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Camp session: Emerging Tech - CODING Virtual Reality - The 3D Realm (Code-it Hacks)


Emerging Tech - CODING Virtual Reality - The 3D Realm

By: Code-it Hacks



About this Program:

  • Day Camp
  • Age 8 - 12 (Coed)
  • Specialized in Virtual Reality and Python, offers 12 activities
  • 0 session dates to choose from
  • Cost starting from $500
  • Busing not available
  • Special needs support available


Contact:

95 Lavinia Ave, Toronto, Ontario, M6S 3H9

Enjoyed your last trip to the VR game world! Now let's build one. In this camp students will learn the technology behind the 3D builds. They will design and build multiple worlds and characters and experience them using the Web A-frame and Google Cardboard

Solution Topic

  • Introduction to game design using Web-based A-Frame platform​
  • Developing for Virtual Reality. What do you need to consider?

Design , Experiment, Build

  • Ideate, research and design your virtual realm
  • Design and journal your virtual space
  • identify game construct
  • Build and have a blast!
  • Build and present

Students will learn:

  • Engineering process
  • Game design for VR environments
  • Techniques for 3D development
  • Learn the basics of programming
  • Learn web-based A Frame platform and introduction to HTML
  • Presentation skills

Students will make:

  • Campers will design and build multiple mini 3D builds and explore their creations using Google Cardboard
  • Campers will complete a full research to build Gaming project in 3D

Students will take home:

  • Design Sketches
  • Research Journal
  • Portfolio of programming projects

Students will visit:

  • Students will either visit Science centre on Friday or will be visited by a tech company for expo


Character Development: This program helps build the following traits

  • Resilience: When young kids learn to code, they become problem solvers and develop critical thinking. With any problem solving, children have to stay with the problem long enough to find meaning solutions. Coding develops a child's ability to develop perseverance and resilience as they create fun projects
  • Creativity: Code-it Hacks Inquiry and play-based summer camps ensures that technology is used towards solving a real-life problem that is out of the box. Each camp demands students to engage in fun group-based activities to develop creative solutions all while having a blast with crafts and technology


Session Dates and Rates:

Date TBD
High Park, Toronto, ON
95 Lavinia Ave

Time TBD
Cost TBD
2022-07-11500


Special Needs Support: This program is able to accomodate a few campers with special needs

Mild Support       Specialized programming

ADD/ADHD
Mild Support       Specialized programming


Activities:

Recreational       Instructional       Intense or Competitive

AI (Artificial Intelligence)
Drone Technology
Engineering
Gaming
Instructor lead (group)
Makerspace
Python
Robotics
STEAM
STEM
Technology
Virtual Reality
Recreational       Instructional       Intense or Competitive



Learn to CODE a Virtual Reality World!
In this camp students will learn the technology behind the 3D builds. They will design & build multiple worlds with VR tech!

 

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