For children aged 12 -18.
Win the future while having fun with a 24-hour Robotics course!
Specially designed for children to develop their analytical skills and logical thinking and bring out their potential.
Arduino is a prototype platform (open-source) based on easy-to-use hardware and software.
It consists of:
a circuit board that can be programmed (microcontroller).
a ready-made software (Autodesk Tinkercad), which simulates Arduino IDE (Integrated Development Environment), used to write and upload the computer code to the physical board.
With no prior coding experience, children will:
learn the basics of electronics.
learn the Arduino programming language.
program basic Arduino examples.
prototype circuits and connect them to the Arduino to make the circuits work.
explore extra code examples for traffic lights, police sirens, smart blind sticks, smart doors, servo motor library, and LDR street lighting systems.
explore online resources for extending the knowledge about Arduino microcontroller capabilities.
Learn by using:
I. Getting Started with Arduino Programming
II. Basic Concepts of Arduino Programming
III. Arduino I/O Functions
IV. Arduino Time
V. Arduino Displays
VI. Arduino Sensors
VII. Real-Life Projects