Jan 03, 2019
This is the place to start your journey into robotics. But stick to the entire 6 courses. This course is about laying out the basics so don't expect making robots straightaway. All the best!
Aug 20, 2018
An excellent introduction to Screw theory and to Parallel manipulators in general for any one who wants to start developing or working on closed chain robots.
by James Goppert•
May 13, 2019
I love the use use of Lie groups in this course.
by Rishipal Singh•
Apr 29, 2019
This provides good understanding on the motion of robot. Although some notations were confusing but overall it is a very good course.
by Rangana Jayasanka Marasinghe•
Apr 27, 2019
Had much knowladge. Really good. Thank You Northwestern University
by Ammar Yasir Badawi Mahmoud•
Apr 01, 2019
Amazing course! A brilliant start for those intending to specialize in Robotics.
by anita jahani•
Mar 31, 2019
The videos were very usefull ,at first I watch the videos carefully ,with that short video I understand that what is the subject of this part . the summary of the formulas was very usefull and it makes the learning easy.
by Jahangir Ali•
Mar 25, 2019
Excellent course, every one should take this course.
by Amal Raj K C•
Mar 18, 2019
Very Informative. Should have included more application level examples..
by Thomas Savarino•
Mar 06, 2019
It takes a fair bit of work and there are a lot of details, but the class is very enjoyable and well worth the time to take it
by Pau Carre Cardona•
Feb 19, 2019
Good Lie-group oriented robotics introduction. I highly recommend not to use the course library and implement the methods on you own as you'll learn more. Other than that, excellent.
Only drawback is the peer-graded assignments. If they were self evaluated with a good set of inputs and expected outputs, the experience would be much better. People who are learning shouldn't be evaluating from my point of view....
Feb 19, 2019
Explains the basics of Robot Motion in a clear and effective manner. Discussion prompts are especially fantastic to help students reflect on the course content by themselves.