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Design, tinker, and build your own outside-the-box creations. Using the science of engineering, you can turn cardboard boxes, cartons, and tubes into games, airplanes, robots, and more.
Learn the principles of robotics and animatronics!
Use audio and optical engineering to play with light and sound!
Make objects move with aeronautics and nautical engineering!
Harness energy to power your creations!
Design working machines with mechanical engineering!
Have some serious fun by mastering game design!
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