Campers put the principles of mechanical engineering to work as they design and build functioning robots. They’ll take classes like Robotic Vehicles, in which they’ll build and take home robots that move; Robot Universe, which ends with the creation of a 14-foot Godzilla robot; and Intro to Programming, which helps beginners learn computer programs and how to build robots with sensors and moving parts. When they need a break from the lab, kids eat lunch in nearby J.J. Byrne Playground. Camp runs June 11–Aug 29, Mon–Fri 9am–3pm. Extended-day options are available. One-week session $595 (five days), $480 (four days; June 30–July 3); $360 (three days; June 11–13). Ages 5 to 12.
Brooklyn Robot Foundry Camps
|Venue name:||Brooklyn Robot Foundry Camps||Contact:|
303 Third Ave
|Cross street:||between First St and Carroll St|
|Transport:||Subway: R to Union St|