Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Lego Robotic camp


Robotics Holiday Camp
Kidscomp Lego Robotics Camp uses the LEGO MINDSTORMS Education set, which is the latest in educational robotics. It allows students to discover Science, Technology, Engineering and Math in a fun, engaging and hands-on way. Students combine the sturdy LEGO Technic Building set with user-friendly software and progressive curriculum activities. They learn to design programme and control Robots that carry out life-like automated tasks. At the same time as grasping importat curriculum skills, students learn to work with others to come up with new ideas and solve problems.

Kidscomp LEGO MINDSTORMS Robotics Camp covers the following technology areas:

  • Science : Investigating energy, forces and speed.
  • Technology: Programming and controlling input and output devices, using wireless communication.
  • Engineering: Developing solutions, selecting building, testing and evaluating.
  • Maths : Measuring, using co-ordinate systems, conversion and Applied Math.
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Student testing out the robot with the programme.

Completed robot SPIKE.


SPIKE as seen sideway.


Putting the finishing touch to the robot.


Robot lifting a ball.

Students listening to instrutions before the start of their robot game.



Instructor giving instructions as how to paly the game.

Students excited to start the game.

Another game where the robot need to push all objects out of the ring.


Hurray!!! the programming works.


Students sourcing for parts before they start to build their robot.

Testing time......is the robot moving???


Teacher Jin Choo giving instructions to students before the start of the camp..


Marcus fixing the finishing part.


Joshua fixing the finishing parts to his Explorer.


Carmen Ooi figuring our how to fix the wheel to the explorer.


Joshua and Marcus with their almost completed Explorer.


Students figuring out how to fix the right part by refering to the instructions on the computer.


Thinking hard how to fix the right part.


Students assembling their robot.


Students Joshua and Marcus doing the programming for the robots.



Robot lifting a ball.

Side view of the Explorer.


Explorer done by the students during the camp. It's has ultrasonic sensor and touch sensor to detect objects in its way.


Carmen Ooi with her finished mini golf.


Student Chew Kew Yan doing the programming for the robot.

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