|Computer Science Course|
|Year Of Operation||2016, 2018|
From the CTY Summer Catalog:
"In this hands-on course, students design and build complex robots while learning advanced topics in the fields of mathematics, computer science, electrical engineering, and mechanical engineering. Students explore subjects such as linear algebra, machine learning, and computer vision.
Team-based projects in this course include designing, building, and programming robotic arms, search and rescue robots, and self-navigating robots. Students use VEX robotics kits, Arduino microcontrollers, modern vision systems (such as Microsoft Kinect or Pixy Cams), and a variety of other hardware such as motors used in the lego EV3 kit to accomplish these tasks. They also design and build their own circuits using prototyping boards."
The course incorporates many modern robotic topics and fields such as: Computer Vision, Proportional Integral Derivatives, Forward Kinematics, Inverse Kinematics,
AROB was first offered in 2016, and was instructed by Marc, and TA'ed by Jose and consisted of 18 students with background knowledge of computer science. The course was from June, 26, 2016 to July, 15, 2016.