Pepper is a humanoid robot manufactured by SoftBank Robotics (formerly Aldebaran Robotics), which is owned by SoftBank, designed with the ability to read emotions. It was introduced in a conference on 5 June 2014, and was showcased in Softbank mobile phone stores in Japan beginning the next day. Pepper’s emotion comes from the […]
Are we alone in the universe? Students at the Barboza Space Center will be studying this topic in their 2018 space science fellowship program. http://www.BarbozaSpaceCenter.com By Calla Cofield, Space.com Senior Writer | February 14, 2018 06:47am ET A planet orbiting in the “habitable zone” of its parent star has the potential to host liquid water […]
We are exploring some of the worlds most beautiful musical instruments in the world. We are going to use them in a new visual jazz opera called ” The Occupy Mars Learning Adventure.” This ,musical will includes humanoid robots and the worlds most beautiful instruments. We invite you view our photo essay. […]
STEM and STEAM – What’s the Difference? DefinedSTEM, October 9, 2017, Blog, STEM/STEAM FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrintCopy Link By Anne Jolly You already know what the acronym, STEM, stands for – science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Add an “A” for arts, and the acronym becomes STEAM. At first, including that “A” generated questions and frequent push-back, since […]
Join the Mars Society Red Eagle Student Engineering Contest January 30th Letter of Intent Deadline The Barboza Space has a fellowship program for students that might want to participate in this Mars Engineering lander design contest. Contact: Bob Barboza at. Suprschool@aol.com The Mars Society announced last September the Red Eagle Student Engineering Contest to […]
We are looking to work with musicians, artists and composers. We are performing jazz, classical and World music for the visual jazz opera, “The Occupy Mars Learning Adventures.” Contact: Suprschool@aol.com. Who wants to write music for Native American Flutes? The Occupy Mars Band is getting ready to perform original compositions at museums and art galleries. […]
I want to wish all of you a Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays for 2018. One day we hope to be sending greetings cards from Mars and beyond. You can follow our work with students at http://www.BarbozaSpaceCenter.WordPress.com.