The Internet has long been a source for self-learning and there are many very good online resources people use to learn and master new skills these days. For those of you who are interested in building robots, we’ve put together a list of the Best YouTube Robotics Engineering Channels. The videos you’ll find here will help you learn how to program robots. On these channels you will learn many interesting facts about robotics engineering, how different technologies are combined for building robots, you will see presentations of various robotics projects people work on all over the world, and get a chance to virtually attend Stanford University lectures.
Python Programming tutorials, going further than just the basics. Learn about machine learning, finance, data analysis, robotics, web development, game development and more.
ExplainingComputers uploads weekly computing videos. It is produced by Christopher Barnatt, who spent 25 years teaching computing and future studies in the University of Nottingham, and who is the author of thirteen books including "Digital Genesis: The Future of Computing, Robots and AI", "3D Printing: Third Edition" and "The Next Big Thing".
An off-the-cuff Video Blog about Electronics Engineering, for engineers, hobbyists, enthusiasts, hackers, and Makers. Hosted by Dave Jones from Sydney Australia.
This is series of advanced demonstrations on how a simple R2-D2 like the robot is built.
Videos by the geeks at Spark Fun Electronics.
Arduino Tutorial and Projects, Raspberry Pi Tutorials and Projects, Arduino Source Codes, Internet of Things, IoT, NodeMCU, ESP8266, Robotic Projects, Robotic Arm and Hand, Arduino Boards, Electronics projects, How to make Arduino and Raspberry Pi projects, DIY electronics
RoboDK is a simulator for industrial robots. You can easily accomplish offline programming in industrial applications such as robot milling, robot welding, painting and calibrating robots. RoboDK can generate and simulate complex robot paths for more than 200 robots and 10 different robot manufacturers.
My name is Jaidyn Edwards and I make stuff. Robotics, Arduino, Electronics, 3D Printing and Prop Making are all things you are likely to find on my channel.
Robotics, it's what we do. First Lego League, First Tech Challenge, Student Robotics. It's all good!
iDESIGN Solutions (iDESIGN) is a Value Added Reseller of technology for Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math (STEAM) education. The company sells VEX Robotics Classroom Kits & Parts, 2D and 3D design software, 3D Printers and Accessories, teacher training, and much more.
Play, discover, learn and enjoy! A channel for anyone interested in solar power, electronic measurement equipment, multimeters and other bits and bobs! Loads of projects, reviews, tutorials, how to's, fun testing, experiments, innovative ideas, and solutions. Presented by an amateur/hobbyist/enthusiast point of view.
Agility Robotics designs and builds highly efficient and uniquely capable robots.