It is a great start for learning kinematics of open chain robots, i wish i could learn ore about the closed chain robots too, but they have given the boost, now its your turn to learn more and more
This was very challenging course if you are not already familiar with things like Jacobians and eigenvectors. Thankfully the lectures were great in helping me understand the gaps in my knowledge.
by Umenyi A•
The Course is not overloaded, easy to follow with the accompanying book and videos.
by Adithya S•
Very Good Course. Clear explanation of the fundamental concepts.
by Jithu G•
Very helpful in introducing and applying the constraints....
by 21LE0035 M M•
Very Hard and to complete this we nee some extra knowledge
by Jorge I P B•
very interesting! especially the inverse kinematic method!
by Arjun S•
Basic skills anyone with interest in robotics should have
by Mauricio A H C•
Super useful course, explains everything very clearly.
by Islam B•
Great course! Thanks, authors and coursera!
by Steven F•
very good. this is exactly I want to learn
by Gunasekaran S•
Problems can be little more challenging.
by Shubham T•
All the lectures are really great.
by Aditya V•
Great explanation of concepts
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by Bassam A M S A•
It is very good
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by Chris S•
Great course for going into the next layer of robot design. A bit heavy in theory at times but I assume this becomes more practical moving forward. It would be great if they added some complimentary videos to help translate some of the heavy math components to the quiz questions (i.e. here are the equations we just learned, now here's how to apply them to a practical situation).
by Georges T A•
Something of what I think is an error from the response checking program, in the Q5 did not allow me to obtain the 100% mark. which I think is a shame. but overall this course has been an enjoyment. If everything was clicking I would have give it a 5 start
by Abizer P•
Amazing course for learning kinematics and statics of a Robot. Using exponential coordinates and screw axes notation in this course made it easy to give physical meaning to jacobian.I liked this aspect.
by Ashish R•
Good course, very heavy on theory with little to no example problems. Its good to teach theory but should be followed up with multiple real world problem to solve by hand or code.
by Zejd I•
Theory based course which for me is three stars, but it has one great project which is five stars so overall 4 stars. Course just like first one need more examples and practice
by Tanisha G•
Peer-graded assignments could be a little more effective with supervision.