Maker Camp Batch 1 Projects
2021 Maker camp’s projects are Anti gravity pencil, electrical motor, Automatic Swing, Electricity Magic “Tesla Coil”, Shake Generator, The Electric Telegraph & Morse Code, and Summer Special Project Mini Air Cooler
7. Summer Special Project “DIY Mini Air Cooler”
6. Anti gravity pencil
An exciting fun learning activity to explore magnetism, its properties and applications. The project will also help young scientists to understand about levitation and how it can be produced.
• Magnetism and its types
• Properties of magnet
• Levitation and its working
• Design and making
• Presentation and communication
5. Tesla Tower
An activity to learn about electricity, its generation, and high-frequency transmission wirelessly. Students will explore the tesla coil, its making, and electricity transfer without any medium.
- Electricity generation.
- high-frequency transmission
- Wireless electricity transfer
- Components handling
- Making of circuit
- Communication and coordination
4. Shake Generator
Electricity is one of the basic necessities of life and can be generated by a great number of methods, since we have been focusing on electromagnetic themes so our young scientists will learn to generate electricity with magnets using a simple technique.
Relationship between magnetism and electricity
Working principle of induction and its types
Coordination and communication
3. Electric Motor
The project mainly describes the concept of electromagnetism, the working principle of DC motor and its application in various appliances.
• Energy conversion
• Electromagnetism and its application
• Working of DC motor
• Morse code and decode
• Electric signal and communication
• Working and application of morse code
• Design and construction
• Hands-on making
• Team building and presentation
2. Automatic Swing
The fun learning hands-on project to comprehend and explore about the magnet, its properties and how it can be used to move objects using magnetic push and pull.
• Magnet and magnetism
• Properties of magnet
• Magnetic poles and their force
• Making of prototype
• Team building
• Compassion and coordination
1. The Electric Telegraph & Morse Code
To transmit messages across telegraph wires, in the 1830s Morse and Vail created what came to be known as Morse code. Morse code transmitted by an electrical telegraph
An electrical telegraph is a point-to-point text messaging system, primarily used from the 1840s until the mid 20th century when it was slowly replaced by other telecommunication systems. It used coded pulses of electric current through dedicated wires to transmit information over long distances
Morse code is an exciting and brain storming activity to learn about electrical communication, how it served as the foundation of coding and its importance.
• Making and use of coding machine
• Hands-on skills
• Communication and coordination