Thank you for supporting the BCS Robotics Team at the Barnes & Noble Maker Faire this weekend!
Brooklyn Collaborative’s Robotics Club, The RoboSharks, was at the Barnes & Noble in Park Slope (267 7th Ave, Brooklyn) this weekend (Sat 11/5 & Sun 11/6) from 11am-4pm. They showcased a variety of Maker Faire products, including Vex robots, Sphero robots, the Banana Piano. The highlight of the event was the BCS Frisbee Bot, a student-created robot that shoots frisbees! Brooklyn Collaborative received 15% of the sales from the weekend, to further support our RoboSharks program.
NY1 interviews our BCS Robotics Team!
BCS RoboSharks make an impression on young children!
Alicia Lauricella, the Community Business Development Manager at the Park Slope Barnes & Noble, shared her glowing praises with us after last year’s event, where our team was showcased in the first ever MakerFaire at the bookstore. Alicia shared this anecdote with us earlier this year, as we were preparing for this year’s event: “A little girl came up to me yesterday, but was too shy to talk. Her mother came over and said, “I think she dreamt this, but did you ever sell a machine that shoots Frisbees? She has been talking about it all year and I keep telling her she made it up.” And I told her all about the BCS Robosharks and how she didn’t make it up, they did. The little girl was excited to be validated, and the mother was thrilled that a club like that exists; her (6yr old?) daughter can’t wait to go to high school now. Your students made an impression on a lot of kids that weekend!”Here are some pictures of our students preparing for the event by trying out all the products!