Our workshops are based on building, coding and designing a selection of products. We will be available to help and guide you throughout the process.
In this workshop you will learn how to build and manage the Air:bit drone. We will focus on how to use the micro:bit as a sender and receiver.
You will learn how to code and program the micro:bit to send short text based user inputs over radio, and modify the receiver to move the Air:bit drone when an incoming text is received. This by using block-programming in Make:code.
What you learn:
This workshop is suitable for interdisciplinary work in science, mathematics, engineering, technology, arts and crafts, physics, ethics and language subjects as Norwegian and English.
This workshop focuses on learning how to build and fly a drone.
Kolibri is a simplified micro-building kit with a small, 50g quadcopter. You will fly the drone by using the included remote control.
Because of its size, this drone requires relatively little space and you can fly it just as well inside as outside.
Hover:bit is a swift, floating hovercraft. Experience true cross curriculum learning that involves coding, papercrafts, design, glueing, aerodynamics, screws, bolts and assembly.
We are using recycled cardboard and natural plywood instead of plastic. When ready, the hover:bit will swiftly drift away, only limited by your piloting skills.
This workshop teaches you how to start using your 3D-printer. How to make simple models, make them ready for print, and how to print. We also take you through the basics of the printer and how to do the necessary maintenance.
A vinyl cutter cuts perfectly precise stickers for cutlery or textiles. In this workshop we show you how to apply single or double colour graphics to t-shirts, cups, jars and more.
In this workshop, we show you the magic of the micro:bit.
We will show you how to start using makecode, how to program simple commands, using the sensors and Bluetooth.
In this workshop you can make your own fantasy animal. Pre-cut parts with head, legs and body are decorated and assembled with legs of steel wire. A vibration motor is mounted and connected, which will get the fantasy animal moving in a random direction.
What you learn:
Get to know basic coding og motors, servo and LED. This simple introduction concept will let you make an automated bubble blower machine!
This workshop is about learning how a robot can solve a meaningless or meaningful problem, by using micro:bit.
By identifying the problem, you will learn how to design your own robot which will solve the problem for you.
What you learn:
This workshop is suitable for interdisciplinary work in science, mathematics and arts and crafts, as well as elective courses such as programming and technology in practice.
The MD2 is the oldest workshop at MakeKit and it features our own drone-kit who stems back to 2015 and is being refined and perfected year after year.
It features a full blooded brushless quadcopter with lots of power and modification options. This workshop is great for businesses and team-building as well as a great in depth workshop for older children.
What you learn:
This workshop is also suitable for interdisciplinary work in science, mathematics, engineering, technology, arts and crafts, physics, ethics and language subjects as Norwegian and English.
Collaboration and relationship building are just as important as professional input in a company. Gather your team and do something fun and creative to boost your team spirit!
At this workshop you and your team will learn how to build and fly a quadcopter from scratch. You can choose from two different courses - easy and advanced.
Time: 1-3 hours
This course focuses on learning how to build and fly a Kolibri drone. Kolibri is a simplified micro-building kit with a small, 50g, quadcopter. You will fly the drone by using the included remote control. Because of its size, this drone requires relatively little space and you can fly it just as well inside as outside.
Time: 4-5 hours
How about gathering your team to learn how to build and fly your own drone from scratch? This workshop includes a kit consisting of a 500g quadcopter and you get to learn about all the basic components and how to fly the quadcopter by using different settings and configurations in the flight controller.
At this workshop, you can design and create your own drone with a laser cutter and 3D printer. Laser cutter: You will draw the frame from scratch in Fusion 360 or Google SketchUp, which you then laser cut. Instructions will be given throughout the workshop.
3D print: The drone frame can be 3D printed, or made of ice rods or other 3D printed parts. To prepare the files for the printer, we use programs as Fusion 360, Google SketchUp, slic3r or Cura.
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