Our project will capture local data, send them to the cloud, where everyone can see them through the internet, acting remotely from there.
Project tutorial by MJRoBot
This is my fourth tutorial focusing on Scratch and physical computing.
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.
Let's develop step by step a project for controlling and programming a robotic arm, simulating the basic functions of an industrial robot.
"Rex, the Robot" will try finding how to scape from a "labyrinth" on the shortest and fastest way.
Line Follower Robot with PID control, using an Android device to easily setup the main control parameters for better and fast loop tuning.
A functional mobile prototype, a "Rover Station”, responsible for environmental data capture as Temperature, Humidity and Luminosity.
A very good wireless local area (and personal) network is undoubtedly the Bluetooth (BT). Let's play with it!
In this project, we will program a RPi and an Arduino, to work together to capture data from sensors, sending them to the Web.
Let's disassemble one RC toy car, racking its main parts, replacing the original embedded electronics by an Arduino.
On this Part 2, we will implement an IoT approach were control will be also possible remotely via Internet.
Let's control a plantation, using real data as temperature, relative air humidity, luminosity and soil moisture.
Let's learn how to control a Roomba Robot via its serial port and how to command its motors, LEDS , etc.
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