LASA Robotics recently completed the 2016 series of annual SMART (Science, Math, Robotics, and Technology) Camps. These student run camps have served over 1000 Austin area students. This years campers built robots to navigate a maze and sumo wrestle other robots autonomously. We look forward to hosting more young engineers next year!
Squishy circuit education was just one part of the program this past Saturday at the Texas Museum of Science and Technology. LASA Robotic students participated in a fireside chat, explaining how to build competition robots. In a 20 minute question and answer session with Museum Outreach Director, Liz Latham, two students did a great job [...]
With well over 100 people in attendance, Friday Night Bots was a huge success. Several FLL teams scrimmaged informally, while nearby patrons engaged in squishy circuit activities, or lego gear instruction. LASA Robotics students were at the ready, teaching hands-on activities for dozens of young children. Texas Museum of Science and Technology was a welcoming venue [...]
LASA Robotics represented LASA High School at the 2016 AISD Showcase. The showcase was held on Saturday, January 9, 2016, 9:00am to 12:00pm at the Palmer Events Center, 900 Barton Springs Road 78704. Austin ISD invited prospective students, their families and the community to the High School Showcase.
ATX STEM Park is pleased to announce they have a home. In a collaborative agreement with Austin Community College, Phase 1 of ATX STEM Park will begin spring 2015 with over 5000 cubit feet of robotics space in Austin’s Highland Mall. "Finally world class Robotics Teams in Austin will be able to play an [...]