Robot Vision Game Play

and activities for the young learner

Want a unique way to celebrate a Birthday Party? We've collected some of our most successful games and activities and have made them availabe to groups such as Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts; and for Birthdays, or Celebrations. Click Here.


Come experience some of our activites at Kids Nite Out in Broomfield and Arvada.

STEM Enrichment Mini-Camps

Deeply rooted in Math and Science - hands on Engineering and Technology!

What value can you place on motivating and inspiring a young mind? Our STEM Enrichment mini-camp provides students with new perspectives which excites them about learning Math and Science as well as potential career paths in robotics and computer vision industries. All concepts come together through hands on learning and celebrated with student-built robot-vision game play.

Northglenn STEM

Sign up early for our Sorting Machine Mini-Camp over Spring Break at Northglenn STEM. Click Here.

Join our Team

Expert Teachers and Industry Professionals Wanted!

Are you an educator who loves cutting edge technology? Do you recognize trends in industry and have a great idea for a STEM Enrichment Mini-Camp? Are you in love with Math or Science and have the unique gift to tutor?
If so, we'd love to talk and have you join our team. Shoot me an email at

Looking for enrichment, homework help, or subject tutoring? We can help! Call and talk to us about your child's needs. We have helped hundreds of students with a proven track record of success since 2007.

Letter of Reference for David Duran, Program Director.

Problems from Industry, adopting the Instructional Model of Inquiry and Problem-based Learning

Each Problems from Industry course is designed to engage students with an authentic problem rooted in content (machine vision industry) and have them analyze, research, and study the problem. Students, through authentic experiences and collaboration propose solutions to the problem(s) presented. Students will be guided in using robotic and vision equipment in their solutions while incorporating the Engineering Design Process. Students present their findings and solutions to a panel of experts (and parents) and receive critical feedback to be able to rethink and redesign their solutions and findings. A second iteration is key to student development.