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Inmoov – Arduino Robot Workshop

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3D Print and build sophisticated Humanoid INMOOV® Robot parts using ARDUINO®Program: Program-Engineering 1.0

• Sessions: Weekly 2hr. classes
• Locations: TBD
• Level: Int-Adv I
• Price:

$2500 |13-18yr. | 24 Sessions |*

Along with an interest in robotics, a major skill set needed for this course is the ability to work in teams. This robotics class will use the Inmoov Robot assembly and Arduino programming hobby kits customized for beginner to intermediate learners ages 7-17 (Min Age: Must turn 7 by 12-31-15). With the guidance of the Carnegie Mellon based Curriculum, the program will deliver lab based, project driven sessions building the appendages of the Inmoov Humanoid Robot.

This robotics program is ideal for students who enjoy problem-solving and want to develop interpersonal skills through working in a collaborative team setting. If you like mechanics, engineering, ever wondered about what makes things ‘Tick’ or simply have a curiosity of how things work, then this is the place for you! As students have fun building robots and competing in robotics missions, this popular robotics experience will provided in conjunction with an Arduino Robot assembly and programming kit a strong foundation for future study in computer engineering, math, mechanical engineering, and other STEM subjects.

Feel free to call us at 1-416-558-8888 so that we can meet to discuss an appropriate program that works for you, should you need assistance.

What Will You Acquire?

  • Visual programming using the EV3 software
  • Build MINDSTORMS robots that use motors
  • Programming and the use of sensors
  • Understand gears and gear ratios
  • Confidence in Robotic Engineering
  • Amazing Soft Skills (5Cs)
  • Preparation for FIRST Level Competitions

Skill Sets Gained

  • Software & Hardware Skills Development
  • Ardrino Education EV3 Base SetLEGO® MINDSTORMS® Education EV3 Software

STEM & 21st Century Skills Development

  • Problem-solving
  • Creativity
  • Collaborative teamwork
  • Adapting to new challenges


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Develop a strong connection and deep resolve within young women ages 7 to 17 for Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (STEM) through the programming, building and controlling of Robots and Drones.

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