Bangalore, India, October 22, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Today QtPi Robotics conducted a robotics workshop for underprivileged children at New Home of Reaching Hand, Bengaluru. QtPi believes that robotics technology should reach all children since children have undeniable energy and patience for iteration sparking new ideas leading to newer dimensions that could eventually lead to new innovation.
Today children (of age 6-16) were exposed to building Remote Control Cars (known as RC cars) using QtPi robotic kits entirely designed and built in India. The younger ones (of age 6-11) were taught to control the car that was built using a QtPi designed app via Bluetooth and the older ones (of age 12 onwards) were taught to program, design an app using MIT App Inventor and control the robot. Towards the end, children shared their experience. Some quoted that robotics needed in-depth knowledge of engineering and science but the new experience changed their perception for good and they are confident now. Most of them would love to learn robotics and take it up as a primary subject in the future.
About the QtPi Robotics
"QtPi Robotics" is a success story of experts from Mechatronics, Integrated Chip and Software industries from Bangalore, India – who love and live robots.
Building on fundamentals of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics), QtPi offers "hands-on" & "fun-filled" innovative learning courses featuring robotic assembly and programming in well-structured programs for children of ages 6 to 18+ years. QtPi engineers and manufactures all its robotic parts as pluggable blocks, encouraging children to apply their own imagination and build various fully functional objects & robots using these blocks. They also work with volunteers to offer robotic education to underprivileged children.
To know more at www.qtpi.in