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The Foundation Class

An Inspiring Journey of Interactive Learning: This course offers captivating interactive experiences that guide students through the processes of deconstructing and reassembling various elements, thereby uncovering the limitless potential of creativity and sparking profound inspiration.

Gaining Insights from Real Inventors' Stories: We share touching stories and success secrets of real-world inventors, aimed at inspiring students' creativity and encouraging you to become the innovative leaders of the future.

Advancing Skills in Computer Graphics: The course provides in-depth instruction in computer graphics, enabling students to master the professional skills needed to visualize creative ideas and turn concepts into reality.

Presentation Skills and Industry Trends: Students will learn how to effectively present their ideas while staying informed about the latest industry trends and innovative thinking, preparing themselves for future challenges.

Teamwork and Project Challenges: Join our team projects to challenge yourself and collaborate with like-minded partners to explore new possibilities and create the future together.

Receiving Expert Guidance and Advice: The course offers professional guidance and valuable advice to help students take a significant step forward on the path of innovation and invention.

Creating Networking and Collaboration Opportunities: Through interactions with fellow enthusiasts, students will have the opportunity to find collaborative partners, paving the way for innovation and exploring endless possibilities.

Professional International Invention Expo Workshop

In the advanced courses, we will focus on providing deeper insights and skill training. We have designed a variety of courses, such as in the electronics and digital fabrication areas, including circuit board design, Arduino programming, and 3D design and drawing using Tinkercad, among others.

In the Arduino course, we will introduce the Arduino platform and its programming environment, allowing participants to learn through hands-on experience how to use Arduino boards for basic programming and project development. This will provide participants with a deep understanding and capability to apply Arduino in various application scenarios.

Additionally, in the Tinkercad 3D design and drawing course, we will cover topics such as digital and analog input/output, sensor integration, and basic data communication. Through hands-on experience, participants will learn how to use Tinkercad for 3D design and drawing, and apply it to real-world projects.

Beyond these courses, the diverse curriculum at this stage aims to lower the barriers to innovation and invention, attracting more young students to the technology and engineering fields. We look forward to cultivating more potential tech talents, who will become key contributors in the field of technological innovation. Students who are interested in exploring more in-depth invention courses are welcome to sign up for advanced courses after completing the basic ones.

The Invention Exhibition Process Class

The Invention Exhibition Process Class is designed to prepare participants for international invention exhibitions, covering the entire process from creative concept development to prototype production. Utilizing the latest technologies and tools, the course includes:

Creative Thinking and Concept Development: Through creative workshops and brainstorming sessions, identify innovative ideas from daily life and learn market demand analysis.
Design Thinking and 3D Modeling: Learn the design thinking process and use tools like Tinkercad to turn ideas into design drawings.
Prototype Production Techniques: Explore production techniques such as 3D printing and laser cutting, and create actual prototypes.
Electronics and Smart Design: Gain basic electronics knowledge and learn Arduino programming to add smart features to prototypes.
Product Testing and Iteration: Conduct product tests, collect feedback, and make necessary modifications and optimizations.
Through hands-on activities, this course comprehensively develops the skills needed for exhibition participation, from idea generation to product testing.

Creative Inspiration Course

Exploration of Creative Sources: Dive deep into various creative thinking patterns such as reverse thinking, analogical thinking, and cross-disciplinary thinking, and learn how to apply these models to solve problems or create new concepts.

From Observation to Innovation: Teach participants how to identify potential problems and needs by observing the details in everyday life. Through field trips and user interviews, gather data sources to inspire innovation.

Interactive Case Study Analysis: Select successful innovation cases for group discussions and analysis. Through case studies, understand the key decision points in the innovation process and the application of creative thinking.

Expansion of Practical Activities
Creative Thinking Challenge: Design a series of time-limited creative challenges to encourage participants to quickly generate and share innovative ideas. These challenges promote teamwork while enhancing the ability to think creatively under pressure.

Prototype Development Workshop: After selecting the most promising creative ideas, participants will engage in rapid prototyping. This includes not only physical products but also preliminary concepts for services or digital solutions. Utilize various rapid prototyping tools and materials to materialize ideas.

Market Feedback Loop: Guide participants to present their prototypes or concepts to real or simulated target users, collect feedback, and iterate based on this feedback. This process helps participants learn how to assess market needs and adjust their innovations to better meet those needs.

Through these expanded activities, the "Creative Thinking and Concept Development" course will become more comprehensive and practice-oriented, helping participants enhance their innovation capabilities and practical skills from theory to practice.

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