This week I am attending a 4 1/2 working day robotics workshop at Carnegie Mellon University, understanding how to train middle faculty robotics with the “Lego Spike Prime” robot platform. This is centered on the Scratch programming language from MIT, which I appreciate and have been using for above 10 years. In this podcast reflection (from my “Course with Dr. Fryer” channel on Anchor) I share some of the things I have learned from the 1st two times of the workshop, as perfectly as some of the remarkable DARPA robotic tasks, prototypes, and other robotics assignments housed in the National Robotics Engineering Centre, at CMU, wherever this workshop is currently being held. Examine out the shownotes (under) for hyperlinks to my Google Doc of notes and other linked sources!
- CMU Lego Spike Prime Robotics Notes – June 2022 by @wfryer
- CMU Robotics Curriculum Homepage
- Lego Spike Primary Robot Kit
- Voices of DARPA Podcast
- My Flickr Album of images: Carnegie Mellon Robotics Academy
- My “Course with Dr. Fryer” channel on Anchor
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