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2023

Summer Advanced
AI Robotics Program

High School

Build real AI-Enabled Robots designed by Silicon Valley roboticists for Silicon Valley students.

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Why join Evodyne's
Summer Advanced Robotics Program?

In-Person or via Zoom, each student builds their own advanced robots completely from scratch while learning Programming and Computer Science, AI and GPT, Electronics and Electricity, Mechatronics and Mechanical Engineering, 3D Printing and 3D Design

Program Benefits 

  • Class recordings available after every session

  • Certification for everything learned and built

  • All Robots included in program cost 

  • Take your robot home once built

  • Continue learning even after program ends 

Curriculum Overview

GENESIS TRACK

Build An Advanced Quadruped Robot Dog + AI Robotics Lab

14+ | High School

Designed for the student who wants to seriously pursue robotics. This track will take their skills, knowledge and enthusiasm to the next level. By the end, they will have solved several hard problems with robot design, coding, and AI while bringing their new quadruped robot to life completely from scratch.

Learn advanced robotics concepts 
Bigger, more complex and powerful robots 
Path to Internship

OpenCV - 3D Computer Vision, Fiduciary Markers

ROS - Robot operating system 

AI - Transformers (GPT), CNNs, Deep Learning

Mechatronics - Sensors, Motors, Resistors, Breadboards
Advanced Python, C++ programming skills 
CAD design and modeling 

Stand out in your
College Application

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Week 1

EvoDog - Build An Advanced Quadruped Robot Dog Part 1

+ Kinematics, Mechatronics, Motion Control 

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Week 2

EvoDog - Build An AI Enabled Quadruped Robot Dog Part 2

+ Robot Operating System, Linux, Python

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Week 3

Advanced Robotics and AI Lab

AI, 3D Computer Vision, Deep Learning

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Week 4

3D Design & 3D Printing for Robotics

Autodesk Fusion 360, Slicing, Printing

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  • Our program accommodates short schedule conflicts.

  • Class Recordings are available daily for catching up.

  • You can attend Part 1 in June, Part 2 in July and so on. Contact us to make changes.

Option 1 - June

June 12 - June 30

Save by registering for full 3 week track, or book individual weeks below

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Build Quadruped Robot Dog - Part 1

2:30PM - 5:30PM

Build Quadruped Robot Dog - Part 2

2:30PM - 5:30PM

Advanced Robotics Lab - Part 3

2:30PM - 5:30PM

3D Design & 3D Printing for Robotics

2:30PM - 5:30PM

Option 2 - July

July 10 - July 28

Save by registering for full 3 week track, or book individual weeks below

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Build Quadruped Robot Dog - Part 1

10AM - 1PM

Build Quadruped Robot Dog - Part 2

10AM - 1PM

Advanced Robotics Lab - Part 3

10AM - 1PM

3D Design & 3D Printing for Robotics

10AM - 1PM

Advanced Robotics and AI Lab

16+ | Juniors, Seniors

AI, Deep Learning, Computer Vision

AI and Deep Learning
3D Computer Vision 

Path to Internship
Linux Virtual Machines
High Power Mechatronics

1 Week

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Option 1 - June

Advanced Robotics Lab

June 26 - 30

2:30PM - 5:30PM

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Option 2 - July

Advanced Robotics Lab

July 24 - 28

10AM - 1PM

 Program Schedule

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What Students Say

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I'm proud of my robot because I wasn't expecting to build a robot like this. This is very amazing. I am able to understand how to build it and how everything works.  It’s very inspiring. Even if the student has no clue what technology is in the beginning I still recommend this because they learn a whole new area.

Lucas

Student of Genesis Track 2023

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 I liked Robotics even before, but I really didn’t understand how it worked. I just followed the instructions. Now I can do it on my own and figure out problems by myself. I would definitely recommend Evodyne. Even if you have no interests in robotics it can inspire you to want to create something or to inspire other people to want to create something. Now  I understand so much more and I am able to make connections. 

Eliana

Student of Genesis Track 2023

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I liked Evodyne Robotics. It allows me to use my creativity for making robots which I am interested in. We have been working on a Robotic Arm project. 

Amir

Student of Genesis Track 2023

Graduation

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Can We Attend Via Zoom instead of In-Person?

Yes, our In-Person Summer Program is offered and conducted identically over Zoom. 
Robotic kits are shipped to you in advance of each new session.
Zoom students see the exact same live instruction and content at the same time as the in-person students.
Our system also allows for day to day flexibility between In-Person and remote, just keep your kit with you.

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In our awesome downtown Mountain View location!

881 Castro St, Mountain View, CA 94041

  • Street parking right outside the door

  • Opposite Starbucks

  • Close to 85, 237, 101 and 280, El Camino Real and CalTrain

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Can't decide?

Or visit our Open House sessions 
Every Saturday 2:30pm-5pm
Come to see the space, meet the staff, and check out the robots.
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Some moments from our past and ongoing classes

Q & A

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What equipment is needed?

A Mac, Windows, or Linux laptop with administrative rights to install Arduino, Python and other programming tools. If you have a newer Mac or Windows laptop with only USB-C ports, you will need a USB-C to USB adapter to be able to connect the Arduino to your computer.

Chromebooks will not work for our program.

Equipment for attending from home?

Besides a Mac, Windows, or Linux computer, students will need:

- Internet Access to download required tools and utilities

- Ability to use zoom

- Thats it, everything else will be provided in the mailed kit.

Which courses are available in this summer robotics camp?

We are offering courses for 3 different experience levels:

- Elite Track for beginners, who want to become an expert. Students will build their own robot arm and mobile manipulator robot.

- Genesis Track for those who have significant experience with Arduino and robotics, or have previously completed the Elite Track. Students will build more advanced realistic robots.

- A one week Advanced Robotics Lab course for older students where they will learn AI, 3D computer vision, and advanced robotics.

- A one week 3D Design and 3D printing course which you can attend on its own or along with any other track.

What is the class structure?

All classes will meet for 3 hours a day from Monday to Friday. The morning session begins at 10am and will end at 1pm. The afternoon session will start at 2:30pm and end at 5:30pm.

Do we get to keep the robots?

Yes! At the beginning of each course, each student will be given a kit that contains all the supplies to build their own robot. Once it is built, they will take their robots home for continued enjoyment and learning!

What if there is a Covid lockdown announced during summer?

All sessions are available both in-person or over Zoom. If attending in-person, you will have the option to change it to zoom. If you prefer not to attend over zoom, you will be refunded 80% for the missed sessions.

How is covid safety being handled?

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

- Masks are now optional

- Unnecessary huddling will be discouraged

Remembering Summer of Robotics 
2021 and 2022

Last year we gave each student a fantastic, yet safe in-person experience. This year, our goal is to provide an unforgettable summer filled with excitement  and improvement.  Become part of Evodyne Robotics' Summer Program and dive into the world of robotics today!

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