These are some of the most amusing robot applications I’ve seen floating around the internet.
If you’re looking for masks and face shields to 3D print to aid with the PPE shortages due to the Coronavirus, then you’ll want to read this article.
If you’re curious about how Automation is helping during Coronavirus, then you’ll want to read this article.
If you’ve been following along with Learn Robotics, I typically post one of these behind-the-scenes updates every so often. Today just so happens to be one of those days. Read the latest update!
Learn what’s new at Learn Robotics for Summer 2019. From Website Redesign to Liz’s coffee addiction, to the announcement of our very own Global Competition. Find out more in this article!
For the folks in the United States, Happy Memorial Day! Today’s a day for honoring those who’ve served and eating some delicious BBQ. It’s also that time where I rant about all the cool stuff we did at Learn Robotics in April 2019. This article is designed to give you some insight as to what […]
It seems like each month we keep getting better, and I really have no one to thank but you! So thank you! Go give yourself a nice little pat on the back. And if you landed on this page expecting a robotics tutorial, sorry to disappoint. The purpose of these what’s new & exciting articles is to […]
It’s Tuesday, but an update is LONG overdo, so I present you the latest update in Learn Robotics history! The growth at Learn Robotics for 2019 continues to amaze me. Even though February was a short month, we managed to surpass our previous records and continue to grow the LR community. So thank you! And, […]
January! Wow thee Chanuary (change + January) has come and gone! How’s that resolution coming along? Did you lose that extra 10 lbs yet? 😉 Did you know that most people (92%) don’t stick to their New Years Resolutions. That means that just 8% of you are still plugging away and making progress on whatever […]
Welcome to the Robotics Thought Leaders Series! If you are new here, this is a series where I interview people in the robotics and automation space, and share their technical insight. If you’d like to be considered for our next article in the series, please fill out an application here. You can also find all the […]
I started writing a monthly Learn Robotics update last month as a way to keep track of what we’re doing and where we’re going at Learn Robotics. It’s a little way of keeping myself accountable and making progress each month. Hopefully, you enjoy these updates, and if you have any questions, be sure to direct […]
The results are in, and we did it! With your help, together we raised over $75 in donations and are able to donate over 20 toys. Not bad for a 3 week fundraiser! All of the toys will be donated to Toys for Tots in Columbus, GA. Because of you, some lucky, and well-deserving children […]
We’re officially opening a brand-new space for Science, Math, and Makers. It’s called, Open Lab (by Learn Robotics). Every Saturday evening (6:30pm-7:45pm), starting in January, Learn Robotics will take over Hobby Lobby’s Art Classroom to provide a tech-friendly place for makers, robotics enthusiasts, and tech-minded individuals. Open Lab’s Makerspace & Maker Studio – Columbus, GA Our goal with […]
On September 24th, we launched a NEW class called Code & Coffee. Our small, individualized class was a bunch of fun! Thanks to our kind hosts at Fountain City Coffee in Columbus, GA! The coffee was fantastic, and the coding class was a huge success! In case you missed our class or you attended and […]