Mr. Roboto


Students at the Delaware Area Career Center’s robotics camp tested their robot’s programming Thursday afternoon. Students had to write the program, specifying the speed and direction with code, that their robot would follow in order to move. They then downloaded the program to the robot and tested its functionality on a course. The students pictured, from left to right, are Hannah Dennewitz, Hannah Slagle, Megan Slater, Blake Cruz and Lainey Wright.


Morgyn Cooper | For The Gazette

Students at the Delaware Area Career Center’s robotics camp tested their robot’s programming Thursday afternoon. Students had to write the program, specifying the speed and direction with code, that their robot would follow in order to move. They then downloaded the program to the robot and tested its functionality on a course. The students pictured, from left to right, are Hannah Dennewitz, Hannah Slagle, Megan Slater, Blake Cruz and Lainey Wright.

Students at the Delaware Area Career Center’s robotics camp tested their robot’s programming Thursday afternoon. Students had to write the program, specifying the speed and direction with code, that their robot would follow in order to move. They then downloaded the program to the robot and tested its functionality on a course. The students pictured, from left to right, are Hannah Dennewitz, Hannah Slagle, Megan Slater, Blake Cruz and Lainey Wright.
http://delgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_dacc.jpgStudents at the Delaware Area Career Center’s robotics camp tested their robot’s programming Thursday afternoon. Students had to write the program, specifying the speed and direction with code, that their robot would follow in order to move. They then downloaded the program to the robot and tested its functionality on a course. The students pictured, from left to right, are Hannah Dennewitz, Hannah Slagle, Megan Slater, Blake Cruz and Lainey Wright. Morgyn Cooper | For The Gazette
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