Summer camp season is over with our last camp wrapped up last week. Kids had lots of fun developing computer games in Python and getting introduced to robotics and 3d printing. We would like to thank all parents who have invested in their kids education and thank all instructors and volunteers that made this program a success.
Camp material, sounds, images and Python exercises and game can be downloaded here.
Many students took their work home on a USB drive. If anyone of you is missing their code and would like to get a copy, please contact us and we will be happy to send it to you.
Traditionally I’m posing some of the photos from last week:
All the websites guys have built through the week can be found below:
And of course the photos!
Some of the photos from our Lego Robotics camp this week.
Out camp is coming to an end. We have covered a lot of ground on Python and now know much more about building blocks of this programming language. We have put together a real computer game and learned about robotics programming using NAO robots.
Here are some photos from the camp. Game files are here.
I would like to congratulate all participants with completion of our intermediate level program on Python/NAO programming. I would also thank all parents for making their child development a priority. Special thanks to our volunteers. Your time and patience is highly appreciated. I’m posting here the links to all course examples we worked on last week as well as some more photos.
Link to Python and all resources files are here.
Link to Pygame installer (is needed to run some programs from the course) is here.
Some of the moments from our ongoing Intermediate Level Python Coding camp.
Already left behind networking, classes and files operations.
Had some introduction to electronic prototyping hardware on Thursday. Controllers, motors & sensors.
Learn hard and play hard.
It was a fun week. We have learned a lot about Python coding and a bit about robotics while having fun with our NAO robots.
As I have promised our guys I’m sharing the files and the base code of the game we were working on. There are some extra sounds, images, backgrounds for you to play with. Please don’t stop experimenting and share what you come up with.
Please note that in order to be able to open files you will need to have Python installed on your computer. You can get the latest version of Python from www.python.org
And some of the photos from our camp
And finally some vide moments from our camp
We have just wrapped up our spring program of Lego EV3 and NAO + Python for beginners. Here is our last NAO class celebrating 🙂
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