Code and control REAL Robots

remotely in REAL-TIME

3-Day Space Camp. All levels

We’ve developed a live REAL TIME system that reflects the experience of leaning in a classroom. We implemented multiple cameras, amazing curriculum and remote control of the robots in our studio to create an authentic camp experience that you can enjoy from anywhere.

Learn how to code 3 cool robotic Projects with Eduardo, the Founder of  TokyLabs

Class Overview

Become a robotics coder in 3 days. During each class, learn to use engineering and other STEM disciplines to bring our creative robots to life. Finish the course with 3 original algorithms of your own which you have tested on REAL robot in our Studio.



3 Days. 2 hours per day



3  Unique algorightms

Skill level

All levels. 

9 – 11 Years old.


July 25th – 27th | 13:30 – 15:30  (Shanghai, China)

July 29th – 31st | 13:30 – 15:30  (Shanghai, China)

Aug. 1st  – 3rd  | 13:30 – 15:30  (Shanghai, China)

Aug.  5th – 7th  | 13:30 – 15:30  (Shanghai, China) 

New kind of learning experience

Our full studio controlled from your laptop.


1st, live experience. 2nd, content on demand

When streamed in real time, you will be able to CODE THE ROBOTS IN OUR STUDIO REMOTELY, and interact with the facilitator, sending specific questions or sharing your thoughts in real time.
After that, you will have access to the recorded videos at any time and learn from Eduardo as he walks you through his full process behind three cool projects.
Lifetime access to video lessons


Learn by doing

Create your own code/algorithms that will run directly on our robots. You will complete guided challenges that will help you to finish the project. In addition, you will receive free access to the TokyLabs academy and all the exciting coding projects we have there already.

 Structured but flexible assignments


Create alongside our community

Want more? Order any of our hardware kits to be delivered to your home and build any of the projects we have in the online academy. Then, share your work, give feedback and connect with other makers who participated in the class with you. Join our community, and our group chats and increase your network.
 Meet other makers and get inspired

Learn from an expert

Eduardo Alarcón

Eduardo Alarcón is the Founder and CEO of, and Edtech company who created the hardware that it’s changing the way students approach technological innovation. He holds six years of experience as an University researcher where he designed and implemented a multi-model power system for researching on Smart microgrids.  He has seven publications in some of the top international scientific magazines to his name on topics ranging from static synchronous compensators to the NASA space elevator. 

Hear why students love learning with us

Thousands of students are part of our community
Joining TokyLabs courses was such a great investment for my kids development
BeBe K.

Mom of 2 kids

This is just the kind of experiences I want for my son. It is amazing.
Tracy W.

Dad and coder

I was not enthusiastic about learning coding and tech until I found Tokymaker
Willliam W.

Future physicist

Perfect all levels. Great for independent learning and for family activities.
Chris & Luca

Dad and son

Turn an engaging comic into reality

Learn step by step, through a structured course
Following the Comic, young Astronauts just landed to Mars and started their mission of creating sustainable life there.  

The first day Introduces students to all the possibilities in designing a STEM project. Including Sensors, actuators and logic structures. 

All of this will be applied to a number of REAL projects and robots we have in the studio. Students will make their own code to interact with these projects in Real-Time and see the result of their own code.

The first outcome will be a project based on simple actuators to solve a specific problem, like smart farming, automations and more.

After the big sandstorm destroyed the whole colony, the astronauts have to build a decipher to read the message from the earth. They are coming to the rescue!

Then, we will code an autonomous Mars Rover to escape and bring the crew to the Rescue Ship landing point.

This part of the camp focuses on two main aspects: First, building, designing, coding, and installing all the electronics of a Robot. Second, providing a long-lasting experience to students by giving full-time access to the academy and all the courses.

The astronauts are leaving their base station for the rescuing spaceship to return to Earth. Together, they will accomplish crucial tasks in order to reach the endpoint to come back to the Earth.

Applying all previous concepts, the Mars Rover robot will be successfully coded and applied to a competition-like experience against the clock. It involves sensing data, actuators and Internet of things!

Every student that successfully drives the robot to the end point will get a certificate of completion.

TokyLabs’ course covers

 The Design Process

 Rapid Prototyping materials

 Running experiments


 Sensors and Actuators

 Prototyping methods

 Build Techniques

 Internet of Things

 Electronics and Coding

Build 3 unique codes and apply them to REAL Robots in REAL time.

Level up in Robotics and STEM

Want to join?

 Code and Control Robots remotely

 Bring your skills to the next level

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More questions?

What kind of curriculum is this camp following?
Our courses are aligned with many points of several Computer Science standards, such as Arkansas Computer Science and Computing Standards for High School Robotics,  ISTE or CSTA. 

Here are some examples:


1B-A-3-7: Construct and execute an algorithm (set of step-by-step instructions) which includes sequencing, loops, and conditionals to accomplish a task, both independently and collaboratively, with or without a computing device.

 1B-A-5-4: Construct programs, in order to solve a problem or for creative expression, that include sequencing, events, loops, conditionals, parallelism, and variables, using a block-based visual programming language or text-based language, both independently and collaboratively (e.g., pair programming).

ISTE Standards (formerly NETS)

1.c – Use models and simulation to explore complex systems and issues.

2.d – Contribute to project teams to solve problems.

4.b – Plan and manage activities to develop a solution or complete a project.

6.a – Understand and use technology systems.


CT.L1:3-03. Understand how to arrange information into useful order without using a computer.

CT.L1:6-01. Understand and use the basic steps in algorithmic problem-solving.

CT.L1:6-02. Develop a simple understanding of an algorithm using computer-free exercise.

CT.L1:6-05. Make a list of sub-problems to consider while addressing a larger problem.

CPP.L1.3-04. Construct a set of statements to be acted out to accomplish a simple task.

CPP.L1:6-05. Construct a program as a set of step-by-step instructions to be acted out.

CT.L2-03. Define an algorithm as a sequence of instructions that can be processed by a computer.

CT.L2-06. Describe and analyze a sequence of instructions being followed.

1B-A-3-7: Construct and execute an algorithm (set of step-by-step instructions) which includes sequencing, loops, and conditionals to accomplish a task, both independently and collaboratively, with or without a computing device.

1B-D-4-14: Use numeric values to represent non-numeric ideas in the computer (binary, ASCII, pixel attributes such as RGB).

1B-A-5-4: Construct programs, in order to solve a problem or for creative expression, that include sequencing, events, loops, conditionals, parallelism, and variables, using a block-based visual programming language or text-based language, both independently and collaboratively (e.g., pair programming).

2-A-5-6: Develop programs, both independently and collaboratively, that include sequences with nested loops and multiple branches.

2-A-5-7: Create variables that represent different types of data and manipulate their values.

NGSS Science and Engineering Practices

K-2-PS3-2 – Use tools and materials provided to design and build a device that solves a specific problem or a solution to a specific problem.


Common Core Mathematical Practices

1. Make sense of problems and persevere in solving them.

2. Reason abstractly and quantitatively.

4. Model with mathematics.

6. Attend to precision.

7. Look for and make use of structure.

8. Look for and express regularity in repeated reasoning.


We are also aligned with other standards such as Common Core Math Standards and Common Core Language Arts Standards.

Full aligment can be provided upon request.

Who is this class for?

Our camp is for beginners, best suited for kidt 9-11 Years Old

How much experience and knowledge do I need to take this course?

There is no experience required to get in this  Camp. 

How exactly does the 3-day course work?

Students will log in our online academy and we will meet there. Students will have the possibility of sending homework, chatting as a group to get ideas, review the content and download resources. 

The video conferencing will be done through microsoft teams in a laptop. You need to download the software from the microsoft official website.


Are classes live? Do I have to log in at a specific time?

Yes, we’ve created a live webinar studio that captures the essence of what it means to learn in a classroom. We combine multiple cameras, studio-quality video production, and thoughtful teaching to create an authentic classroom experience that you can join from anywhere.

All of this entirely LIVE and with the capability of operation and code in remote.

The exact time is:

– 13:30 to 15:30 Shanghai Time



What tools and materials will I need for this course?
Just a laptop and wifi. 
What happens if I miss a project deadline or don't finish the class?
All the sessions will be recorded for everyone to check again.
Do I take this class from home?
Yes, you can do it from home, or anywhere else with no distrations around you
Will I still have access to the class after the course is over?
Yes, we will give you life-time access to the Academy. There you will find the recorded sessions of this course.
How much does the class cost?

SCIS School can inform you about the cost. Kindly contact them. 

If I don't like it, can I get a refund?
Yes, after the first day, If  you are not happy with the class, you can get a 100% refund. No questions asked.
when does this class start? When's the next one?

We have set 4 slots for you to join with other 7 to 10 students.

– July 25th to 27th

 – July 29th to 31st

– Aug. 1st to 3rd

– Aug. 5th to 7th

Will I get a robot for myself?

If you want any of the robots we are using in this camp you can get them right away at

After completing this camp, you are eligible to sign up for the INVENTOR PRO Camp. There, we will give you very cool hardware to build amazing projects.


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