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As the world transitions from reliance on fossil fuels to other forms of energy, electric vehicles will become more prevalent in the next 50 years. Sharing the technology of electric vehicle design is crucial for the next generations of drivers and engineers to create more sustainable and accessible forms of transportation for our community members and the planet. The camp introduces students to the mechanical, electrical, and aeronautical systems found in electric vehicles. Students will learn about electricity, batteries, motors, controllers, sensors, circuits, and how to program them, and campers will have the opportunity to draw, brainstorm, research, and apply their knowledge to an exciting engineering project! An experienced mentor guides each camper through the design, construction, and testing of an electric car model which will be completed by the last day of camp.
- Introduction to the mechanical systems found in electric vehicles
- How to program circuits and sensors
- Electric batteries and how they are powered
- Create your own circuit system
- Design, build, and test an electric car model
Who this is for
This camp is perfect for aspiring teen technologists, mechanical engineers, or anyone who loves to understand how these powerful machines work.
“Cyber Arts is one of my favorite new startups. They had put a shipping container next to the Mississippi River and young people were inside learning coding, tech, and internet of things. It was fabulous!”
Why Cyber Arts
Cyber Arts is not a regular summer camp or just another large-scale, corporate coding and STEM school. We are a small, strategically managed operation that emphasizes an exciting learning experience and personalized small team programming.
Campers participate in hands-on workshops with expert instructors and coaches from top undergraduate universities, including Princeton, Brown, and MIT. With Cyber Arts Camps, students learn with hands-on kits and by building exciting finished resume-ready projects.
Our mission is to empower students to harness the full potential of their minds as they take on high school, college, and life. The rapid advancements of technology are completely reinventing how the world works, and we want to make sure we give teens every tool they need to change our cities, communities, and world for the better.