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Bricks by the Bay LEGO Expo this Sunday

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  • Steve Putz
    All LEGO enthusiasts should make sure to attend Bricks by the Bay LEGO Exposition I will be there with robot demonstrations and competitions. Details at
    Message 1 of 1 , Apr 8, 2010
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      All LEGO enthusiasts should make sure to attend Bricks by the Bay LEGO Exposition
      I will be there with robot demonstrations and competitions.
       
       
      Sunday, April 11 10am-4pm
      Fremont Marriott Silicon Valley
      46100 Landing Parkway, Fremont, CA
      Admission $5
       
      or even consider attending the entire Bricks by the Bay LEGO Convention on April 9-11, 2010
       
       
       
       
       

      Future Robotics Learning Classes....

      LEGO Animation Studio
      Saturday, April 17, 2010
       
      In one day, build your own mini movie set and create your own animated movie using provided LEGO® mini figures or other objects you bring or make! Using LEGO® Cam and LEGO® Studios software, you use a computer and video camera to make your animated movie using stop-motion and live video techniques. You then edit your movie and add exciting sound effects, music, narration and titles with the LEGO Studios software. Your finished movie will be mailed to you on a DVD. Adults are welcome to register. Bring a sack lunch for 45-minute lunch break.
       
      To register, phone 408-864-8817, or visit the following web page:
         
      http://fhda.augusoft.net/index.cfm?method=ClassInfo.ClassInformation&int_class_id=92
       

      Java Greenfoot Games & Simulations
      Wednesday Evenings, April 21 - June 9, 2010
       
      This class is an introduction to programming games and simulations using the Greenfoot Java programming framework for kids in grades 8 through 10. Older students and adults are also welcome to register. Some prior programming experience is recommended. Greenfoot provides a framework for easily programming interactive 2-D simulations and games based on a World and Actor model. Programming concepts and techniques are introduced and practiced through a series of fun programming examples such as creating animal and physics simulations and simple interactive games. Students will use Java programming language to define objects, variables and methods for implementing their simulations and games. 90-minute class sessions include time to work on the programs with help from the instructor. Some homework time is required to complete the lessons. Students should bring their own laptop computer (PC or Mac), or arrange with the instructor for use of a computer (for an extra fee). Software is provided at the first class.
       
      To register, phone 408-864-8817, or visit the following web page:
         
      http://fhda.augusoft.net/index.cfm?method=ClassInfo.ClassInformation&int_class_id=88

       
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