THE MONTGOMERY CATHOLIC ENGINEERING CLASS LEARNS HOW ACCELEROMETERS AND GYROSCOPES CAN BE USED IN ROBOTICS.

THE MONTGOMERY CATHOLIC ENGINEERING CLASS LEARNS HOW ACCELEROMETERS AND GYROSCOPES CAN BE USED IN ROBOTICS. 1The Montgomery Catholic High School Engineering Class learns how accelerometers and gyroscopes can be used in robotics during an early class meeting this fall. Catholic seniors were flying mini drones in class. “This allows the students to experiment with an accelerometers tilt controls based on the angular velocity measured in the tablet”, said their teacher Mr. Jens Johnson. Pictured learning how to fly the drones are seniors Courtney Cool, Rachel Fekete, Tiffany Do, Caitlin Smith, Gaten Armstrong, Hunter Walski, Carol Edwards, Derrick Kelly, Drew Tolar and their teacher Mr. Jens Johnson. The students are excited about the new class offering for the 2014-15 school year. Next on the engineering class list, designing their new laboratory. 

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