediate

 //  

9

 - 

12

 Years  

MIT App Inventor 2, Android Companion App or Emulator, Fusion Tables

{"city":"austin-texas","location":"davenport-village","camp":"summer-camp-2019"}

Robotics & Internet of Things

Circuits & Electronics

7/15/2019

Afternoon

349

Jul 15, 2019

 //  

1:00 PM

 -  

4:00 PM

 //  

West Lake Hills - Davenport Village

Intermediate

 //  

10

 - 

13

 Years  

Do you want to learn how to make your own robots? Come explore the amazing hands on, interactive field of robotics engineering! In this course, we will introduce the basics of circuit design in order to help your students become a robotics engineer. Robotic engineering is becoming very prevalent in today’s world because engineers are constantly creating robots to do things that not only make life easier for humans, but also perform actions that are impossible for humans to do. We will be utilizing some of the basics of electrical engineering, and discussing how the basics translate up to current, state of the art research that is going on in universities across the country. Robots also need intelligence in order to do something useful for humans, and we will be programming our robots in an IDE environment by using a microcontroller. Finally, we will demonstrate how robots can take their sensory information and respond to it by performing programmable actions in our 3D world. We will be covering the very basics of electrical engineering, circuit design, and hardware debugging in this course, but some prior knowledge of using an IDE environment will be expected. Imagination and creativity are the keys to being great engineers, and we hope that this course provides a strong foundation to build upon in the future!

{"city":"austin-texas","location":"headwaters-school","camp":"summer-camp-2019"}

Robotics & Internet of Things

Circuits & Electronics

7/15/2019

Morning

349

Jul 15, 2019

 //  

9:00 AM

 -  

12:00 PM

 //  

Downtown - Headwaters School

Beginner

 //  

7

 - 

9

 Years  

With Makey Makey and Sphero, elementary kids can begin their exploration into robotics, electronics, and embedded computing. With Makey Makey, students will connect electronic components to computers and other components for an introduction to embedded devices (think raspberry pi and arduino). They will create real physical devices that they can use to interact with a computer, and program those interactions. Next, students will design games and challenges which they’ll then program using Sphero’s programming app, as they learn to build and automate their own robots!

{"city":"austin-texas","location":"headwaters-school","camp":"summer-camp-2019"}

Graphic & Web Design

Coding & Programming

7/15/2019

Afternoon

349

Jul 15, 2019

 //  

1:00 PM

 -  

4:00 PM

 //  

Downtown - Headwaters School

Intermediate

 //  

11

 - 

15

 Years  

Learn the languages that make the web tick! Best for students with some background in website design, students will work with an HTML/ CSS webpage template to learn how to create drawings, animations, and interactive web applications. Learn the basics of the in-demand programming language, JavaScript, while learning about programming concepts. Advanced students will have an opportunity to create awesome online 2-D games like snake, pong, and whack-a-mole that can be deployed online!

{"city":"austin-texas","location":"concordia","camp":"summer-camp-2019"}

Game Development

Coding & Programming

7/15/2019

Morning

349

Jul 15, 2019

 //  

9:00 AM

 -  

12:00 PM

 //  

Round Rock/Pflugerville - Concordia High School

Intermediate

 //  

9

 - 

12

 Years  

Learn about game design with everyone’s favorite game, Minecraft! With the ComputerCraft mod, students will explore how to automate building and creating their favorite game can teach them how to program using the LUA programming language. Next, students will learn Python through by building basic games in the console (maze games, madlibs, quiz games, etc.). At the end of class, students will plan their own project, implement the code, and present their findings to the group.

{"city":"austin-texas","location":"concordia","camp":"summer-camp-2019"}

Robotics & Internet of Things

Circuits & Electronics

7/15/2019

Afternoon

349

Jul 15, 2019

 //  

1:00 PM

 -  

4:00 PM

 //  

Round Rock/Pflugerville - Concordia High School

Intermediate

 //  

10

 - 

13

 Years  

Do you want to learn how to make your own robots? Come explore the amazing hands on, interactive field of robotics engineering! In this course, we will introduce the basics of circuit design in order to help your students become a robotics engineer. Robotic engineering is becoming very prevalent in today’s world because engineers are constantly creating robots to do things that not only make life easier for humans, but also perform actions that are impossible for humans to do. We will be utilizing some of the basics of electrical engineering, and discussing how the basics translate up to current, state of the art research that is going on in universities across the country. Robots also need intelligence in order to do something useful for humans, and we will be programming our robots in an IDE environment by using a microcontroller. Finally, we will demonstrate how robots can take their sensory information and respond to it by performing programmable actions in our 3D world. We will be covering the very basics of electrical engineering, circuit design, and hardware debugging in this course, but some prior knowledge of using an IDE environment will be expected. Imagination and creativity are the keys to being great engineers, and we hope that this course provides a strong foundation to build upon in the future!

{"city":"austin-texas","location":"davenport-village","camp":"summer-camp-2019"}

Game Development

Coding & Programming

7/22/2019

Morning

349

Jul 22, 2019

 //  

9:00 AM

 -  

12:00 PM

 //  

West Lake Hills - Davenport Village

Intermediate

 //  

9

 - 

12

 Years  

Learn about game design with everyone’s favorite game, Minecraft! With the ComputerCraft mod, students will explore how to automate building and creating their favorite game can teach them how to program using the LUA programming language. Next, students will learn Python through by building basic games in the console (maze games, madlibs, quiz games, etc.). At the end of class, students will plan their own project, implement the code, and present their findings to the group.

{"city":"austin-texas","location":"davenport-village","camp":"summer-camp-2019"}

Graphic & Web Design

Coding & Programming

7/22/2019

Afternoon

349

Jul 22, 2019

 //  

1:00 PM

 -  

4:00 PM

 //  

West Lake Hills - Davenport Village

Intermediate

 //  

11

 - 

15

 Years  

Learn the languages that make the web tick! Best for students with some background in website design, students will work with an HTML/ CSS webpage template to learn how to create drawings, animations, and interactive web applications. Learn the basics of the in-demand programming language, JavaScript, while learning about programming concepts. Advanced students will have an opportunity to create awesome online 2-D games like snake, pong, and whack-a-mole that can be deployed online!

{"city":"austin-texas","location":"headwaters-school","camp":"summer-camp-2019"}

Mobile App Development

Coding & Programming

7/22/2019

Morning

349

Jul 22, 2019

 //  

9:00 AM

 -  

12:00 PM

 //  

Downtown - Headwaters School

Intermediate

 //  

9

 - 

12

 Years  

MIT App Inventor 2, Android Companion App or Emulator, Fusion Tables

{"city":"austin-texas","location":"headwaters-school","camp":"summer-camp-2019"}

Robotics & Internet of Things

Circuits & Electronics

7/22/2019

Afternoon

349

Jul 22, 2019

 //  

1:00 PM

 -  

4:00 PM

 //  

Downtown - Headwaters School

Intermediate

 //  

10

 - 

13

 Years  

Do you want to learn how to make your own robots? Come explore the amazing hands on, interactive field of robotics engineering! In this course, we will introduce the basics of circuit design in order to help your students become a robotics engineer. Robotic engineering is becoming very prevalent in today’s world because engineers are constantly creating robots to do things that not only make life easier for humans, but also perform actions that are impossible for humans to do. We will be utilizing some of the basics of electrical engineering, and discussing how the basics translate up to current, state of the art research that is going on in universities across the country. Robots also need intelligence in order to do something useful for humans, and we will be programming our robots in an IDE environment by using a microcontroller. Finally, we will demonstrate how robots can take their sensory information and respond to it by performing programmable actions in our 3D world. We will be covering the very basics of electrical engineering, circuit design, and hardware debugging in this course, but some prior knowledge of using an IDE environment will be expected. Imagination and creativity are the keys to being great engineers, and we hope that this course provides a strong foundation to build upon in the future!

{"city":"austin-texas","location":"upward-bound","camp":"summer-camp-2019"}

Robotics & Internet of Things

Circuits & Electronics

7/22/2019

Morning

349

Jul 22, 2019

 //  

9:00 AM

 -  

12:00 AM

 //  

Round Rock - Upward Bound Montessori

Beginner

 //  

7

 - 

9

 Years  

With Makey Makey and Sphero, elementary kids can begin their exploration into robotics, electronics, and embedded computing. With Makey Makey, students will connect electronic components to computers and other components for an introduction to embedded devices (think raspberry pi and arduino). They will create real physical devices that they can use to interact with a computer, and program those interactions. Next, students will design games and challenges which they’ll then program using Sphero’s programming app, as they learn to build and automate their own robots!

{"city":"austin-texas","location":"upward-bound","camp":"summer-camp-2019"}

Mobile App Development

Coding & Programming

7/22/2019

Afternoon

349

Jul 22, 2019

 //  

1:00 PM

 -  

4:00 PM

 //  

Round Rock - Upward Bound Montessori

Intermediate

 //  

9

 - 

12

 Years  

MIT App Inventor 2, Android Companion App or Emulator, Fusion Tables

{"city":"austin-texas","location":"davenport-village","camp":"summer-camp-2019"}

Robotics & Internet of Things

Circuits & Electronics

7/29/2019

Morning

349

Jul 29, 2019

 //  

9:00 AM

 -  

12:00 PM

 //  

West Lake Hills - Davenport Village

Beginner

 //  

7

 - 

9

 Years  

With Makey Makey and Sphero, elementary kids can begin their exploration into robotics, electronics, and embedded computing. With Makey Makey, students will connect electronic components to computers and other components for an introduction to embedded devices (think raspberry pi and arduino). They will create real physical devices that they can use to interact with a computer, and program those interactions. Next, students will design games and challenges which they’ll then program using Sphero’s programming app, as they learn to build and automate their own robots!

{"city":"austin-texas","location":"davenport-village","camp":"summer-camp-2019"}

Game Development

Coding & Programming

7/29/2019

Afternoon

349

Jul 29, 2019

 //  

1:00 PM

 -  

4:00 PM

 //  

West Lake Hills - Davenport Village

Intermediate

 //  

9

 - 

12

 Years  

Learn about game design with everyone’s favorite game, Minecraft! With the ComputerCraft mod, students will explore how to automate building and creating their favorite game can teach them how to program using the LUA programming language. Next, students will learn Python through by building basic games in the console (maze games, madlibs, quiz games, etc.). At the end of class, students will plan their own project, implement the code, and present their findings to the group.

{"city":"austin-texas","location":"headwaters-school","camp":"summer-camp-2019"}

Game Development

Coding & Programming

7/29/2019

Morning

349

Jul 29, 2019

 //  

9:00 AM

 -  

12:00 PM

 //  

Downtown - Headwaters School

Intermediate

 //  

9

 - 

12

 Years  

Learn about game design with everyone’s favorite game, Minecraft! With the ComputerCraft mod, students will explore how to automate building and creating their favorite game can teach them how to program using the LUA programming language. Next, students will learn Python through by building basic games in the console (maze games, madlibs, quiz games, etc.). At the end of class, students will plan their own project, implement the code, and present their findings to the group.

{"city":"austin-texas","location":"headwaters-school","camp":"summer-camp-2019"}

Robotics & Internet of Things

Circuits & Electronics

7/29/2019

Afternoon

349

Jul 29, 2019

 //  

1:00 PM

 -  

4:00 PM

 //  

Downtown - Headwaters School

Beginner

 //  

7

 - 

9

 Years  

With Makey Makey and Sphero, elementary kids can begin their exploration into robotics, electronics, and embedded computing. With Makey Makey, students will connect electronic components to computers and other components for an introduction to embedded devices (think raspberry pi and arduino). They will create real physical devices that they can use to interact with a computer, and program those interactions. Next, students will design games and challenges which they’ll then program using Sphero’s programming app, as they learn to build and automate their own robots!

{"city":"austin-texas","location":"concordia","camp":"summer-camp-2019"}

Graphic & Web Design

Coding & Programming

7/29/2019

Morning

349

Jul 29, 2019

 //  

9:00 AM

 -  

12:00 PM

 //  

Round Rock/Pflugerville - Concordia High School

Intermediate

 //  

11

 - 

15

 Years  

Learn the languages that make the web tick! Best for students with some background in website design, students will work with an HTML/ CSS webpage template to learn how to create drawings, animations, and interactive web applications. Learn the basics of the in-demand programming language, JavaScript, while learning about programming concepts. Advanced students will have an opportunity to create awesome online 2-D games like snake, pong, and whack-a-mole that can be deployed online!

{"city":"austin-texas","location":"concordia","camp":"summer-camp-2019"}

Robotics & Internet of Things

Circuits & Electronics

7/29/2019

Afternoon

349

Jul 29, 2019

 //  

1:00 PM

 -  

4:00 PM

 //  

Round Rock/Pflugerville - Concordia High School

Intermediate

 //  

10

 - 

13

 Years  

Do you want to learn how to make your own robots? Come explore the amazing hands on, interactive field of robotics engineering! In this course, we will introduce the basics of circuit design in order to help your students become a robotics engineer. Robotic engineering is becoming very prevalent in today’s world because engineers are constantly creating robots to do things that not only make life easier for humans, but also perform actions that are impossible for humans to do. We will be utilizing some of the basics of electrical engineering, and discussing how the basics translate up to current, state of the art research that is going on in universities across the country. Robots also need intelligence in order to do something useful for humans, and we will be programming our robots in an IDE environment by using a microcontroller. Finally, we will demonstrate how robots can take their sensory information and respond to it by performing programmable actions in our 3D world. We will be covering the very basics of electrical engineering, circuit design, and hardware debugging in this course, but some prior knowledge of using an IDE environment will be expected. Imagination and creativity are the keys to being great engineers, and we hope that this course provides a strong foundation to build upon in the future!

{"city":"austin-texas","location":"davenport-village","camp":"summer-camp-2019"}

Robotics & Internet of Things

Circuits & Electronics

8/5/2019

Morning

349

Aug 5, 2019

 //  

9:00 AM

 -  

12:00 PM

 //  

West Lake Hills - Davenport Village

Beginner

 //  

7

 - 

9

 Years  

With Makey Makey and Sphero, elementary kids can begin their exploration into robotics, electronics, and embedded computing. With Makey Makey, students will connect electronic components to computers and other components for an introduction to embedded devices (think raspberry pi and arduino). They will create real physical devices that they can use to interact with a computer, and program those interactions. Next, students will design games and challenges which they’ll then program using Sphero’s programming app, as they learn to build and automate their own robots!

{"city":"austin-texas","location":"davenport-village","camp":"summer-camp-2019"}

Mobile App Development

Coding & Programming

8/5/2019

Afternoon

349

Aug 5, 2019

 //  

1:00 PM

 -  

4:00 PM

 //  

West Lake Hills - Davenport Village

Intermediate

 //  

9

 - 

12

 Years  

MIT App Inventor 2, Android Companion App or Emulator, Fusion Tables

{"city":"austin-texas","location":"upward-bound","camp":"summer-camp-2019"}

Game Development

Coding & Programming

8/5/2019

Morning

349

Aug 5, 2019

 //  

9:00 AM

 -  

12:00 PM

 //  

Round Rock - Upward Bound Montessori

Intermediate

 //  

9

 - 

12

 Years  

Learn about game design with everyone’s favorite game, Minecraft! With the ComputerCraft mod, students will explore how to automate building and creating their favorite game can teach them how to program using the LUA programming language. Next, students will learn Python through by building basic games in the console (maze games, madlibs, quiz games, etc.). At the end of class, students will plan their own project, implement the code, and present their findings to the group.

{"city":"austin-texas","location":"upward-bound","camp":"summer-camp-2019"}

Graphic & Web Design

Coding & Programming

8/5/2019

Afternoon

349

Aug 5, 2019

 //  

1:00 PM

 -  

4:00 PM

 //  

Round Rock - Upward Bound Montessori

Intermediate

 //  

11

 - 

15

 Years  

Learn the languages that make the web tick! Best for students with some background in website design, students will work with an HTML/ CSS webpage template to learn how to create drawings, animations, and interactive web applications. Learn the basics of the in-demand programming language, JavaScript, while learning about programming concepts. Advanced students will have an opportunity to create awesome online 2-D games like snake, pong, and whack-a-mole that can be deployed online!

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