Camp Integem: In-Person #1 AR Coding, STEM & Art Camp at King Middle
Join #1 Augmented Reality Summer Camp for K-12 students, hosted at Martin Luther King Middle School at Berkeley this Summer
In-person small camps for kids and teens ages 5-18 to learn holographic augmented reality coding, game design, art design, space exploration, nature exploration, animation, storytelling and more.
Only 8 Students per Class!
Students will learn to program, design, and innovate with future tech!
Since 2018, students from 20 countries and over 170 local schools have joined Integem Holographic AR Summer Camp.
Age Groups: 5-6, 6-8, 8-10, 10-14, 14+
Locations: Multiple locations in the Bay Area!
Through hands-on projects, students will create their own Holographic AR outer-space/nature adventures; Holographic AR animated comics; Holographic AR Broadcasting studio; and/or interactive 3D Holographic AR movies/games. Students will learn Holographic AR programming, STEM/STEAM concepts, computer animation, UX/UI Design, 3D modeling, artificial intelligence(AI), and visual communication. Suitable for students of all computer skills, from zero experience to advanced levels. Great Instructors! No special glasses/equipment needed.
- AR coding
- 3D Movie
- 3D Game Design
- Digital Art and Interactive Comic Book
- Space Voyager
- Nature Exploration
- Engineering Innovation
- News Report
Camp Dates: June 3-Aug. 9 (Monday-Friday), no camp day on July 4.
Time: 9 AM-3 PM
Before and aftercare: 3-5 PM
- Berkeley: Martin Luther King Jr. Middle School
- Palo Alto: Gunn High School
- Fremont: Mission San Jose High School
- Cupertino: Homestead High School
- Belmont/San Carlos: Carlmont High School
- Pleasanton/San Ramon: Amador Valley High School