CS-STEM Curriculum and Technology Showcase

A showcase of new technologies on the CS-STEM Network

Check out our virtual robotics curriculum, machine learning simulator, and co-robotic games!

The Carnegie Mellon Robotics Academy provides Virtual EV3 and Virtual SPIKE Prime curricula that allow students to follow along using a coding environment and virtual robot built right into the web pages of the CS-STEM Network. This Technology Showcase includes sample activities from the full curricula. More details are available at the Carnegie Mellon Robotics Academy website

In the Machine Vision Primer, you'll learn how Machine Vision can be integrated into robotics systems to automatically perform tasks such as image detection and quality control. 

Program your co-robotic partner to help you as you play the Player-Programmed-Partner Games!

Iris Rover Challenge with VICE Virtual Robot

This badge is a sample activity from the full Coding and Computational Thinking with a Virtual Robot curriculum. In this activity, you will learn how to program the movement of a virtual robot from directly within your web browser while completing challenges themed after the real-world Iris Rover from Carnegie Mellon University.

Virtual SPIKE Prime Coding - Iris Rover Challenge

This badge is a sample activity from the full Coding and Computational Thinking with Virtual SPIKE Prime curriculum. In this activity, you will learn how to program the movement of a Virtual SPIKE Prime robot from directly within your web browser while completing challenges themed after the real-world Iris Rover from Carnegie Mellon University. 

Player-Programmed-Partner Games

In Player-Programmed-Partner Games, you play alongside a collaborative robot (aka "cobot") that you can code to suit your playstyle and accomplish the goals in the game.  
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