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Robot arms are awesome! In this tutorial we explore how to control one of them using a Nunchuk and an Arduino Mega.
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Use an infrared sensor to sense eye movements and control an LED.
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Hi there! I think you can try different battery chargers. But it will have to be suitable for the batteries you're using. Those Li-ion batteries are quite tricky!
Hi there! I'm glad my instructions helped you to assemble the robot.
Did you manage to run Nunchuk library?
Hi there. There is no code for this project. This project describes only a hardware setup for powering your Arduino periodically using the some solar charged batteries.
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