LEGO Robotics, Part III
This is an additional extension workshop for those who have attended any of our beginners or advanced course and want to go further into the world of Lego invention!
You will explore gearing and complex machines using some of the less well-known building techniques and programming functions. Our robots will be able to do some extraordinary things. Come with some ideas and let's make your engineering dreams come true!
We are looking for engineers and inventors to see what they can create with these marvellous tools and machines. You can work on your own or as part of a team, but you will only have a day to make it!
You will need to be able to use the EV3 software and understand the basic uses of the sensor and motor blocks. It is recommended that you have attended a Lego beginners course first.
Start date: 10:00am, 25th Feb, 2018
End date: 3:00pm, 25th Feb, 2018
Location: Islington, South East / London
Masterclass year groups: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10
Masterclass leader: Shaun McGlincky
Bio: Shaun is a self confessed LEGO maniac owning nearly 60,000 pieces. He has been building LEGO monuments and robots for the past 12 years and is a master programmer. He works in two universities; Central St Martins and Westminster as well as other arts organisations. He is an experienced tutor and has run many workshops with us helping young people discover the joys of coding. As are all our lecturers, he is CRB cleared and trained in child protection.
Venue: The Film & Video Workshop @ Hungerford School
Address: Hungerford School, Hungerford Road, Islington, London, N7 9LF