In this workshop you will build a robotic arm completely from scratch and then program it using an Arduino and Raspberry-Pi. The session will alternate between learning and building, so that by the end you will have learnt many basic concepts without realizing it, and you will also know why something was built the way it was. Through this process, this class will also give you an understanding of modern robotics.
By the end of this session, you will:
Have a basic understanding of programming an Arduino and connecting various sensors and motors together
An overview of Raspberry-Pi
An intuitive understanding of electricity and current
Knowledge of basic electrical components like breadboards, resistors, capacitors, potentiometers, LEDs, servo motors and PWM signaling
Get an introduction to 3D Printing and 3D Design
You will receive a box of supplies upon arrival, containing more than fifty components, which will be used for learning and for building the robot arm. Once built, the entire set is yours to take home!
Social Distancing Policy For In-Person classes
We take the utmost care to ensure a maximally safe setup. The sessions are designed for individual learning and not group activity.
A mask is mandatory at all times with nose and mouth securely covered
The instructor will be 15 ft away while teaching, with a large screen TV projecting the build steps on the instructor's desk with high magnification to make the steps crystal clear.
Extra cross-ventilation forced air through front to back of building to ensure constant fresh air
No more than 6 attendees per session, with 8ft distancing between every individual desk (ask us about private/exclusive sessions for your family!)
Gloves, hand sanitizer, lysol wipes will be provided on every desk
Desks and chairs are always completely wiped down between sessions
If you have any questions, don't hesitate to talk to us! Phone: 650-318-1534 , Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Previous programming experience is *not* required.
What To Bring
Each student must bring his/her own Mac, Windows or Linux laptop with sufficient free disk space, and administrative rights to install Python, Arduino IDE and other necessary utilities. If you have a newer Mac or Windows laptop with only USB-C ports, you must remember to bring a USB-C to USB-female adapter so you can connect the Arduino to your laptop.
Build A Robotic Arm Workshop With Arduino And Raspberry Pi
RETURN & REFUND POLICY
100% will be refunded if you don't show up.
- Laptop (Mac, Windows, Linux)
- Face Mask
Hand sanitizer, gloves, and Lysol wipes will be provided.