This association sells merchandise and services, as an effort to recover our operating cost. The multiple divisions across Canada focus on providing a role playing community, based on a spaceship simulation experience using computers.
Recommended age 8-12. Cadets do not need to be familiar with basic programming concepts or have any programming experience. We will teach from the fundamentals and up! In this three week course, cadets will learn how to write computer code to make a robot perform various tasks assigned by the Commandant. The results will be used for future research and development by the Science, Technology, Engineering, Artistic & Mathematics Research team.
Recommended ages 10-14. Recommends completing the Intro to Robotics Programming Course or equivalent. All work requires understanding of basic Cartesian geometry describing points in three-dimensional space. They are usually labeled x, y, and z. Learn how to plot in 3 dimensions your space station for spaceships to dock and refuel.
Mark Bell's design for Artemis Armada convention and any related Artemis purpose. Patch for Artemis Spaceship Bridge Simulator game, as seen at http://www.artemis.eochu.com/. Approximately 3 1/4 Inches wide. Sturdy stand-alone construction, easily sewn or fused to your t-shirt, shirt or uniform.