The robots are the pride and joy of local youth start-up Stick 'Em, a 10-member team that aims to bring robotics to children at one-tenth the cost of traditional robotics kits.
Mdm President & IMDA CEO tries their hands at Stick 'Em during the Digital for Life Festival to bring together Singaporeans to embrace digital learning as a lifelong pursuit.
Students from Rulang Primary using Stick 'Em, a STEM assembly kit, to build robots with chopsticks to build robots. This helps them understand design-thinking concepts and exercise creative problem solving in a simple and fun way.
A wefie with the one of the winning RHB Hacks teams, Stick'Em SG. Using 3D-printed connectors and the extra disposable chopsticks you get from deliveries, they’ve designed a STEM education kit to encourage creative problem solving and hands-on learning among kids. The model aeroplane on the top right was built with this kit.
Many of the winning ideas showcased by youth teams at the annual Mapletree-SCCCI River Hongbao Hackathon today were spurred by business…
Minister of State for Culture, Community and Youth and Trade and Industry Low Yen Ling listening to 17-year-old Chong Ing Kai present the business idea from his team…