At Maker Toolset’s Pilot Spring Camp 2017 students will build 21st Century skills through design challenges using digital fabrication, physical computing, coding and robotics.
This 2-day camp is open to Jr. and Sr. High School students in the Tokyo area with the desire to learn in a primarily English environment at a fraction of the cost of an overseas design or engineering camp.
Friday, March 24th: Rescue Robot and Design Challenge – 4 hours (12pm to 4pm)
Use tools like 3D pen, crafting tools, and a design cutter to construct an environment and robot shell to perform a rescue in your presented disaster scenario.
Saturday, March 25th: 3D Game Design and Fabrication Challenge – 4 hours (2pm to 6pm)
Use Autodesk 360 to design a game and fabricate it on a CNC machine. Advanced options include electronics, sensors or robotics, for added game interactivity.
2 day spring program
8 hours of instruction and build time
students will supply their own laptops and pre-install free software for designing, coding and fabrication
¥22,500 per student (price includes tax)
5-6 students per mentor
Dates and time: Friday, March 24th 12pm – 4pm and Saturday March 25th 2pm – 6pm
Location: SunLife Nerima in Nakamurabashi