In the creative robotic workshop, where children can interact with some of the leading experts in Automation and designers across different stem engineering. Over the course of this workshop, children will gain exposure to a wide range of literature, discover new forms of technology and realize their own potentials under the guidance of our faculty.
Our objective behind the workshop to teach in a creative discovery of proportion in geometric forms found in nature. Using materials provided in the workshop and with Nature as a model, the children will explore 2-dimensional compositions and build 3-dimensional objects that possess the Golden Proportion or follow the Artificial intelligence.
The children will discover their presence and role in the creation of things. They will use basic scientific and mathematical concepts to create their own physical works of Projects. This Unique workshop unites three diverse fields even as children enjoy themselves with the materials on hand and an exploration of science and math in the most imaginative ways.
Understanding Artificial Intelligence
From kindergarten to graduate school, one of the key ways artificial intelligence will impact education is through the application of greater levels of individualized learning. Some of this is already happening through growing numbers of adaptive learning programs, games, and software. These systems respond to the needs of the student, putting greater emphasis on certain topics, repeating things that students haven’t mastered, and generally helping students to work at their own pace, whatever that may be. This kind of custom-tailored education could be a machine-assisted solution to helping students at different levels work together in one classroom, with teachers facilitating the learning and offering help and support when needed. Adaptive learning has already had a huge impact on education across the nation advances in the coming decade's adaptive programs like these will likely only improve and expand. So in this initial stage, we are up to their level of teaching with our Artificial Intelligence using robotic kits and tools. The impact of AI influences the student education in a professional way of thinking, with new concepts of learning. These kinds of AI systems allow students to get the support they need and for professors to find areas where they can improve instruction for students who may struggle with the subject matter. Artificial intelligence could offer students a way to experiment and learn in a relatively judgment-free environment, especially when AI tutors can offer solutions for improvement. In fact, AI is the perfect format for supporting this kind of learning, as AI systems themselves often learn by a trial-and-error method.
With the increase in robotic applications in India, there will be a rising demand for people to manage the robots or develop solutions for them. There will be a need for technical and skilled manpower for such applications. So we need programming and Software application courses related to the robotics and automation to be learned. Here the Robotclix providing the new platform of learning technology and Development of Artificial Intelligence. So we provide children to learn Programming and computing solutions at the earlier stage to have an awareness of software applications and development.
We found that's beginning to understand logic, three to five step commands, and the difference between reality and fantasy at the age of six. These are all important concepts for beginning to learn to programme.
Childhood and early adolescence are the critical age ranges for children to learn anything, including programming, because their brains are still developing and learning “how to learn Before High school, kids are free to use their imaginations and enjoy discovering new things with less resistance from their peers and the outside world. This is especially valuable for introducing programming to kids because we can spark their interest before society has the opportunity to tell them that programming is nerdy.
Deferent sensors handling
We access with a number of sensors and multi-sensory techniques in our daily life. But either elder may know the importance and how they work. So we assist the students with a number of activities and representing a conceptualize way to learn about sensors.
A student should know what a good sensor obeys
* It is sensitive to the measured property
* It is insensitive to any other property likely to be encountered in its application, and
* It does not influence the measured property.
This platform is very important for the students as the Sensors gather data quickly and record it accurately, whether in the classroom, science laboratory or on field trips. Sensor technology can store the data in memory, from where it can be retrieved later for processing, analysis, and presentation.
Alternatively, sensor technology can display graphs of data in "real time", the graph is constructed as the data is being collected, and the graph is then modified on the screen as the data is processed. The modifications in every accept could reach children to make an Innovative skill power.
Why we need Sensors?
Data-logging enables a shift of emphasis from the gathering of data to the analysis and interpretation of the data. It enables students to repeat experiments several times due to the speed at which data is collected. Data-logging allows data to be collected over long periods or to capture events that happen too quickly to be easily measured using the conventional equipment. Also, promotes collaborative learning. And it allows students to measure more accurately and display results in a more professional manner, whether as charts, graphs or tables.
Multisensory techniques that involve using the sense of touch are called tactile methods. Tactile methods include strategies as using small objects, called math manipulative, to represent number values to teach math skills such as counting, addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division to identify the path following and avoiding by the sensing techniques. Which are used to develop boats and Humanoids?
These all techniques could create a student, capable to build own robot.
The internship can be offered to the students who are inspired to develop the new Technology. And It requires time and dedication. Training for the program is an extracurricular activity and the time spent reading, researching, learning, practicing and programming is voluntary. Members of Robotclix should expect to devote about five to ten hours a week to involvement. This time should be spent preparing for internship placements by improving your technical skills, researching your field of study or interest, making contacts in the related field of science, working on group projects.
We have different types of robots to learn from an entry-level
* Logical Robots
* Gesture Robots
* Rover Robots
* Diving Robots