Summer Camp

Summer Camp

Camp Notes:

Camp tuition includes take home project, daily snack and juice

Maximum 8 students per age group

1 instructor and 1 assistant per age group

Each student will be given dedicated computer station and will work

Individually on the main project

Students will be given group activities

Students will be flying drones in a nearby park 3 times during the week, each session 1-1.5 hours

DISCOVERY CAMP (Ages 7-8)

Learning Elements : Programming, Building, Design and 3D Printing

Students use multiple Robotics platforms such as Lego WEDO, Lego Simple Machines, Dash. They also learn simple CAD design and 3D printing
Schedules :
Locations
Week Offered
Thornill
July, 22-26, August 19-23
Mississauga
July, 22-26
BIONIC FINGER CAMP (Ages 9-11)

Learning Elements : CAD Design, 3D Printing, Coding, Electronics

Students design parts of a finger using CAD software. They’ll then 3D print the parts and assemble to create the finger. They will then attach a flex sensor onto a glove and code the micro controller to mimic their finger movement.
Schedules :
Locations
Week Offered
Thornhill
July, 15-19, August, 12-16
Mississauga
July, 15-19
FLASH LIGHT CAMP (Ages 9-11)

Learning Elements : CAD Design, 3D Printing, Electronics

Students design parts of a Hand Crank Flash Light using CAD software. They’ll then 3D print the parts and assemble the flash light. The flash light uses hand crank mechanism to charge a battery and light up. They will connect components of circuit to direct the current from a DC motor to batteries. Some components used are Resistors, Diodes, LED light, batteries and DC motor.
Schedules :
Locations
Week Offered
Thornhill
July, 8-12
Mississauga
July 29- August 2
LEGO EV3 MINDSTORMS (Ages 9-11)

Learning Elements : Programming, Building

Consider this as an introductory course to programming. Students learn how to use block programming to create logical programs that they will then download to robots to make the robot autonomous. The Robots and the software used are by LEGO and are used in FLL (First Lego League) competitions. Students will go through multiple builds and programs starting from easy to more difficult programs.
Schedules :
Locations
Week Offered
Thornhill
July 22-26
Mississauga
August 19-23
BALL LAUNCHER CAMP (Ages 9-11)

Learning Elements : CAD Design, 3D Printing, Coding, Electronics

A fun project in which students learn to use a CAD software to design pieces of a Ping Pong Ball Launcher. They will then 3D print the parts and assemble the robot. Students then use electronics to connect a micro controller to switches, joystick and motors. They will finally code the micro controller to aim and launch the ping pong ball.
Schedules :
Locations
Week Offered
Thornill
July 1-5, August 19-23
Mississauga
July 8-12, August 12-16
DRAWING BOT CAMP (Ages 9-11)

Learning Elements : CAD Design, 3D Printing, Coding, Electronics

A project containing all elements of Robotics. This project is recommended for students who have a bit of background or have taken another Exceed camp before this one. Students use CAD software to design parts of the drawing robot. They will then use the 3D printer to create the parts and assemble the robot. Students connect motors and sensors to the microcontroller and code the microcontroller to move the servo motor to grip the pen, and code the stepper motors to move the robot to write letter and shapes.
Schedules :
Locations
Week Offered
Thornill
August 5-9
Mississauga
Not Offered in 2019
IR BATTLE BOTS CAMP (Ages 9-11)

Learning Elements : Coding, Wireless, Electronics

This project is recommended for students who have some background in coding or have taken other Exceed Robotics camps before. In this camp, students assemble their rover and add their offensive/Defensive mechanism. They will then connect all electronics to the microcontroller for the robot and the joystick. Finally, they program 2 microcontrollers (Robot and Joystick) to use wireless communication to move the robot and activate the mechanisms
Schedules :
Locations
Week Offered
Thornill
July 29 – August 2, August 26-30
Mississauga
July 22-26
BALL LAUNCHER CAMP (Ages 12-15)

Learning Elements : CAD Design, 3D Printing, Coding, Electronics

A fun project in which students learn to use a CAD software to design pieces of a Ping Pong Ball Launcher. They will then 3D print the parts and assemble the robot. Students then use electronics to connect a micro controller to switches, joystick and motors. They will finally code the micro controller to aim and launch the ping pong ball.
Schedules :
Locations
Week Offered
Thornill
July 29-August 2, August 26-30
Mississauga
August 5-9
DRAWING BOT CAMP (Ages 12-15)

Learning Elements : CAD Design, 3D Printing, Coding, Electronics

A project containing all elements of Robotics. This project is recommended for students who have a bit of background or have taken another Exceed camp before this one. Students use CAD software to design parts of the drawing robot. They will then use the 3D printer to create the parts and assemble the robot. Students connect motors and sensors to the microcontroller and code the microcontroller to move the servo motor to grip the pen, and code the stepper motors to move the robot to write letter and shapes.
Schedules :
Locations
Week Offered
Thornill
July 15-19, August 12-16
Mississauga
August 12-16
IR BATTLE BOTS CAMP (Ages 12-15)

Learning Elements : Coding, Wireless, Electronics

This project is recommended for students who have some background in coding or have taken other Exceed Robotics camps before. In this camp, students assemble their rover and add their offensive/Defensive mechanism. They will then connect all electronics to the microcontroller for the robot and the joystick. Finally, they program 2 microcontrollers (Robot and Joystick) to use wireless communication to move the robot and activate the mechanisms
Schedules :
Locations
Week Offered
Thornill
July 1-5
Mississauga
Not Offered in 2019
NEOPIXEL WATCH CAMP (Ages 12-15)

Learning Elements : CAD Design, 3D Printing, Coding, Electronics

This project is recommended for students who have some background in coding or have taken other Exceed Robotics camps before. Students design pieces of the watch using CAD software and create using the 3D printer. They will then use a small microcontroller to connect to all LED lights and the button. Students program the microcontroller to tell the time by turning on the relevant LEDs. They can also program the push button to change the mode from watch to flash light.
Schedules :
Locations
Week Offered
Thornill
July 8-12, August 5-9
Mississauga
July 15-19

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