Every month, a group of technology enthusiasts meet in an Oakland warehouse to build tiny self-driving cars. “DIY Robocars” was organized by Chris Anderson, who also runs drone company 3DR. While these cheap, disposable cars aren’t as sophisticated as the ones being developed by Tesla or Google, Anderson says that the advantage of using these “Robocars” is that there is lots of room to fail.
The Chabot Space and Science Center recently broke ground on a $2 million addition aimed at encouraging visitors to explore the natural surroundings of the center.
Approving the construction contract for Glenview Elementary School, adopting an electronic enrollment system and updates on programs for district English learners dominated the school board meeting on Wednesday night.
An exhibit at the Chabot Space and Science Center in Oakland is exploring mechanics, engineering, and physics using pinball machines, some of which are see-through or deconstructed.
Every Saturday, the Museum of Art and Digital Entertainment holds a free scratch programming class as an educational resource for youth to learn basic coding.
Four leading women artists in the film, animation and game industries led the opening night of the Bay Area International Children’s Film Festival.