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モスクワ物理工科大学(Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology) による Building Arduino robots and devices の受講者のレビューおよびフィードバック



For many years now, people have been improving their tools, studying the forces of nature and bringing them under control, using the energy of the nature to operate their machines. Last century is noted for the creation of machines which can operate other machines. Nowadays the creation of devices that interact with the physical world is available to anyone. Our course consists of a series of practical problems on making things that work independently: they make their own decisions, act, move, communicate with each other and people around, and control other devices. We will demonstrate how to assemble such devices and programme them using the Arduino platform as a basis. After this course, you will be able to create devices that read the data about the external world with a variety of sensors, receive and forward this data to a PC, the Internet and mobile devices, and control indexing and the movement. The creation of such devices will involve design, the study of their components, the assemblage of circuit boards, coding and diagnostics. Along with the creation of the devices themselves, you will perform visualization on a PC, create a web page that will demonstrate one of your devices, and figure out how an FDM 3D-printer is configured and how it functions. Besides those keen on robotics or looking to broaden their horizons and develop their skills, the course will also be useful to anyone facing the task of home and industrial automation, as well as to anyone engaged in industrial design, advertising and art. The course does not require any special knowledge from the participants and is open even to students of upper secondary school. Programming skills and the level of English allowing to read technical documentation would be an advantage, but this is not obligatory. The entire course is dedicated to practice, so the best way for you would be to get hold of some electronics, follow the illustrated examples and experiment on your own. The kits can be purchased here: Taught by: Alexey Perepelkin, head of Robotics department in the Laboratory of innovative educational technologies at MIPT Taught by: Dmitry Savitsky, researcher in the Laboratory of innovative educational technologies at MIPT...



Jun 22, 2018

Wow. What an informative course!! Although mostly in Russian, it is in Russian style. No nonsense. One can learn quite a lot if patient enough to learn via caption. Highly recommended.


May 30, 2020

Nice course about Arduino. But from week 3, the audio is also been translated in English. Since the translated text is available, able to finish the course. Anyways, Good


Building Arduino robots and devices: 126 - 146 / 146 レビュー

by Debaditya S

May 31, 2019

Not all videos are in English.......please convert to was a lot tough to only read and learn

by Prassanth.A

Jul 06, 2020

It would have been more easier if the videos from week 3 are dubbed to english

by Ahmad R

Feb 04, 2019

Good information and presenting ways , Bad English translation

by Brandon B

Feb 13, 2018

Informative but needs to be translated to English.

by Nikhar M

May 09, 2018

pronunciations in english are somewhat bad.

by Mouza E K A A h

May 23, 2019

very useful, basic fundamental.

by sarah m

Jul 27, 2020

needed more English overvoice

by T V N

May 22, 2020

the course is good for only two weeks it is English but after it is another language it made me demotivate and It becomes hard to complete the course,

so be careful about the language and enroll the course

by Michel Y

Jul 23, 2020

Not English starting from week 2

Requires many hardware components to keep on track

by Khem C

Jun 14, 2020

not all the videos are in English which makes the course difficult and boring.


Aug 02, 2020

not good course

by Manuel G R

Jul 30, 2017

El contenido del curso es muy atractivo, las primeras dos semanas es interesante, sin embargo a la tercer semana, cuando ya no puedes cancelarlo, los videos son en idioma ruso, que aunque tienen traducción al inglés, no puedes hacer dos cosas al mismo tiempo, leer la traducción del idioma y ver lo que realiza el ponente en el video. También te envían al correo anotaciones en ruso, deberían especificar que el curso es en dicho idioma y las dificultades técnicas a las que te puedes enfrentar

by Emin A

Nov 08, 2019

First two weeks is different from 3-6 weeks. Most things changed at the beginning of 3rd week. They started to use new devices and videos were in Russian languages. They should tell mention about it before we start course. Actually it is not what I dream of. It seems they worked hard to create this course. But sorry, I didn't like :(

by Philip M

Sep 09, 2019

While English is not the educators first language, the person who has dubbed the program into English has zero technical knowledge of the subject and repeatedly uses incorrect words, and phrases.

The course is UN-followable and will lead to the student having no knowledge of the subject, and UN-able to communicate with their peers.

by Enrico N

Aug 21, 2019

This course has too many errors on videos and on translations to english.

It is also very basic and it is boring to anyone who has minimum skills of programming (any language) and minimum knowledge of Arduino.

by Jonathan G

Mar 23, 2018

There was no point to this course unless you want to build robots. It switched from English to Russian unexpectedly and I didn't expect that. It's almost as if you have to before rushing to learn this course.

by Piyush G

May 26, 2020

I'm in week 3, and week 3 course are in Russian language, MY request to Coursera to take action on this problem.

by Shubham A

Aug 15, 2018

Topics were not explained in detail. The English translation was very poor and it was hard to understand it.

by Arsineh B A

Sep 27, 2017

Very poor course, it was not easy to understand the language, and it was not straight forward for beginners

by Yasar A

Sep 16, 2018

The lectutes become spanish after week 2.


Feb 17, 2020

not woth spending the time and energy