This is my fourth tutorial focusing on Scratch and physical computing.
Project tutorial by MJRoBot
Scratch is a great tool to teach beginners how to code, program interactive stories, and do Physical Computing!
On this simple tutorial, we will explore how to discover colors using an Arduino and the TCS 3200 sensor, displaying it on an LCD.
The robot navigates indoor, in a pre-defined path, with high accuracy, and allows its real-time tracking on a phone. No GPS, No WiFi, No Map
Project tutorial by Team oblu
Using PixyCam and Intel Arduino 101 to drive this rover. Easy Robotic Vision system using PixyCam, rover reacts to the ball using Pan/Tilt.
Project tutorial by Ron Dagdag
Intel Arduino 101-based tank using Bluetooth Low Energy to communicate with a Blynk remote control on your phone.
Project tutorial by Johnathan Hottell
Yes. Bluetooth module are breadboard friend devices like this one used in my project and Bluetooth dongles are transmitter/receivers that must be connected to USB ports.
GREAT!!! Congrats, SanCo!!!! You rock, man! ;-)
Thanks a lot, Bill!
I also recommend that you also gave a look at my last project:
I could say that it is an updated version of our ArduFarmBot. I used a simpler technology that can be gotten with NodeMCU/Blynk. Both projects should work fine. The first one, described on this post (ÄrdufarmBot 1") is really proven, once we applied it on 2 different projects.
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