Berkeley Micromouse

micromouse in maze

Between 2016 and 2019, I helped design and teach a 2-unit robotics DeCal course at UC Berkeley. The course guides students with little to no technical background through the process of building and programming a “Micromouse” robot car, which attempts to autonomously solve a maze. To do this, we cover the basics of:

Robot Design

In addition to developing much of our labs and course material, I also designed a standard robot hardware kit. These cost around $30 each, but are provided to students at no cost to assemble and program.

micromouse robot

Each kit contains:

Main control PCB design: