Workshops on Campus, and Personal Home Instruction
Middle & High School Students
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Video Game Development Workshop I, Cost: $300.00
Experience the game design process, from an industry professional, using industry standard Unreal Engine or Unity game development tools. Start to Finish. Step by Step. Students learn the entire process of creating a playable video game. Features like the visual editor, full and robust scripting, the Mecanim animation system, and multi-platform build support set these engines leaps and bounds ahead of their peers, and makes both, or either, an excellent choice for beginners interested in game development.
Laptop required. Min. 4 GB Video Card, 3 GB Hard Drive, Windows 7+. Unity or Unreal Engine software needs to be downloaded before attending workshop.
Introduction to Coding with Java, Workshop I, Cost: $300.00
This is a core program relevant for all programming applications. Experience the power of the Java™ , a language that powers billions of devices, and is widely used by developers. The Java™ language will be used to introduce foundations of structured, procedural, and object-oriented programming. Students will receive instructions for setting up a development environment consisting of a Java Development Kit (JDK) and the Eclipse IDE. Once you have been introduced to your development environment's components, you will begin learning basic Java syntax hands-on. Additional topics include file I/O and an introduction to Android applications using Java™ . Laptop Required.
Web Developer Workshop, Cost: $300.00
"Quadcopter" Workshop, Build/Program/Fly, Cost $400.00.
Includes Quadcopter Kit and Remote(system cost $275.00) Parents Welcome, and pay just for the system.
(2) Two Evening Workshops, & (2) Two Fly, Fix, Race Days.
This Workshop has an interest list. When we get to five students interested. We schedule it.
This is an opportunity to learn from an experienced hobbyist the fundamentals of building a Multi-Rotor craft "Quadcopter" from start to finish. During the workshop students will be introduced to some concepts of Mechanical and Electrical engineering, Aerodynamic and Computer Programming. Student will learn how Multi-Rotor craft fly and the parts and functions of a hobbyist Multi-Rotor craft which include Frames, Motors, Speed Controllers "ECD", Batteries and the ever changing Flight Controller. The student will also learn the Concepts of First Person Viewer (FPV) and aerial photography. Students must join the AMA, Academy of Model Aeronautics before attending the workshop.