Education: resources for teachers

Comparatif NVIDIA Jetson

Comparison of NVIDIA Jetson nanocomputers

NVIDIA® Jetson™ Systems: Deploy powerful AI in your robotic projects Compact, able to run powerful real-time calculations, while being energy efficient, NVIDIA Jetson nanocomputers adapt perfectly to the constraints of embedded systems. NVIDIA® Jetson™ nanocomputers are used to deploy deep learning applications, manage multiple neural networks in parallel, or process high-resolution data from multiple sensors[…]
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Construis une manette de jeu tapis avec Makey Makey !

Build a gamepad mat with Makey Makey!

In this activity, you will build a giant gamepad, which you will control standing, with your feet! A fun way to do a bit of exercice! Age range: 11-16 years (with the help of an adult for the youngest) Difficulty : medium Duration: 120 minutes Materials: A Makey Makey kit (board + alligator clips) A[…]
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Nos 10 plateformes préférées pour une découverte de la robotique et de l’électronique en famille

Our 10 favourite robots (for some family fun!)

What gives you the possibility to grow your creativity and ingenuity from an early age? To explore the digital world beyond screens and social networks? To make use of technology actively rather than passively? To create a link between the knowledge acquired at school and having fun? Take advantage of the next few weeks to[…]
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Get into Light Painting with Thymio!

What are you going to do in this activity? Ever heard of light painting? You may have seen pictures taken with the light painting technique. These are photos taken at night, on which you can see nice streaks of light (usually car headlights or stars). 2 examples of light painting Age range: 7-16 years (accompanied[…]
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Nos 5 extensions préférées pour micro:bit

Our 5 favourite micro:bit extensions

The micro:bit board is extremely popular among enthusiasts worldwide. Developed initially by the BBC for pupils to easily learn the basics of programming and develop a creative mind, the micro:bit board has since won over a much wider audience than simply that of English schoolchildren! Inexpensive (under €20), small (it can be used in connected[…]
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Guide de prise en main du bras robotique Niryo One

Niryo One 6-Axis Robotic Arm Getting Started Guide

With this guide, you learn how to launch, connect, calibrate and execute sequences with Niryo. We will introduce you to Niryo One Studio visual programming interface (Niryo can also be programmed with Python, ROS, Matlab, C++). Niryo One kit parts list The Niryo One kit includes the following components: 1 Niryo One robotic arm (assembled)[…]
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Guide d’achat 2020 : robotique à l’université

Buyer’s Guide 2020: robotics for higher education & labs

2020 Buyer’s Guide for higher education (electrical engineering and computer science, engineering school, technical college, etc.) and researchers Using robots in a scientific or technical cursus encourages students to create programs for real-world applications. And it’s important that students are able to work with proper hardware. Robotics can be used to teach programming, machine learning,[…]
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