Robotics Class for Children The 13th Human Academy Robotics Class National Competition The 13th Human Academy National Robotics Competition
Culture BOX (Location: Itabashi-ku, Tokyo; Representative: Mina Matsushita), a joint venture company that operates robot classes for children in Saitama and Ibaraki prefectures, awarded Yuka Fonjo (4th grade elementary school student) the Grand Prize in the Middle Course at the 13th National Human Academy Robot Class Competition held by Human Academy, Inc. on August 26 (Saturday), 2023. (4th grade elementary school) won the Grand Prize in the Middle Course at the "13th Human Academy Robotics Classroom National Competition" hosted by Human Academy Co.
The 13th Human Academy National Robot Class Competition URL
About the Grand Prize
Challenge to create an original robot! Present your idea!
The Idea Contest is a competition to see how well original robots made with robot kits that are normally used are completed. Judging will be based on design, uniqueness of concept, and ingenuity of structure and mechanism.
(Organizer Human Academy HP)
The chairman of the judging committee is Mr. Tomotaka Takahashi, an advisor to robot schools.
Representative Director of Robo Garage, Inc. Representative works include the dry cell battery commercial "Evolta," the assembling robot kit "Weekly Robi," the robot telephone "Robophone," and the robot astronaut "Kilobo.
About the Grand Prize of the 13th Human Academy Robotics Classroom National Competition
The 13th Human Academy Robotics Classrooms National Competition is a nationwide competition in which more than 27,000 students from 1,700 schools nationwide submit their ideas for the Grand Prize. This year, the grand prize in the middle course category was awarded to Yuka Tonoshiro (4th grade elementary school student) from the Culture Box Steam School (Urawa Corso School), operated by our company.
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Fortune-telling robot "Urara-chan
I created this robot because I thought it would be nice if it could tell fortunes for the day before going to school in the morning.
When you tap your hand, the spinning roulette stops, and when you get a big fortune, it makes a sound.
The middle course can only use a sound sensor, so it was very difficult to come up with a mechanism that makes a sound when the robot reaches the "big lucky" spot.
We devised the connection of the buzzer and touch sensor, and adjusted the programming to complete the project.
We operate "Robot School" under a franchise agreement with Human Academy Co.
Using educational materials provided by Human Academy and our original guidance and approach, we have the largest number of students in Japan, focusing on "enhancing self-esteem and fostering the ability to play an active role in the future".
We will continue to offer free trial classes every month as a company that helps children grow through "STEAM education".
**Trial Class Application Form for Each Classroom** **
Miel Kawaguchi Classroom
AEON MALL Tsukuba
Company Name ： Limited Liability Company Culture BOX
Representative: Mina Matsushita, President
Location (of the school): Urawa Corso 2F, 1-12-1 Takasago, Urawa-ku, Saitama-shi, Saitama 330-0063, Japan
Business description: Operation of robot programming classes and dementia prevention computer classes
Miel Kawaguchi School
Miel Kawaguchi 1F, 2-7-25 Honmachi, Kawaguchi-shi, Saitama 332-0012, Japan
AEON MALL Tsukuba
AEON MALL Tsukuba 3F, 66-1 Inaoka, Tsukuba, Ibaraki 305-0071, Japan
Urawa Corso 2F, 1-12-1 Takasago, Urawa-ku, Saitama-shi, Saitama 330-0063