Friday, February 23, 2018

Build a biped robot using 3D printing, Arduino, and practical electronics

Build a cute, walking, talking bipedal robot while learning the critical hands-on skills, including 3D printing, Arduino, and practical electronics at a series of upcoming workshops
Build and take home you own dancing robot!

Join us for a four-week series of Otto the Biped workshops covering the fundamentals of 3D printing, Arduino, and practical electronics.

You'll learn critical hands-on skills including 3D printing, programming, assembly, and electronics wiring as you build Otto the Biped, and program him to walk, dance, beep, avoid obstacles, and more.

Materials will be provided to participants for free, and you are asked to attend all sessions once you have signed up to ensure no materials are wasted. Laptops are required, and can be provided if you cannot bring your own, but must be requested in advance.

The event is hosted by Engineering World Health, Institute for Engineering in Medicine 3D Printing Core, MnDRIVE Scholars, National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE), Medical Devices Center (MDC), and the Anderson Student Innovation Labs/

3D Printing Tutorial
Monday, Feb. 26, 2018
6-8 p.m.
Earl E Bakken Medical Devices Center
Mayo Building and Additions, Room G217

Otto Assembly
Monday, March 5, 2018
6-8 p.m.
Anderson Student Innovations Lab
Mechanical Engineering, Room 2134

Arduino Tutorial
Monday, March 19, 2018
6-8 p.m.
Anderson Student Innovations Lab
Mechanical Engineering, Room 2134

Practical Electronics
Monday, March 26, 2018
6-8 p.m.
Anderson Student Innovations Lab
Mechanical Engineering, Room 2134

Anyone can attend any of the tutorials without signing up, however the first 20 people to signup and complete all four workshops will get to keep their Otto. Sign up is required if you plan to attend all four workshops.

Signup at z.umn.edu/ottoworkshop.

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Anderson Student Innovation Labs
cse.umn.edu/andersonlabs
alabs@umn.edu