Sky Dance – be part of it
Precision control of robotics using human operated or pre-programmed systems is useful in a range of areas. Whether as hand-eye coordination while playing computer games, creating artistic technology projects, or being useful in industry careers.
- raise awareness of remotely operated robotics for research and artistic purposes;
- introduce coding, building and operating drones / remotely operated machines; and
- explore education and career options in drone and robotics technology.
With funding from Oxford City Council and involving several other partners, this project will introduce young people to drone technology and, working with local companies with drone operation expertise, create a sky dance – see examples below.
Leys CDI Summer Holiday Project 2022 is taking place in The Barn, Greater Leys. It is a great mix of Holiday Activities for 9 to 18 year olds in Blackbird Leys, running Monday to Friday:
Starting Monday 1st August, Ending Friday 26th August
The Barn, Nightingale Avenue, OX4 7BU
Visit the Leys CDI Summer Holiday Project 2022 website for more information about joining: https://leyscdi.co.uk/summer/
So that young people are safe and can enjoy the CDI project to the full, bookings are compulsory. There is a free choice of activities available on the day. The full range of options are hosted on the Leys CDI Summer Holiday Project 2022 website:
Related free activities
The big puzzle
Sat 15 October, 2 – 4pm Oxfordshire County Library, OX1 1DJ Pre-book, Free / PWYD Age 7-12 / Teenage, Adult
Code and fly a drone
Sat 22 October 2022, 2 – 4pm Oxfordshire County Library, OX1 1DJ Pre-book, Free / PWYD Age 7-12 / Teenage / Adult
Mon 24 October, 11am – 5pm The Barn, Nightingale Ave, OX4 7BU Pre-book, Free / PWYD Age 7 – 12, Teenage, Adult Interactive