Berkeley Micromouse

micromouse in maze

Between 2016 and 2019, I designed and helped 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 is designed autonomously solves maze. To do this, we cover the basics of:

This was made possible by generous support from Bay Area Circuits, IEEE, and Berkeley’s Student Technology Fund. Check them out!


Robot Design

In addition to developing labs and lectures, we 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 (2018 version):