|8th February 2021|
|9.30am - 12noon|
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Our online camps are delivered live in small groups by our fab team of expert tech leaders so your child has all the input and interaction they need.
Create and play your own 3D game or animation! Welcome to our 3D animation studio, where students use an innovative block-based programming environment to create their own 3D games and animations. Students will learn to program character interaction, movement and control keys within their own games and animations. Nemo, Dory and flying dragons will keep students engaged and having fun as they learn
Open to children aged 8+
Required—PC/laptop with a good internet connection. We will be using free software.
Sessions will be run via zoom.
Places can’t be guaranteed and are allocated on a first come basis
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