Tech Tykes: Students Build Robots & Future at Summer Camp

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DALLAS -- At the annual iD Tech camps held at SMU, anything is possible. This year, little Einsteins are building robots and making movies. So, of course, NewsFix had to stop by and get on scoop on the students shaping our future.

Like one second grader who thinks coding html's and all that stuff is actually fun!

"I usually like going on the computers, which is my opinion very fun," he explained.

Every year the summer camp provides a hands on learning experience for young kids and teens willing to take courses ranging from app development, robotics, to game design and film making!

"Teachers actually come around and kind of ask if you need help," Leah Nutkis said. "They don't do it in a way where they take the computer from you and fix it they kind of actually help you through the problem."

We're looking at the next Steve Jobs and Steven Spielberg, which means you might want to hire them before it's too late!