ROBOTICS ZONE

 

*Free for all to attend | Onsite registration for walk-ins available

 

 

Visit our dedicated zone showcasing the latest developments and applications of robotics technologies being used by the education sector.

 

 

WORKSHOPS FOR EDUCATORS

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WORKSHOP 1

Quirkybot: A very simple moving robot



Participants will learn to build a simple moving robot that can demonstrate simple biological locomotion using powered DC motors and other mechanical linkages made from craft materials.

Duration: 45 mins

Complexity: Basic

Teacher Engagement: High
 

Platform Type: Analog Robotics
*Hardware to be returned after workshop

 

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WORKSHOP 2

Sketching with Scribblerbots



Participants will learn to build a simple scribbling bot that can doodle random sketches on the surface. They will learn to experiment with different craft materials & powered DC motor to create the appropriate scribbling outcomes.

Duration: 45 mins

Complexity: Basic

Teacher Engagement: High
 

Platform Type: Analog Robotics
*Hardware to be returned after workshop

 

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WORKSHOP 3

‘Paul’ the walking robot



Participants will learn to build a simple obstacle avoidance walking bot made from servo motors. This is one of the basic example for a complete sensor-processor-actuator system.

Duration: 45 mins

Complexity: Basic-Intermediate

Teacher Engagement: High
 

Platform Type: Arduino/Digital Robotics
*Hardware to be returned after workshop

 

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WORKSHOP 4

‘Molly’ the motion following robot



Participants will learn to assemble a motion following robot that will track the movement of their hands.

Duration: 45 mins

Complexity: Basic-Intermediate

Teacher Engagement: High
 

Platform Type: Arduino/Digital Robotics
*Hardware to be returned after workshop

 

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WORKSHOP 5

Kittenbot: Line tracking robot



Participants will learn to build a simple line tracking robot that can navigate itself autonomously. Through this activity, participants will be able to appreciate how sensors collect data that are processed into usable instruction to control movement.

Duration: 45 mins

Complexity: Intermediate-Advanced

Teacher Engagement: Moderate-High
 

Platform Type: Digital Robotics
*Hardware to be returned after workshop

 

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WORKSHOP 6

DIY ‘wireless’ control vehicle



Participants will build their own vehicle chasis using cardboard/craft materials and join the appropriate DC geared and servo motors to the Bluetooth controller. They can then use their smartphone via an app to control the vehicle.

Duration: 45 mins

Complexity: Intermediate

Teacher Engagement: Moderate-High
 

Platform Type: Smartphone app/Bluetooth controller
*Hardware to be returned after workshop

 

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SHOWCASES

 

SHOWCASE 1

Portrait Plotter



Using a mix of camera vision, image conversion, IOIO microcontroller and stepper motors, the portrait plotter can automatically draw portraits of visitors using the image taken from the camera app.

 

Platform Type: IOIO microcontroller OpenCV/Autonomous Robotics

 

SHOWCASE 2

Littlebits Droid



Kids can create their own Droid and bring it to life using littleBits electronic blocks! With the Droid Inventor app, they can control their Droid, give it new abilities with easy block-based coding.

 

Platform Type: Littlebits Bluetooth Remote Robotics

 

SHOWCASE 3

Makeblock mbot robotic arm



Makeblock/mbot robotic arm project will allow visitors to appreciate the various actuators used to create the gripper, rotary and lateral moving parts.

 

Platform Type: Makeblock + Arduino Programmable Robotics

 

SHOWCASE 4

Kittenbot



Kittenbot offers a series of motor add-on boards for micro:bit to make simple robots that can perform unique functions such as a line tracker, obstacle avoidance, photo-vorous, among others. Programming can be done using micro:bit online code editor with additional Kittenbot libraries.

 

Platform Type: micro:bit Programmable/Autonomous Robotics

 

SHOWCASE 5

SSELTO MCO Smart Toy



SSELTO MCO smart toy is a wireless robotics learning system that incorporates papercrafting templates to build projects involving cardboard vehicles or basic animatronics. It utilizes a Bluetooth-enabled microcontroller that can be easily connected to two servo and/or two DC geared motors that can be controlled using a smartphone app (available both in iOS or Android platform).

 

Platform Type: SSELTO Bluetooth Remote Robotics

 

SHOWCASE 6

Artificial Intelligent Assistant



Participants will appreciate the function of a Google Assistant-enabled RaspberryPi that can be used to turn on/off LED strip lights or even be your personal assistant.

 

Platform Type: RaspberryPi Cloud Robotics

 

 

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Supported by:

*All workshops are curated by William Hooi of One Makers group.

OneMaker Group Pte Ltd (OMG) is a leading Maker-centric service provider in the region. We have been advocating and supporting the nascent Maker movement in Singapore since our establishment in 2014. Our core business revolves around Maker education, digital prototyping services and corporate professional development. Our experience in building, supporting and operating Makerspaces for both educational and corporate institutions allow us to better understand our clients' needs and to serve them well accordingly.

 

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Get in touch with Leonard Chen at +65 6322 2763 or leonard.chen@terrapinn.com