Duckietown is a robotics educations and outreach effort. The project started as a graduate class in 2016 at MIT; as of 2017, six other universities have used the materials produced, as well as dozens of self-guided learners.

The most tangible goal of the project is to provide a low-cost educational “experience” for learning autonomy, consisting of the “Duckiebots”, an autonomous robot, and the “Duckietowns”, the infrastructure in which the Duckiebots navigates.

In addition to the hardware and software, we build a set of learning modules that can be used at various levels of education.

Current status of the project

Duckietown has graduated from being one class to an international initiative. We are in the process of creating the second version of the class and the materials, preparing for a large publicity initiative in early 2018. There are many ways in which you can help.