Robotics for Beginners – Learn the Basics

Robotics for Beginners – Learn the Basics

Robotics for Beginners – Learn the Basics

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Learn programming basics and techniques of Robotics from an expert!

Trainer’s Name: Vishal Singh Bais


Welcome to Mittsure’s Robotics course!

The term ‘Robot’ is derived from the Czech word ‘ Robota’ which means ‘ forced labour’. The science of robotics only came about in the 20th century, but the first instances of mechanical device-built dates back to Egypt in 3000 B.C. Egyptian water clocks utilized human figurines to strike the hour bells. Robotics has come a long way; the expansion and advancement are radical and include machines capable of assembling other machines and even robots which could be mistaken for human beings. Robotics is the amalgamation or intersection of science, engineering and technology that deals with the design, construction, operation, and application of robots. Today robotics is a very diverse field that has applications in every field from industry, manufacturing, laboratory work, or military, even to home automation.

To master Robotics, you will have to learn coding and programming. Right from comprehending the knowledge of building electronic circuits to programming basics, data types, conditionals, loops, and functions to understanding the working of different components.

Sounds too complicated. But it’s really simple. People from any age group could learn this skill and become an expert. Want to learn Robotics? Join the Mittsure Robotics course now!

Mittsure offers an online learning Robotics course. Online learning is the new trend and now you can join the Mittsure family from the comfort of your home.

Now you can also become the person who can build programming and electronic circuits from scratch and open your doors to a whole new world of Robotics to explore.

About The Course

You don’t need any prior experience or knowledge of Robotics, as this course is designed for absolute beginners.

Register with us today to bring out the science whiz in you!

The course is divided into 30 short sessions. Though this is an online course, the course content is available in the form of videos, and this can be accessed anytime. People might lose interest after a few minutes; hence, the length of the videos is short for making learning fun.

Not only this, but you can also register for our live classes for a peer learning experience. Ask questions and clarify your doubts in the presence of a trainer.

So, are you ready to build, code, and tinker with robotics and train your brain muscles to enhance your skills?

To become a robotics expert, visit the Mittsure Robotics course available on the website.

Register now on the website and start your journey to becoming a Robotics wizard!

About the Trainer

Robotics has been a passion and profession for Vishal Singh Bais, the trainer for Mittsure’s Robotics course. Vishal is a self-motivated individual who is passionate about all things robotics.

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What Will You Learn?

  • Learn project development using Arduino IDE
  • How to run Buzzers, LED, and LCD Display
  • Learn Arduino Programming
  • Learn the basics of robotics, electronics, and programming


  • Steady and high-speed internet connection for watching the videos
  • Some basic inexpensive tools and hardware components as explained in each video
  • You need a computer or a Mac


  • Individuals about the age of 8 and above who wish to learn Robotics.
  • No prior experience is required. The course is for absolute beginners.
  • Individuals who are interested in learning how Robotics works.
  • Individuals who want to improve their logical thinking through graphical- interface coding.
  • Individuals who want to develop analytical skills, problem-solving, and patience in trial-and-error methods.

Course Content

This video will introduce you to the basics of Robotics. Through this video you will gain theoretical knowledge of what is robotics, why do you need robotics, fundamental blocks of robotics, types of robotics and application of robotics.

Lesson 2
In this video, learn about the advantages of robotics. The video is a step-by- step guide about the basic electronic components and laws of physics used in robotics.

Lesson 3
Arduino is an open-source electronics board which is based on easy-to-use hardware and software. This video will introduce everything you need to know about Arduino boards. You will explore the components of an Arduino board, different pins, and its functions, along with do's and don'ts of an Arduino board.

Lesson 4
In this video you will learn how to install and setup an Arduino IDE on a computer. This video is a step-by-step guide about what is bare minimum, how to declare, create stimulation, codes, libraries, browse and saving changes in Arduino.

Lesson 5
This video will introduce you to Breadboard which is used for building temporary circuits. You will learn the fundamentals such as what a breadboard is, why breadboard is used and how to use breadboard.

Lesson 6
6 Introduction to Multimeter This video will introduce you to the Multimeter, an instrument that’s used for measuring multiple electrical properties. This video is a step-by-step guide on how to use a Multimeter, you will learn different parts, voltage reading and how to connect the instrument for readings. 10:30

Lesson 7
In this video, learn how to write your code in Arduino IDE, how to connect Arduino to LED. This video is a step-by-step guide on how to program Arduino IDE, sending different signals and uploading. You will also learn all about micro controller.

Lesson 8
This video will teach you to create a simple program to blink LEDs within a particular time interval. Learn how to write a delay code and loop it with Arduino UNO. You will also learn to connect an external LED with Arduino UNO by combination LED, jumper wires, Breadboard, and Arduino.

Lesson 9
In this video you will learn how to identify a push button, how to connect it to Arduino and how to use push button to turn on and off an LED. Learn the basics of circuit diagram or schematic of push button and LED connection with Arduino. You will also learn how to measure connectivity on the button and how to read a push button using Arduino's digital input.

Lesson 10
This video will demonstrate the use of a push button to operate an LED. You will learn how to interface the button with Arduino using the Arduino digital read function and Arduino code to control a LED.

Lesson 11
This video is an introduction to Buzzer, through this video learn how to connect a buzzer to an Arduino, how to check buzzer polarity and how to program it to create sounds.

Lesson 12
Through this video learn how to program a Buzzer using Arduino IDE. This video covers the bare-bones essentials from writing code, function, parameter to delays. Learn how to program an Arduino IDE to create variation of sounds using a buzzer.

Lesson 13
This video is a step-by-step guide on how to connect multiple LEDs with Arduino and how to program them with coding. Acquire the skills and tricks of using both hardware and software. Along with the do's and don'ts of micro controller.

Lesson 14
This video is a visual step-by-step guide on how to connect high voltage multiple LEDs with Arduino using ground signals and how to program them. You will learn multiple codes so that you can create variations in your LED display like Diwali or Christmas lights, and you will acquire this skill through the lesson.

Lesson 15
In this video you will learn all about communication protocol in embedded systems. You will learn basics such as standardization of communication protocol, serial and parallel communication, inter system protocol and infra system protocol in detail. A step-by-step guide on what is a communication protocol and why we need a communication protocol.

Lesson 16
In this video, learn about UART/USART communication protocol, I2C communication protocol, SPI communication protocol and CAN communication protocol. Through this video you will gain theoretical knowledge about all the four communication protocols from advantage to disadvantage along with a detailed circuit diagram/schematic and communication path of protocols.

Lesson 17
This video is an introduction to DOT MATRIX. This video covers the bare- bones essentials such as learning the parts of DOT MATRIX, use of IC, how to read configuration. Through this video learn how to connect DOT MATRIX to Arduino.

Lesson 18
This video features how to program DOT MATRIX. You will learn to use SPI protocol, set intensity, and loop function. Learn how to implement text scrolling and display different numbers, alphabets, and words at various speeds.

Lesson 19
Create emojis with DOT MATRIX. Through this video learn about the DOT MATRIX rows and columns, how to turn on specific LEDs, convert binary to hexadecimal, and write hexadecimal in Arduino code. Along with the tips to make your own Emoji.

Lesson 20
In this video tutorial you will learn to create two emojis. You will also learn to convert binary to hexadecimal, code variables and numbers. This acquired skill could be used for displaying or decoration, and it could work especially well in dark places as dot matrix lighting shows.

Lesson 21
This video is an introduction to LCD displays. In this video learn how LCD displays work, how you can connect it to Arduino. You will learn the bare- bones essentials such as how to read an LCD display, different types, parts, pins, solder wire of an LDC and its display. This video features how to use a 16x2 LCD with an Arduino.

Lesson 22
This video is a step-by-step guide on how to program an LCD display, for this demonstration 6x2 LCD is used which has a total of 16 pins. Through this tutorial you are going to learn how to connect an LCD display with Arduino and print "Hello World!" on LCD using Arduino Uno.

Lesson 23
In this video you will learn how to implement the Liquid Crystal library in your Arduino sketches, you will get a better understanding of how text is displayed on the LCD (Indexing) and the use of Cursor in coding.

Lesson 24
This video is a step-by-step guide on how to use the blink () and no Blink () methods to blink a block-style cursor. Learn how to enable or disable the cursor and how to control the blinking speed of the cursor. You will also learn a cool trick by using function code, which will scroll the display.

Lesson 25
In this video you will learn in detail how to create and display custom characters or logos on a 16x2 lcd using Arduino. You will learn to generate and place custom characters; you will learn to compose matrix with pixels which are used to turn on and off to represent or make a character.

Lesson 26
In the previous video you learned how custom characters can be created easily using a simple LCD Custom Character Generator tool. Let’s put theory into practice! In this video tutorial you will practice the code and create custom characters such as bell, alien, check, speaker, sound, skull, and lock.

Lesson 27
In this video tutorial you will learn how to program a clock using Arduino IDE and how to display it on LCD. This video is a step-by-step guide to compile digital clocks by programming and coding Arduino. The video is followed by the schematic for building a digital clock using Arduino.

Lesson 28
This video is an ultimate guide to using the Real-Time RTC clock module to build an LCD clock using Arduino. This video provides all the requisite codes, library, and setup.

Lesson 29
This video will introduce everything you need to know about 7 Segment display. You will learn how to make a 7 Segment display work and create a control unit.

Lesson 30
In this video learn how to use 7 Segment display information in the form of images or text or decimal numbers. You will learn how illumination of the segment forms part of a numerical digit (both Decimal and Hex) to be displayed.

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  • Course Level Beginner
  • 6 hours
  • 433
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