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  • Engines charged. Robots ready and programmed. Gadgets ready. Go! This is Battlebotics - you have 3 minutes to show your robot’s might, secure as many points, defend your territory and conquer an arena with other robots stealthily moving about you! In this arena, your team will compete to become the champion of NuVu Battlebotics!

    In this Studio, students will be constructing remote-controlled robot vehicles that will compete in NuVu Battlebotics, NuVu’s premier robot games. In 3 minutes, each student team will maneuver their custom machine around terrain filled with surprises to try and gain the most points! Student teams will be given a set of supplies, equipment, and tools that they can use to design and build their robots. Creativity is the only limitation! Students will learn about all the components that make their vehicle go vroom: motors, batteries, engines, radio signals, types of chassis and wheels, and robotic intelligence. Students will ride the waves of radio frequency and modulation, therefore understanding how transmitters and receivers communicate. Other topics of discussion include on-road versus off-road suspension, how RC models compare to full-sized cars, and levels of robotic intelligence (automaton, remote control, teleoperation, full autonomy). Students will experience the hands-on joy of soldering, drilling, and building circuits before applying a custom paint job for the finishing touch. Then it’s off to the arena where the robots will enter and greet each other for NuVu Battlebotics!

    Register here!

    Focus Skills/Subjects/Technologies:


      Physics (Electricity, Magnetism)




       Robotics (Arduino)

      Sensors & Actuators

       Digital Fabrication (Laser-cutting, 3d Printing)

       3d Modeling


    • Enrolling students must be between the ages of 11 to 18 (middle and high school students)