At the camp in 2022, participants worked on various projects according to their preference. The projects focused on electronics, soldering, gluing, and programming. Programming was done on commercially available Micro:bits. Various games (such as Snake) were created, as well as various wireless games for multiple players. Instructions and documentation can be found here. Looking back at the camp 2022 (in Czech).
On 2021's camp, our participants created several toys like electronical dice, or mechanical safe called BlackBox. Also, many of them improved their soldering skills with 4 levels of our custom SMD challenge. The biggest creation of this year was Logic, that was used to teach programming. Instructions and documentation can be found here. Looking back at the camp 2021 (in Czech).
This year, out attendees built and programmed Robotka, which they could later upgrade and customize with various sensors and upgrades. At the end of the camp, everybody could test out his robot in a competition. Instructions and documentation can be found here. Looking back at the camp 2020 (in Czech).
The attendees received Arduino Nano module in the Robotic Camp 2016. The children learned the basics of programming and electronics and then they used some libraries and modules for their own projects. They used, for example, temperature sensors and barometers for logging current atmospheric conditions. Other projects presented connected display or intelligent LED strips with amazing color effects. Looking back at the camp 2016 (in Czech).