Grand Chancellor Hotel Launceston. Lego Lego and more Lego. 9.30 – 4pm We will be there, will you be?
Come along to 70a Brisbane Street. Activities and exhibitions on all week starting 3rd April.
We have spaces… are you aged 13- 18 years of age. Want to learn about robotics, design and build a robot with your team mates and take it to competition. Contact Kathryn 0415866058
We find our team members individual strengths and encourage them to develop. They are individuals that make up a team. No one member is better than the next. We, at Metal Minds believe in coopertition where being the best isn’t important, its about supporting each other even if that means by helping another team in…
Students interested in programming and/or learning to use the EV3 programable Lego brick or arduino robots. Workshop 29th January For one day only we are running a robocamp/robotic workshop for students age 12 years upwards. We are a team of experienced roboteers who have built competition robots. Running for a full day the student will need…
Seen here are some of the team members with mentors Ray and Jon. FTC team in black shirts and FLL team in red shirts. Mentors in grey shirts. Missing are Mentors Nick, Alex and Simon. Team members missing are for FLL Sebastian and Darcy and for FTC Addison and Nihad.
Jon giving a 3 minute talk to the Mayor of Launceston and Alderman.
Harry was at Launceston College chatting about Technology at their new Innovation Wing (see ball he’s driving on the floor). The team building a demo bot for our Launch Day on Saturday 24th September.
A guessing box of nuts and bolts has been in various locations in Scottsdale for the last couple of months. Anyone could have a guess and the nearest would be the winner. 4 Year old Zimran was our worthy winner. Congratulations to Zimran, seen here with his prize.
The FLL team’s first activity over the weekend was a team building exercise. The river was full of chocolate and they only had 5 or 6 marshmallows to step on to get them across. If they left a marshmallow without a foot on it, it floated away. How were they going to get 9 of them…
A big thank you to Launceston City Council who have awarded us a grant to allow us to buy additional parts and kit for our two teams competition robots.