No programming or coding experience is required. We start off with a block based coding environment similar to scratch from MIT. Students learn the control flow across different hardware components by dragging and dropping the code blocks in the desired sequence. Advanced students learn to directly code in C as it provides greater flexibility.

No hardware experience is required either. We encourage students to ask questions about the inner working of the hardware components and are well equipped to address their questions even if it means going down to the sub-atomic level.

We take fun seriously. Students are encouraged to tinker around with the hardware kits that we have and explore the next exciting thing they can create. They are encouraged to use us as their sounding board for their next big idea.


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