On Saturday, December 3rd from 4 – 4:30 p.m., Lee St James will be leading a workshop to help promote the University of Regina’s – Lifelong Learning Centre.
People of all ages are invited to learn how to use our social robot named Mindy. Make her say something funny, move her arms, change her facial expression, play a song or game. If you know how to use a smart phone or tablet, you can learn how to be a robot handler in under 10 minutes. Participants will have a chance to earn a Level 1 Robot Handler badge or make a holiday music video for Instagram or Facebook.
To learn more about the programs offered at the Lifelong Learning Centre, visit their website: https://www.uregina.ca/cce/personal-enrichment/program-guide/index.html
The Cornwall Centre is located at 2102 11th Ave in downtown Regina. The workshops will be held on the main level near the SaskTel store.
Such fun! Mindy, the iPal2 robot, is joined by a pre-production sample of her new mini version. The same songs and activities can work on mini Mindy! Pre-orders will be available in the new year!
Join Lee St James in this interactive workshop to learn how to use a social robot named Mindy. Make her say something funny, move her arms, change her facial expression, play a song or game. If you know how to use a smart phone or tablet, participants of any age can learn how to be a robot handler in under 10 minutes.
Adults are eligible to register for a 6-session Lifelong Learning Centre course titled: “Robots in Retirement: Engaging People with Technology” (Wednesday afternoons from January 25 to Mar 11, 2023) Click here to view the program. Registration opens December 15, 2022.
Participants at the workshop will receive their Level 1 Robot Handler badges!