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I Want to Hold Your HandAdd to list Details
In this activity, learners construct a robot-like hand to demonstrate how data is collected when using robotic technology.
Programming Languages: Harold the RobotAdd to list Details
In this activity related to computer programming, learners give directions to a "robot" (either an adult or another learner) and find out which instructions the robot is able to follow, and how their
Exploring the Solar System: Mars Rovers
In "Exploring the Solar System: Mars Rovers," participants learn about how scientists and engineers use robotic rovers and other vehicles to explore distant worlds, and experience some of the challeng
Program a Friend
In this activity (on page 2), one person "programs" the other like a robot to move through a space, trying to get them to avoid obstacles and reach a goal.
Make a Wire Critter That Can Walk on Water
In this activity, learners make water-walking critters using thin wire, and then test how many paper clips these critters can carry without sinking.
Rover RacesAdd to list Details
In this activity, learners experience some of the challenges of "tele-operating" a robotic vehicle on another planet when they design and execute a series of commands to guide a human "rover" through
The Turing Test: Conversations with ComputersAdd to list Details
This activity aims to stimulate discussion on the question of whether computers can exhibit “intelligence,” or are ever likely to do so in the future.
KidbotsAdd to list Details
In this activity, one person acts as a human robot while another acts as their developer by programming their actions.
We Have Capture!Add to list Details
Using simple materials, learners will construct the end effector (grasping device) of a robotic arm and use the device to capture and pick up an object.