The first NCLab Winter Camp took place at the University of Nevada, Reno on January 7 and 8, 2015. It was a great success. Not one seat was left empty. We had 50 students between 9 and 14 years, as well as several teachers who took the Karel Programming and 3D Modeling courses in order to be able to teach them at their schools. Remember that the deadline for the Karel Programming and 3D Modeling competitions is Sunday January 18. If you are interested in bringing an NCLab afterschool program to your school, please visit the Afterschool Programs Page Some illustrative photos from winter camp are shown below.
All seats are taken
Karel programming in the morning, 3D modeling after lunch, games in the breaks!
Building a train using elementary 2D shapes and their translations in the XY plane is part of 3D Modeling 1.
Solving the Water challenge in the Karel course
Solving the Fortress and Jungle challenges.
Tour of the 3D printer