BDPA Cincinnati Chapter
Student Information Technology Education and Scholarship
Build HTML Web Page Calculator
Build A Visual Basic Airline Ticket Application
Build A Windows Phone Application
Week 4, 5 & 6
Custom Web Site Development
Week 4, 5, 6
Students will learn
- Operation and theory of the Internet
- Identify and understand Internet Components
- Web development programming languages and tools
- How web pages use graphics, animation, audio and video
- How to layout and design web sites
- Develop Custom Website
Week 7, 8, 9
- Learn Microcontrollers
- Learn C++
- Learn Automation Software
- Build Robotic Projects
Stop Light Controller
Students Program Controller using C++
Sumo Robot Battle
This Zumo Robot
programmed by BDPA High School Students
to search and detect an
adversary robot and push it out of the ring.
The Arduino UNO microcontroller was programmed to guide
computer. May the best Robot win!
3D Printing is a form of Robotics. Using the output from a
Computer Aided Design (CAD) program,
3D Printers can produce 3 Dimension Objects. This technology
will allow Astronauts produce spare
parts on the Space Station and on Mars, once we have manned
missions. They are used today to
produce prostetics, architectural models, machine parts
prototypes, scultures, toys and many other products.
Students will be taught the theory of 3D printers and
participate in an exercise where they will use an open
source program called TinkerCad to produce content. The output
of the CAD program will be sent
to 3D printers to produce 3D objects.
Week 11, 12, 13
The Internet of Things
Simply stated, this idea revolves around connecting all smart
devices large and small on the internet.
As an example, road sensors could be routed directly to the
internet to help control traffic.
Implanted medical devices can communicate anywhere in the world.
Wearable devices that
connect to networks are IOT devices. Students will learn the
theory and complete an IOT project.
Develop and Present PowerPoint slides demonstrating camp projects
Parents, BDPA Members and Supporters are invited view presentations where students
showcase skills gained during the Computer Camp.