YOUNG DESIGN MUSEUM ACADEMY Creative Workshop
Design Camp: Autumn Robot Olympics
Join us in this full-day creative workshop where we will be learning how processors work and using code to control electronics. At the end of the day, they will take home their very own Micro:Bit to continue to code and create!
Robotics challenges will vary from speed races to long jumping. There will be a full introduction to microcontrollers – small computers that can be inserted into electrical circuits to allow people to digitise the world around them.
We will go from notes on paper to writing code on a computer, using the code on our own robots and making them move. We will also learn about the history of robotics and how revolutions such as the internet of things will affect our lives in the future.
Throughout the day, there will be presentations, gallery visits and opportunities for new inventions.
All equipment, materials and light refreshments will be provided, but you’ll need to bring a packed lunch.
“It was friendly. I learned and had fun, and you could make your own project. It was about programming, something I enjoy. We also got to learn the history of videogames.”
Hoole is an Interaction Designer with half a decade of experience in the industry and skills honed in Visual Effects, Games Design, Programming, Robotics and Graphic Design. He is also a massive geek who loves 3D printing, laser cutting and anything that keeps him at the cutting edge of design and technology.
Young person: £80
Young person [early bird]: £73
Members [early bird]: £58
10% early bird up to Sunday 9 October.
This workshop is suitable for young people at secondary school, aged 11-14.
Capacity is limited, please book in advance to avoid disappointment.
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Other Design Camps
This creative workshop will introduce you to the world of coding engines and teach you to create a piece of interactive fiction.
Suitable for young people at secondary school, aged 11-14.