Level D Preview

Want to know what you'll learn in Level D? Level D takes all the electronics, coding, and Raspberry Pi skills learned...

Level B: Capacitive Touch Sensors

In this project, a capacitive touch input is wired into the Raspberry Pi to control whether an LED is on or off. For ...

Level B: Using a Potentiometer to Control the Brightness of an LED

In this project, we’ve set up the same basic monitoring system as we used for the phototransistor project (link): the...

Level B: Using a Phototransistor to Control an LED

In this project, the phototransistor is connected to an analog-to-digital converter. The analog value of the sensor i...

Teaching Robotics to Elementary Students

If your child isn't quite yet old enough to start our Intro to Robotics course, check out the great options available...

Level B: Working with RFID

In Level B you learn to work with RFID which stands for radio frequency identification. 

Level B: Working with a Matrix-style Keypad

The matrix-style keypad is taught in Intro to Robotics Level B. The keypad can be programmed to accept input that can...

Why Learn to Read Schematics?

Learn how schematics are used, where you might encounter them, and how learning to read them can save time and money.

Troubleshooting as a Valuable Skill

Troubleshooting is a valuable skill that can save time, money, and is looked for by STEM hiring managers.
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