Programming on computers, working with sensors, motion detectors, LEDs, and more
- 100 US dollars$100
- The June Bug Center
Students will learn how microcontrollers are used to control devices such as LEDs, temperature and humidity sensors, infrared motion detectors, ultrasonic distance sensors, active and passive buzzers, water level detectors, and a variety of other sensors. Such sensors make up the Internet of Things (IoT) that is extending the traditional Internet. Students will build circuits containing these devices and write code that will make the devices work. They will program in PictoBlox, a visual programming tool and Python, one of the most popular and widely used programming languages. For students aged 11 years old to 18 years old. This camp includes a t-shirt, snack, and all learning materials are provided.
Registration fees are fully refundable if cancellation is made before the program registration is closed: 2 days before the program begins, for summer camps, the Wednesday before the camp begins. If cancellation is made after registration is closed, only 50% of the registration fee will be refunded unless otherwise noted by the program description.
251 Parkway Lane South, Floyd, VA, USA
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