Summer Camps 2017 Schedule:

  • Weekly Camps: June 12 - August 25 || Mon - Fri. All-Day: 9AM - 4PM

STEP 1: For Grade 1 to 8, please complete the Student Information Form for buildologie/codologie/gamologie camps. Note: Must be entering 1st Grade to attend our camps. For younger students please consider our after-school classes - check out TotBot. For High School students, complete the OpenTech 3.0 Camps for High School Student Information Form.

STEP 2: Register with Mathobotix eStore. Note: All new customers must register and create a login account in order to use this system.

STEP 3: Select the Camps at the Mathobotix eStore & complete the Payment process.

STEP 4: Print & Sign Liability Waiver Form and hand it over to the event coordinator/Team Lead on the first day of the camp.

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OpenTech 3.0 Summer Camps 2017 for High School Students

OpenTech 3.0 Summer Camps 2017 for High School Students

Explore your future STEM educational and career paths!

MathoBotix OpenTechLabs presents exciting Tech and Engineering camps for High School Students this summer of 2017.

Buildologie || Codologie || Gamologie
App Development || Robotics || Game Development ||Cool DIY Projects||Arduino & Raspberry PI Hardware || Python and Java/C Programming ||

Sample Projects: Home Automation, LilyPad Arduino Wearable Electronic Craft Project, Self-watering plant pot, Rescue Robotics, OptoBotics, Mobile app development, Game App Development and More!

Form a virtual company. Make a product or create a service using a combination of STEM knowledge and skills. Open Learning projects help team members explore some of the open source hardware (Arduino Controllers) and software (Python), Technical Writing, BOM, Designing, Scientific Research Method, Problem Solving Skills, Learning how to Learn, Presentation Skills, etc., while having fun! Teams will share and present their completed projects the last hour of the camp on Friday. 

Here is a video of a cool Raspberry PI project demonstrated by one of our STEM mentors. The Project uses accelerometer and Gyroscope. Emulates Theremin musical instrument, and Drums. Click Here to watch Raspberry PI Project Demo.