‘Micro-controllers’ was a theory chapter in the Computer Science course I had in my pre-university years, and yet I hadn’t really seen one up close until the end of my first year at MIT, Manipal. Learning of micro-controllers was not a big deal; the real deal was writing a micro-controller program on your own without help(and I don’t mean simple programs that involve flashing LEDs in a sequence at best). Tens of my colleagues have made robots using micro-controllers, but only because they were parts of guided tours. They hadn’t much to do with the robots they owned. Not being rude here, just ask yourselves, “Am I capable of writing programs for the chip from my bot and incorporate it in a different bot?” Well, I am. Now, this is certainly not the first thing I’ve ever made; it’s just the first thing I have shared for everyone to see.