Looking for an exciting and challenging summer activity? The Templeton Robotics Club is hosting a week-long robotics camp in August for students interested in engineering and technology.
Our robotics camp offers a hands-on experience that guides students through the entire process of building a robot from scratch. Students will learn how to construct the chassis and wire the electronics of a robot used to compete in the FIRST Robotics Competition. Additionally, students will explore the world of programming using Python, learning how to control a robot's movements and reactions through code. By the end of the camp, students will have gained valuable skills in robotics, programming, and teamwork.
Building a robot can provide attendees with invaluable experience in the field of engineering. Attendees will gain hands-on experience in building and troubleshooting a robot, while also developing problem-solving skills and critical thinking abilities.
Our program helps attendees understand the key components of robots, including mechanical and electronic elements, and how they work together to create a functioning robot.
Overall, by experimenting with different coding and designing techniques, a robotics camp provides a collaborative and engaging environment for attendees to develop their design skills and bring their creative ideas to fruition.