Under Water Camp

About our Under Water Camp

This 3-day camp is an opportunity for students to create a waterproof PVC robot and drive it in a pool on the last day. During the camp they will learn how to measure, cut, and glue PVC, as well as learn how to solder wire to their motor and then waterproof their motor using wax. At the pool there will be obstacles to test the robot's maneuverability and speed. Students will also get to participate in fun team building activities and they will get to swim after playing with their robot on the final day. 


The Army Ants us this Sea Perch build guide for campers to construct their under water robot. Part of the way through the guide you have to choose what type of "Under Water Vehicle" you're going to make. At the Army Ants camp, we build the Utility ROV frame.