The KTBYTE Robotics Club is an online mini-class. Students will get to work with an Arduino, a microcontroller, or programmable board, that is used to control motors, sensors, speakers, and more. This intermediate level is for students who continue from the beginner level or new students who already have some experience with Arduinos. These students will continue to learn Arduino to both cement and complement their existing knowledge. They will learn about inputs and outputs, LCDs, motors, complex sensors, and libraries. After that, students will create their own mini-projects under the guidance of teachers. The goal of this class is to progress students to the advanced level and take part in future competitions. For the next semester, we have added a new section on CAD, or computer aided design. Students will be able to learn how to use 3D modeling to print their own design. The students will gain the knowledge and the resources to be able to design their own inventions.
There is a very low student-to-teacher ratio. In addition to lectures, students learn with direct individual project guidance with their instructor. All of our Robotics club programs are led by our very own award-winning KTBYTE Teaching Assistants
Clubs are run by qualified, award-winning KTBYTE Teaching Assistants.
[ROBOTICS 1] or permission of instructor
These are examples of projects that students create as they grow their skills in [ROBOTICS 2]