Robot Adventures

Saint Stanislaus,
Infinity Science Center &
U.S. Naval Research Laboratory
Present

Robot Adventures
Hands-On Learning Experience



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Boys & Girls K – 6th

Tuesday, February 7, 2023
6:00 – 7:30 pm

Venue: Saint Stanislaus
304 South Beach Blvd
Bay St. Louis, MS 39520

A fun and interactive experience.

Robotics takes education technology to a new level.

Join Infinity Science Center, Naval Research Labs, and Saint Stanislaus as they present this informative and hands-on learning robotics experience for young and creative minds. Students will be able to interact with robots at 5 unique stations during this event.

Attendees will be entered to win tickets to the Infinity Science Center for a family of four. Each student who attends will receive a free “Rock Robotics” t-shirt.

Station One

Artie 3000

Artie 3000 is the coding and drawing robot. Participants create the code and Artie 3000 draws the lines on paper. With pre-programmed designs, participants can start coding right away, learning to code everything from tic tac toe boards to art pieces.

By Infinity Science Center

Station Three

Sphero Mini Robot Ball

Participants will interact with Sphero Mini Robot Ball. The Sphero Mini is a remote-controlled and coded robotic ball with a gyroscope, accelerometer, and an app that lets you get hands-on with coding and tech.

By Infinity Science Center

Station Two

Botley the Coding Robot

Botley is a terrific way to learn STEM coding skills. Participants will use a remote programmer to transmit the commands to Botley to follow black lines, avoid objects, and follow an obstacle course.

By Infinity Science Center

Station Four

Robot 101

Saint Stanislaus robotics team will demonstrate the robots they are building in their class including the coding and schematics they use for design.

By: Saint Stanislaus Robotics

Station Five

Robot Challenges

Participants will be asked to maneuver a robot using a camera to make it drive across a course.

By U.S. Naval Research Laboratory

Saint Stanislaus

Get out there and explore your world.

STEM classes are popular with students. They’re building, they’re creating, and they’re applying the textbook principles they’ve learned in biology, physics, and chemistry in real-world situations.

Infinity Science Center

Visit the INFINITY Science Center

INFINITY offers a blend of space, Earth science, engineering and technology content, spiced with innovative programming.

The fun begins with outdoor exhibits such as a tsunami buoy, a U.S. Navy riverine training boat, and the colossal Apollo Saturn V first state.

Just inside the front entrance in the Natrium, check out our Engineering Workshop as you design and build your own inventions, or learn about more than 200 species of carnivorous plants in the Carnivorous Plants Conservatory. This is just the start of a day of discovery.

A visit to the INFINIITY Science Center offers students new horizons for exploration.

Saint Stanislaus STEM Lab