Build A Robotic Arm With Arduino and Raspberry Pi- Part 1


Build an advanced robotic arm completely from scratch with Arduino and Raspberry Pi,  and take it home once built!


Unlike other classes that use pre-manufactured "kits", in this class students will learn, program, and manufacture a small robotic arm from scratch. By the end of this session, each student will:


  • Have a thorough understanding of programming an Arduino and connecting various sensors and motors together
  • An intuitive understanding of electricity and current
  • Knowledge of basic electrical components like resistors, capacitors, potentiometers, LEDs, how to use a multi-meter, servo motors and PWM signaling
  • Get an introduction to 3D Printing and 3D Design
  • They will also learn some of the real-world applications of the geometry they learn at school! 
  • Each student will have brand-new hardware and non-shared equipment.


Each student will receive a box of supplies upon arrival, containing more than a hundred components, which will be used for learning and for building the robot arm. When the course is over, students are expected to take their box home for a full summer of continued enjoyment and learning. Attending the remaining sessions in the program will add the Raspberry-Pi and Camera onto the arm and make it truly AI enabled!  The course on 3D printing and 3D design will also give the student a deep dive into how modern robots  and mechanisms are designed and created.


Social Distancing Policy

We are taking the utmost care to ensure a maximally safe setup. ​The session is designed for individual learning and not group activity. 


  • A mask is mandatory at all times with nose and mouth securely covered
  • 6ft distancing between every individual desk
  • Gloves, hand sanitizer, lysol wipes will be provided
  • Desks and chairs will be completely wiped down between sessions
  • The same desk will be reassigned to the same child on consecutive days
  • Always open front and back doors, with extra cross-ventilation forced air through back to front of building to ensure constant fresh air.



None. Previous programming experience will help, but is *not* required.


What To Bring

  • Each student must bring his/her own Mac Or Windows laptop with sufficient free disk space, and administrative rights to install the Arduino IDE and other necessary utilities.
  • Chromebook will not work
  • A USB-C to USB adapter if your laptop contains only the new USB-C ports

Build A Robotic Arm With Arduino and Raspberry Pi- Part 1


    100% will be refunded up to 14 days before session starts, no questions asked. 

    In the unlikely event of a new COVID-19 lockdown for Mountain View being active within 14 days before the session starts, you will be able to change from in-person to zoom attendance. If that is not preferable, 100% will be refunded.


881 Castro St, Mountain View, CA 94041

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