Mars 2050: The ice rush!

EIXOS CREATIVA

Interactive Stand Stand: T23A

Learn what are the parts of a robot and discover how they are programmed.

Year 2050: humanity has colonized Mars and a team of robots helps the first settlers to extract blocks of ice to obtain drinking water and fuel.

In this activity participants will explore our Martian installation. They will need to activate barriers and traffic lights to control the robots, operate the crane or hack the information panel of the hangar. Their mission consists in transporting the maximum number of blocks of ice from the glacier to the treatment plant. All these tasks will be done while discovering the bases of programming and robotics!

Participants will learn which are the main parts of a robot and how they are programmed using a set of robots and other electronic components.

Age Range

Under 10, 10–12,

Theme

Technology & Coding

Topics

Coding, Robotics, Technology,

Days scheduled

Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

Show times

Tuesday
Start time End time Location
09:00 16:30 Stand T23A
Wednesday
Start time End time Location
09:00 16:30 Stand T23A
Thursday
Start time End time Location
09:00 16:30 Stand T23A
Friday
Start time End time Location
09:00 15:00 Stand T23A
Saturday
Start time End time Location
10:00 16:00 Stand T23A