Let’s see robots shooting at Chongqing Science and Technology Museum
The children were having a “Super Track” race.
In addition to children’s hands-on ability, this section is also a huge test of parents’ memory and expression, said the director of the organizing committee.
The children who join in “You Say&I Do” are older competitors, about seven years old. They build similar models by reference to the committee’s pictures while their parents are taking a guess of the work near to them. If the answer is right, they will pass this section. And the winner goes to the family which gets the most correct answers within the shortest time.
As the World Cup is in full swing, these families get a chance to experience the role of the World Cup scorer in “Pea Shooter”. Most of the participants in this program are children of seven to nine years old. First, a shooting device is designed by the participant which is controlled by a computer program. Usually, the competitor finishes the contest under his or her parent. In the course of the match, the player passes the ball from the serving area to the shooting area, and then the shooting device kicks the ball into the goal. Finally, the family with the highest number of shots in the required time wins.
Watching the children carefully controlling the force to help the robot to shoot the goal with computers, the onlookers erupt in exclamations as if they are watching a World Cup match. The children and their parents give high-fives to celebrate every good shot.
Accompanied by their parents, children were having an “I Do & You Say” race.
According to the director of the organizing committee, the five sections are set for children of different ages. The older the participants are, the more difficult the competitions and the less involved the parents will be, so as to gradually highlight the child’s independence. (Translated by Song Zhipeng, Fathom Language Limited)