RoboDojo Regular Hours
Monday - Thursday: 0900 - 1500
The RoboDojo is located in Root Hall 125 A/B/C (On the library end of Root Hall)
We are open many other hours for workshops and other events, so come on in if you see our door open. We would welcome the opportunity to show you our lab resources and to discuss your thesis and personal projects.
If *you* would like to share your expertise or your projects with the NPS/RoboDojo community, please do email Kristen at email@example.com.
RoboDojo Workshop Schedule
To Sign up for a workshop, go to the Calendar page and click on the link.
Sign-in above for more information or to register for a workshop
|Intro to 3D Printing: 1/14, 1/15, 1/24, 2/24, 2/26|
|Intro to Capture the Flag (CTF) Cyber Security Games: 1/16|
|Inductrix Micro FPV Drones: A Tiny, Gentle introduction to First Person View (FPV) Flying: 1/16|
|Vinyl Cutter Basics: 1/21|
|Using Neural Networks in Matlab: Part 1 of 3: 1/22|
|Programming for the Non-Programmer: 1/22|
|Learn to Solder: 1/22, 3/2|
|Star Wars 501st Legion: Designing and Fabricating Your Own Stormtrooper Costume: 1/23|
|Laser Cutting and Engraving: 1/24|
|Further Adventures in Bash Scripting: 1/27|
|Makey Makey Invention: Circuit, sensor, controller. Bring your Kids!: 1/27|
|Wireshark: Your Computer Network Sleuthkit: 1/28|
|Using Neural Networks in Matlab: Part 2 of 3: 1/29|
|3D Scan Generation: Become Your Own GI Joe or GI Jane: 1/30, 2/22|
|Drone Flying at Impossible City (Ft Ord): 1/31, 2/28, 3/20|
|Intro to Software Defined Radios with HackRFOne: 2/3|
|Using Neural Networks in Matlab: Part 3 of 3: 2/5|
|3D Model Processing with Meshmixer: 2/5, 2/22|
|Legacy Videogame Console Programming: Part 1, NES Introduction and Hello World: 2/12|
Intro to Raspberry Pi, a tiny $35 computer: 2/12, 2/13
|Cosplay: How to Get Started: 2/13|
|Build Your Own Drone: 2/18, 2/25, 3/3|
|Legacy Videogame Console Programming: Part 2, NES Graphics: 2/19|
|CNC Routing with the X-Carve and Easel: 2/21|
|Sofar Trident: An easy-to-use Underwater Drone. Bring your kids!: 2/24|
|Legacy Videogame Console Programming: Part 3, NES Audio and Input: 2/26|
|Legacy Videogame Console Programming: Part 4, SNES Programming: 3/4|
|Legacy Videogame Console Programming: Part 5, SNES/NES Rom Hacks: 3/11|
Previous Classes and Links
View slide shows and links below from previous and upcoming classes
Introduction to 3D printing
Introduction to soldering
Introduction to Linux
Solving Impossible Problems - Emergent Algorythms
CNC Milling Instructions and Helpful Tips
Welcome to the RoboDojo Community Website!
The RoboDojo is a dynamic innovation space (located on NPS campus in Root Hall, Room 125) where students, staff, faculty, and friends can come 'tinker' and learn about robot components and systems. Whether you're five or seventy-five years old, the RoboDojo is designed to promote informal hands-on learning with open hours and volunteer mentors to help the NPS community learn about:
- rapid prototyping (e.g, with 3D printers and laser cutters);
- embedded computing (e.g., with Arduino and Raspberry Pi);
- basic electronics (e.g., with various electronics and breadboard components);
- robotic software programming (e.g., for Robot Operating System in Python);
- and more!
The RoboDojo also hosts various community-led workshops, including recent gatherings on topics ranging from Basics of Solidworks, Intro to Printed Circuit Boards, to Laser Cutting and Engraving, and a Raspberry Pi Workshop. The RoboDojo represents a grassroots initiative to promote collaborative and community learning, so feel free to stop by and learn about robots!
Be sure to click on the "Sign In" button on the left to access our extended website.
We are open other hours for workshops and for other events and would welcome the opportunity to show you our lab resources and to discuss your thesis and personal projects.
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