Monday, 16 October 2017 11:08

Kingborough Makerspace a popular place

Lachlan and Divinia Mills took part in the Kingborough Makerspace Robotics session during the school holidays, which saw participants build a robot vehicle, program it through a computer and control it through an obstacle course. Lachlan and Divinia Mills took part in the Kingborough Makerspace Robotics session during the school holidays, which saw participants build a robot vehicle, program it through a computer and control it through an obstacle course.

Kingborough Council’s Makerspace was a popular choice for school holiday activities, held on Monday, October 9 and Wednesday, October 11 at the Kingston LINC.
The Robotics session for children aged nine to 13 years booked out within hours of the event being listed. For the full story pick up a copy of this week's Kingborough Chronicle (Tuesday, October 17).

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