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Making Space Technologies: Build, Try and See Rockets, Robots, ...

Making Space Technologies: Build, Try and See Rockets, Robots, ...

Build experiment and look at space technologies (rockets, robots, ...) designed by the students of the Istituto Massimo in Rome. Our students will help you build Lego robots, air / deodorant rocket launchers and rockets that reach 100 meters.
You will be able to experience rocket launching, robot programming, the space station with virtual reality and 3D drawing / printing.
You can see up close the rockets built by our students that reach 480 meters, the 50 km / hour robots with their robotic arms, the floating lab and the world record drones. All these devices were built by our 10 to 17 year old in our open source courses.

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Making Space Technologies: Build, Try and See Rockets, Robots, ...

Istituto Massimiliano Massimo di Roma, gruppo Making Open: Claudio Becchetti, Fabrizio Olati, Paolo De Gregorio, Fausto Poletto, ...

The courses have been widely reported on television and in the national and international press (TG1 main editions, TGR, Rai News, Isoradio, Washington Post, Repubblica, Corriere, Libero, EWTN US channel, 6ABC US Channel, ...)

Example of courses are Making Drones (60 students building their own professional drone achieving world record of maximum number of flying drones driven by kids).
Making 3D Printers with 69 students (8-15 years old) building their 70 pieces 3d printer.
Crowd4Africa: 15 students between the age of 15 and 17 organizing a winning crowdfunding campaign to donate two mini fab to African hospitals within this project a novel method to create prosthetics from bottle caps and no industrials devices has been designed.

In Making RoboMagis, our students (10-17 years) have built 60 robots (50 km / h speed, 6-degree robotic arm, telemetry and driver assistance systems).
The students of Making Water Tech 4.0 (10 to 16 years) have built 35 Waterlab: low cost open source floating laboratories (160 €) with recycled materials to monitor pH, Temperature, Turbidity, Conductivity, Dissolved Oxygen, ....

The 2019 project (Making Space Reaction) has been designed mainly by Paolo De Gregorio, Fausto Poletto and Claudio Becchetti with the support of other 15 professional volunteers.



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