Training for next Call of Duty: TechTown cultivates creativity in Chattanooga youth

photo Tai Hall, 10, watches "The Glider Frisbee," a video he made in roughly 45 minutes at Tech Town, a program designed to educate the next generation of developers and designers, on Thursday at Baylor School's Weeks Science Building.

A handful of robots bounce up and down in front of a medieval castle daring their enemies to come forth and face them on the field of battle.

With a gigantic crash, the leftmost android explodes. Then the next one bursts into flame, and the next one, as chaos ensues.

It appears the unseen hand of the creator is at work, eliminating the machines before they can do any harm to the gentle townsfolk.

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