Robotics Engineering & Coding Lab - Stanford University

Run by iD Tech

Tagged in: Science & Tech, Academics, Arts & Crafts

Be among the first to get your hands on the NVIDIA Jetson TX1, the world's most advanced system for embedded visual computing. Once the nuts and bolts of your robot have been assembled, discover coding fundamentals using Linux. Your robotics pit crew will have to overcome a series of challenges by continually re-engineering your mechanical creation and fine-tuning coded instructions, assessing performance and implementing effective design. This course features college-level STEM principles of hands-on mechanics, critical thinking, and collaboration—vital skills for any student.

Ages: 13 - 18
Level: Beg - Adv
Ability to work in a team. Each student will be provided with an individual computer and will share robotics equipment.

Check-in: Mon-Fri 8-9am. Pick-up: Mon-Thu 5-6pm; Fri 3-4pm.

Location and Program Information

Map to Stanford University

Where: Stanford University
450 Serra Mall, Stanford, California, 94305

About iD Tech
This summer, your child can explore a top campus, make friends as they master new tech skills, and join a community of more than 275,000 alumni.

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