Science Centre, KidsSTOP™ and Omni-Theatre are closed on 25 June 2018.

The Crane exhibit in KidsSTOP™'s Built Environment is under maintenance. Sorry for the inconvenience!

Please note that the Science Centre exhibitions will be closed on all Mondays except school and public holidays. Lab lessons for schools will continue as per normal on closure days. We thank you for your understanding.

 

Industrial robots can perform a myriad of tasks such as welding, assembling and even cooking with uncanny precision and efficiency. With the industrial robotics market tipped to exceed US$40 billion in 2020, the area of industrial robots is certainly an exciting area of future growth.
In this workshop, participants will be heavily involved in building an X-Y robot arm from scratch by learning about and using its constituent components. Participants will also be taught programming languages used on two very popular platforms - the Arduino Uno and the Raspberry Pi to control the self-assembled robot arm. The last segment of the workshop will see participants learn about and use basic computer vision routines to detect objects of various sizes.

Objectives:
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Delivery Type Hands On Workshop
Level S3, S4, S5, JC1, JC2
Number of Pax 10 to 18
Duration 3.00 hours
Timing  
Fees $200

 

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