We Don’t Need Another Fab Lab/Makers Space, We Need A Better One!

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Dakar Foundation believes that America’s underserved school districts need stronger STEAM AI/Machine learning programming, and Intel has provided a challenge for all concerned.  Our core goal is to make learning competitive and fun for K-12 students in LAUSD, and with our proximity to Hollywood, we can create an industry enriched platform that captures the Intel Futures Challenge experience while simultaneously emulating the  America’s Great Makers.

INTEL FUTURES CHALLENGE OVERVIEW

You may gain knowledge and skills in the following areas: Embedded electronics, circuits, input/output, modular computing/electronics, block programming, physical computing through a world class Intel social engagement program.  

Course Description: In this challenge, you will explore robotics. Pick an option below or develop your own ideas with the tools and materials around you. The goal is to make an autonomous drawing machine.

Maybe it will vibrate around and draw, or maybe you can even program it to draw exactly what You may gain knowledge and skills in the following areas: Embedded electronics, circuits, input/output, modular computing/electronics, block programming, physical computing.

CourseDescription: In this challenge, you will explore robotics.  The goal is to make an autonomous drawing machine. Maybe it will vibrate around and draw, or maybe you can even program it to draw exactly what you desire. To get started, Dakar offers some hardware solution to provide instructors and students with the best of breed: Intel Joule, Intel Edison, and

This project is all about trying new ideas, making small changes and iterating to make a better and better drawing machine!

Use the following steps of the Intel® Future Skills Journey to successfully complete your challenge prompt.

HB FAB LAB

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