Wobbly Bot Workshop with Sam Brenner

30 October 2017

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During the evening of Friday, October 13th, Crispus Attucks held a workshop led by local teen and self-taught tech entrepreneur Sam Brenner. Brenner guided youth from CA’s Rising STARS and Early Learning Center through the process of building his own miniature robot toy that he calls a “Wobbly Bot.” The key parts include a toothbrush head, a few pieces of double-sided foam tape and a small motor to power the device and make it vibrate. The workshop not only provided the kids with a fun, educational activity, it also proved to be a great opportunity to tie in STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and math) programming. Check out these photos from the evening!

 

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