For my last week of internship, I assembled the final draft of the rotation joint with the sensory. With the sensory in place, the rotation joint can now give feedback on its rotary position at all times. In order to use this information, I wrote some code in order to tell the rotation joint where to go. After a lot of writing code and testing its accuracy, I was able to finally program the rotation joint how I wanted it. I can enter in an angular variable to the program, and the rotation joint will rotate that far. With the rotation joint completed, that is one part completed for the robotic arm, and that brings this project one step closer to providing arms to those who need them.