WASHINGTON, DC – 14 Apr, 2016 – The Robotics Inventors Club All Stars competition is the first of its kind business/technology innovation competition, where children (elementary ages thru middle school ages) face off in a ‘shark tank’ style pitch and demo competition. The theme this year is to design and build a robot to address childhood obesity, developing something that will encourage a child to get outside and exercise while providing the gaming component that entices children.
The teams spent the last 8 months building their robots and their businesses around their project and are set to square off, head to head later this month. This program was announced last year under the President Obama’s call to ‘Educate to Innovate’ and Infamous Robotics LLC, the designers of this competition and unique STEAM curriculum, are pleased to offer the public an insight into the future of STEM education and robotics innovation. The event will be held April 18, 2016 from 9:00-11 AM at Three Flint Hill 3201 Jermantown Road, Fairfax, VA 22030.
“Our mission is to foster the inventor within each child by educating them with our exclusive Robotics Expansion™ curricula and course materials. The STEAM curricula we have developed utilizes Robotics as a vehicle to educate and inspire the children to pursue a career in the technical fields like no others can,” says Anthony Nunez, President of Infamous Robotics.
Infamous Robotics is a robotics company that has developed a unique Science Technology Engineering Art and Math (STEAM) curriculum that uses robotics as a vehicle to foster the inventor within each child. The purpose of Infamous Robotics LLC is to prepare our children for the competitive robotics environment they will face in the global economy, giving them the knowledge and tools necessary to become the next robotic inventor.
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