Students wear GoPro video cameras to record their adventure sports activities, and which can also be used to calculate speeds.
Using tiny handheld programmable computers that can create musical instruments and robots among others. These workshops are complimented with Coding & Robotics workshops.
Students explore designing and assembling propulsive devices for flight including planes, helicopters, drones and rockets.
Students explore shapes and properties of light while using iPhones to create holograms.
Exploring what sound is, how it’s produced and discovering sound waves, frequencies, vibrations and visual patterns created by Chladni plates and drums and different instruments.
Exploring various patterns and ratios evident in nature, art, film, and music such as Fibonacci, The Golden Ratio and wave machines. Game Theory is also explore. These concepts are applied to other creative workshops such as sound production, music technology, 3D printing and film production.
Exploring, designing and building water rockets using compressed air. Looking at Newton’s Third Law and ratios.
Exploring how drones work and flying model drones through various courses using hand sensors. Calculating speeds and distances using drones.
Using programming languages such as scratch in conjunction with Raspberry Pi Technology to remotely control robots through various mazes and other challenges.
Exploring and manipulating programming languages such as drag and drop software like Scratch or other languages like Python to get computers to behave and create content such as animations or music. Scratch can also be used to analyse the flight paths of the water rockets built in the Flight workshops.