Multimedia Programming for Robotics Experience at UGA

This is a 2-day Advanced Programming opportunity for students who had previously received robotics training via the "Weekend Robotics Experience" (WRE) short course or the SAUGA Summer Camp on "Introductory Robotics". We will use the robotics kits that the students may already possess, either ROBOTIS' PLAY700 or DREAM systems. The students should also bring a Smart Phone or Tablet (iOS or Android-preferred) to use in class.

On the first day, the students will be trained on interface programming techniques with the robot running a TASK code and the R+m.PLAY700 App running on the mobile device. Application topics include: Text and Graphics Display, Remote Control using Touch Areas, Text-to-Speech, Speech Recognition, Audio and Video Output, Video Camera used for Color Line Detection and Intruder Alert.

On the second day, the students will take on the interfacing techniques between the SCRATCH 2 IDE running on a PC and the robot's actuators and sensors. Application topics include: SCRATCH Programming Basics, Text & Graphics Display, Audio Output, Remote Control via Keyboard, Interfacing Issues with Actuators and Sensors on robot, Event Programming using Broadcast Messaging.

Ages: 11-15

Address:
UGA Center for Continuing Education & Hotel
1197 South Lumpkin Street, Athens, GA 30602
United States
US
Location Info:

Students will check in on Saturday morning between 8:30am and 9:00am at the Computer Lab in the Georgia Center. More details will be available in your confirmation email and in the welcome email sent out three weeks before the weekend begins

Prerequisites:
Students must have attended either the Weekend Robotics Experience or one of the Summer Academy at UGA Introductory Robotics Camps to be eligible for this event.

What you need for camp/program: 

Students will need to bring either their Robotis PLAY 700 kit or their Robotis DREAM kits and a SMART phone/tablet (Android or iOS) for this camp.