To minimize the digital gap, this is CyberpunK's 5th year partnering with Taiwan Fund for Children & Families (a Taiwan philnathropic entity). We hope to make robotics easily accessible to vulnerable kids, lowering the barrier of robotics learning. This year, we held a EV3 summer camp from Jul.12 to Jul.15.
On the first day, we made a quick introduction for everyone to know each other. Our students then shared on the basic concepts such as how to build a project with EV3 parts and programs. Soon, kids made their first project: Ferris wheel. Kids learn to use motor to control the spinning motion. With their creative ideas, kids get build their own Ferris wheel.