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Build An AI Enabled Robotic Arm With Raspberry Pi- Elite Track Part 2

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You must attend Part-1 of this course in order to continue with Part-2.  Materials and instructions provided will build upon the robotic arm that was built in part 1.



Building upon the basic robotic arm built in Part 1,  in this session each student will modify their arm by adding several elements including a Raspberry-Pi and Camera, that will ultimately make it fully AI-enabled, and Wi-fi connected, and learn how to program it to do all kinds of cool tricks!


By the end of this course, students will have learnt:

  • Introduction to advanced topics including face recognition and its application to robotics by implementing live interactive face-following with their EvoArm.
  • Learning how to program their robot to play songs on any typical piano keyboard.
  • Deep dive into the Raspberry Pi and how to interface it with Arduino and
  • other IOT devices and sensors.
  • Learning how to program several robotic activities like box stacking for warehouses, object pick and place, writing on a whiteboard using their EvoArm, and so on.
  • Python programming
  • A raspberry-pi Camera will be mounted on top of the arm and students will learn how to program the arm to see through the camera and react accordingly
  • Each student will receive brand-new hardware and non-shared equipment.


Each student will receive a box of supplies upon arrival, which will be used for building and extending 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.


We highly recommend attending the next session in the track "Build An Advanced Mobile Manipulator Robot" since it will build upon the learned knowledge and apply it to a more advanced robot that is mobile instead of confined to a table. Also, the course on 3D Printing and 3D design is recommended if you are interested in getting started on that subject.


Social Distancing Policy

We have worked hard to create a safe setup that minimizes risk:

  • Masks are now optional

  • Reasonable social distancing will be encouraged and unnecessary huddling will be discouraged

  • We recommend each student bring their own water bottle.


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 An AI Enabled Robotic Arm With Raspberry Pi- Elite Track Part 2


    100% will be refunded if cancellation request is received by 11:59PM Pacific time on May 10, 2024 - no questions asked.

    In the unlikely event of a new COVID-19 lockdown for Mountain View being announced within 30 days before the session starts, you will be able to change from in-person to zoom attendance, or if that is not preferable, 80% will be refunded.

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