For this tutorial, we will be making a box that opens and closes using an Arduino and a small Linear Actuator.
Project tutorial by Team RobotGeek Projects Team
With the Auto-Turret Project, you can automatically track down and fire upon your enemies! This project utilizes a Pixy camera module.
Project tutorial by RobotGeek Projects Team
This is a beginner's guide to making your first Arduino robot. Smart phone controlled, wall follower and obstacle avoiding robot.
Project tutorial by Muhammed Azhar
This simple optical chopper periodically interrupts an external beam of light, useful for photoelectrochemistry.
Project tutorial by Brendan Sweeny
Create a robot car, which will be controlled from a smartphone using the G-Sensor. Use the RemoteXY service to create GUI and source code!
Project tutorial by Evgeny Shemanuev
Hello world! I made a 1 servo control app yesterday and I said that I would make a multi control, so here is the multi control app!
Project tutorial by Danny van den Brande
Learn how to control Lego motors and servos with your Arduino and build your own Android app to remote control your model.
Project tutorial by Patrick Müller
BrozaBot_mk1 - First official version of BrozaBot. Remote controlled car with Arduino, Bluetooth and Android control using protocoder.
Project tutorial by Jose Marco de la Rosa
Duffy the mobile robot moves alongside you connected through a "light leash" and alerts you of objects around the path.
Project tutorial by Daniel Martin
This is how to control Robot Arm using Mobile Application which is really cool, have fun and please give me feed back.
Project tutorial by Ammar Atef Ali
In this project we will connect a Wii nunchuk to an Arduino and control pan/tilt servos.
Project tutorial by Mark Tashiro
A flat pack, open source, robot arm, that you can build with nothing but a screwdriver and enthusiasm.
Project tutorial by Benjamin Gray
This tutorial guides you through using 1Sheeld, Arduino and an Android phone to make an RC robot car at a glance.
Project tutorial by Garry Gerwer and Ahmed Hamdy
Small four wheeled bots are fun to build and play with, but offer a new set of challenges for the beginner. With the addition of two more...
Project tutorial by Scott Beasley
Using the Actobotics Runt Rover Peewee chassis kit and an Arduino controller, motor driver and sensors from eBay or other vendors.
A super simple stair climbing robot.
Project tutorial by Jason Jaeger
Objective of the Swarm-bots project is to study controlling the bot so assemble themselves, avoid obstacle and synchronization between bots.
Project tutorial by Team Hermes
line following robot setup using an L298N motor driver with an Arduino and two proximity sensor modules.
Project tutorial by Arnov Sharma
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