Art 120 and their band of creatives will be have their collection of kinetic sculptures out for a ride. Meet the urban art bikers who built these bikes from concept to completion in our workshops. Take an art bike for a spin or shoot some hoops from our basketball bike. We also will pre-register folks for our next workshops and have information about other Art 120 events.
Tag Archives: Student Projects
Team Firebirds 1284 is a group of 10 outstanding homeschool kids in the west Georgia area. This team was selected from the members of the Phoenix Homeschool Robotics Club. The club was formed in early 2012 to provide a safe and fun environment for children in our community to learn how to build and program LEGO NXT Mindstorms robotics platform. We will be competing in the First Lego League 2014 Season “Nature’s Fury”. We will be bringing our competition table to show off our robot and the current game.
The Georgia Tech IEEE Innovation team is a group designed to allow any student to learn new skills by participating in the numerous projects we might have running. Last year, to name just a few, we had decided on bluetooth robots (controllable via cellphone), cellphone chargers (which were used to teach EagleCAD), a batch of robotic teddy bears, and a massive variety of Kinect-based programs.
Through these projects, dozens of students have experienced everything from new programming languages and human-robot interaction, to PCB design and 3D printing. This year we plan to push even further, with new ideas and new creations.
The Aerospace Design/Build/Fly club at the Georgia Institute of Technology is focused on teaching students the fundamentals of aircraft and flight through the design and building of model airplanes. Founded in 2009, the club participates in international competitions such as AIAA Design-Build-Fly, from which the club takes it’s name, and SAE Aerodesign. These competitions provide an exciting and challenging framework for the students to apply their classroom knowledge and learn critical hands-on lessons to take with them into the job market. As the club grows, members are always expanding into new projects.