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Whether you're an aspiring astronaut or roboticist, this two-week engineering camp will get your imagination soaring. You'll help design the preliminary Martian habitat and then work together to build prototypes that can withstand anything our future astronauts will encounter. The mission to Mars will be difficult. Habitats need to provide the right temperature and pressure to support human life; food and water must cover the nutritional needs of the crew and cover the recyclability and biodegradability of waste management; and robots must be built to perform tasks that humans cannot do yet, such as repairs to the habitat's air, water, and food systems. As part of this specialized Earth crew, you will engineer prototypes to sustain the first ever human life on mars.
- Programming: Repeat building block programs (Scratch-based), Microsoft Makecode, TinkerCAD 3D modeling and design
- Robotics & Engineering: Mechanical and electronic assembly, Arduino-based Circuit Playground
- Critical-thinking, problem-solving, team-work, effective communication in a digital environment
- Create a martian habitat prototype suitable for human life
- Hands-on building: model building equipment, robotic arm
Who is this camp for
This camp is for aspiring engineers, roboticists, astronauts, or any teens interested in space and using technology for creative problem solving.
“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.