Design, build and program a game-playing robot at our coding & robotics camp!
Test your programming and design skills against other campers - complete robotics challenges throughout the week, both solo and in teams, to become the Robotics champion!
Construct and program autonomous and remote-control robots to play robot football, navigate obstacle courses and speed around race tacks. Then compete in capture-the-flag challenges, and add a laser tag cannon to take out your opponents' machines.
For our 2024 events, we'll be using our brand new custom-designed Invent! robot. It has in-built Wifi, stepper motors for accurate motion (and even drawing), Lego compatibility and much more. Code using Python or drag-and-drop, add advanced sensors and modules to your robot, and of course, take home all of your kit to continue your robotic explorations after the camp.
Continue learning and creating after the course by taking home the full robotics kit
Learn programming in Python, a professional programming language in high demand
Our unique robotics kit and tutorials are fully designed in-house by professional engineers
Learn coding and robotics using drag-and-drop programming for younger campers, and Python for ages 13+ (no experience required). As always with Tech Camp's summer coding camps, take home your robot, controller and robotics construction kit to continue creating at home.
You'll be working on your own robot and learning exercises for much of the time, but the week is interspersed with multiple group games where you come together with other campers to compare designs, compete, and learn from others.
This is one of the most advanced educational robots available and is custom-designed by Tech Camp for our own camps and for use in education.
Build your robot
You'll start by assembling your robot. It's a super-simple process and we'll guide you through it. You'll then try it out and learn how to use different sensor modules and motion control.
The main part of the course is a series of exciting programming challenges from a magnetic minesweeper game to fully autonomous maze-solving.