2019 Summer Camps at Tom Muehlenbeck Center
5801 Parker Rd, Plano, TX 75093
July 29th-August 2nd:
Drones and Aviation (Ages 8-13)
Course Number: 17434
Sore the skies in this aviation adventure. You will participate in missions to fly drones, create take home models of flying objects such as a motorized helicopter, plane, parachute, UFO and spaceship. You will learn about FAA rules, drone flying safety, aerodynamics, self driven planes and other inventions that will impact the future of aviation. BRAINopolis will provide the safety equipment and materials. For the safety of the kids, unruly and unsafe behavior will not be tolerated.
Artificial Intelligence (Ages 6-13)
Course Number: 17436
Create a heart pace maker model, code a heart monitor simulator, program a digital car that memorizes where obstacles are and a digital robot that asks people questions and learns from the answers to communicate. We will learn about Watson and other AI tools and their connection with robotics. Brainopolis will enable laptops to work in class. Some activities will require students to share a laptop and work in pairs. Bring your own mouse and flash drive.
August 2nd, 2019:
Sharkology (Ages 6-11)
6:30PM - 8;30PM
Course Number: 17441
Immerse into a hands-on anatomy experience as you dress up as a surgeon, learn anatomy and perform a guided shark dissection. We will provide you with the safety equipment to use in class. You will also create a shark project to take home.
DJ Academy (Ages 7-13)
Course Number: 17438
If you like music and technology, this is the camp for you. Learn about beats, phrases, music genres and scratch techniques as you mix and create digital music. Brainopolis will enable a laptop and DJ controllers to work in pairs. Bring your own mouse and headphones. On the last 20 minutes on Friday you will be able to showcase your DJ skills to impress your family and/or friends.
Start an Animated Youtube Channel (Ages 7-13)
Course Number: 17447
Create your own YouTube animation channel. Define the channel’s concept and mission. Develop scripts. Use Flash to create storyboards. Learn the basics of sound recording using the Audacity tool. Then use Adobe Animate to create backdrops and object symbols. Combine digital elements with the use of our digital puppets to create animated shorts. Given the amount of time that is needed to animate, students will not create their own characters but use our cartoon characters to practice animation. BRAINopolis will enable laptops for the kids to work in class. Bring your own mouse and flash drive to class.
Coming up: Our "SUMMER 2019 CALENDAR" will include all locations and camps per week. Stay tuned.
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