The Techies Lab is a initiative launched in 2015 in Belgium, by a happy bunch of passionate volunteers, for kids and teenagers to discover, experiment, learn and play with technology (robots, coding, gaming, 3D printing...). Through one-week tech camps and one-day/afternoon discovery workshops, we foster our Techies' creativity!
Our objective is to instill the maker's spirit, deconstruct to better reconstruct and understand the inner working of things. Our workshops are fun (we laugh!), hands-on (we make things) and long-lived (we take back our projects home to further develop them).
This year we would like to offer you weekly workshops. We have lots of fun ideas: coding video games, building and programming badly-behaved robots, discovering the basics of cryptology... This said, what would you like best? - parent-child workshops or child only workshops? - age range? - Wednesdays, Saturdays, Sundays? We'd love to have your opinion. Please take a few minutes to fill in this short poll:
A perfectly brewed tea: mission impossible? Not for those who master electronics!
During three Sundays in a row, our Chief Maker, Hugo, will help your teens create the perfect tea infuser thanks to electronics and a tad of code.
No prior electronics/programming knowledge required
Three Sundays: March 11, 18 and 25, 2018
10am to 12pm (noon)
Co.Station, Place Sainte-Gudule 5, 1000 Brussels
Who can attend?
Teens between 12 and 16 y.o.
The workshop will be delivered mainly in French but our team can answer questions in English.
€30 per particpant for the 3 workshops
Each participant should bring a laptop. If you don't own one, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org