See for yourself how easy and fun robotics with RoboCamp can be! The demo package includes several complete exercises in robotics designed by RoboCamp team for various robotics kits, which you can try out in your school. And if you don't have any robotics kit yet, you can try out game development by using Scratch – educational programming language available online and offline.
This demo account is available for 30 days from the moment you activate it.
Robotics lessons designed to inspire and teach, which you can test to your heart’s content for 30 days. Resources for robotics lesson plans include:
extensive introduction illustrated with graphics and animations,
detailed instructions for building the robot,
step-by-step programming guide,
educational mini games and other extras.
Compatible robotic kit:
LEGO WeDo 1.0 #9580;
LEGO WeDo 2.0 #45300;
LEGO® MINDSTORMS® Education EV3 #45544;
LEGO WeDo 1.0 programming software;
LEGO WeDo 2.0 programming software;
LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 programming software;
Computer with Internet connection.
SANTA CLAUS'S SLEIGH
Building and programming Santa’s sleigh will surely make your students feel the Christmas cheer! It also creates a great opportunity to learn about traditions from all corners of the world. Robot designed for: LEGO Education® MINDSTORMS® EV3 Home (#45544) and Scratch 3.0.
SANTA CLAUS'S SLEIGH
Winter holidays are a good opportunity to learn and have fun! Robotic Santa’s sleigh consists of a remotely controlled sleigh with Santa in the front and two friendly reindeers. Robot designed for: LEGO® MINDSTORMS® EV3 Home (#31313) and LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 Home programming app.
This robot may not fly, but it moves fast thanks to an advanced gear transmission that you’ll learn to assemble and program. Learn about aviation history and how many years it took to turn dreams about flying into reality.
This horse is living any horse’s dream - running all day long. And you can learn a lot from building it, too. For example, you will learn the intricacies of pistons and how they turn rotational motion into linear motion.
Hop on your robotic motorcycle and explore the town! During this lesson, you’ll use tires for traction, gears for drive, driveshaft for power and programming blocks to start your engine and keep track of its brisk activity.
Great strength paired with great precision is sometimes beyond humans’ reach. That’s where robots step in. Build and program a robotic arm to learn how high-tech machines aid people in laboratories, warehouses, or in space.
Maneuver through an asteroid field in a space shuttle and survive for as long as possible. To create this game, you’ll have to program arrow keys, object movement and detecting collision between objects.