This project is an extension of the Arduino Engineering Kit Rover and is doing a lane following using Raspberry Pi.
Project tutorial by MadhuGovindarajan and ssalunkhe
Controlling a robotic arm to pick up and drop objects is difficult enough, without IoT it would be near impossible to do this remotely.
Project tutorial by Team metrowest_aug
The Arduino Engineering Kit's rover just got cooler. It can be controlled like an RC car using your Android phone.
Project showcase by metrowest_aug
Simple GUI to automate focus stacking used in macrophotography.
Project tutorial by MacroPhotoFan_2004
A panel to control the pitch of a wing (or aircraft or control surface deflection) in a small wind tunnel.
Project tutorial by dancili
This project shows how to use MATLAB and Arduino to acquire and fix data from a bundle of DHT22 sensors, live plot, and export the results.
Btw, the Code link on the bottom of the file has the DXF file in it.
Here is an attempt to explain how it works -
Think of it as an actual arm and there is a shoulder joint and elbow joint. When you move the appropriate servos and rotate your shoulder joint enough the top half of the arm moves around. The tricky part is elbow joint. There are no servos here which is what makes it confusing. You move the right servo to move the elbow joint and move the whole arm. You move the left servo to move the wrist. Then the claws/fingers are controlled by a servo of its own.
Hope that makes sense now.
It uses Arduino Due.
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