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
Web-based car control with PHPoC Shield for Arduino.
Project showcase by Gyusik Song
This creates a rotating platform for displays.
Project tutorial by Ingo Lohs
A remote control car controlled with a steering wheel using mpu6050 sensor and rf434.
Project showcase by Aritra_B
I built a leg with Arduino and with ice cream sticks!
Project showcase by fmattiussi
In this low-cost project, you can learn fun stuff like laser cutting, coding, mechanics, trigonometry. No Arduino codes required!
Project tutorial by Team KittenBot
A suitable project for beginner, learn how to build an obstacle avoidance robot within 2 hours. No Arduino Language required.
Pet feeder is for people who live with pet(s) to help them feed their pets when they are not at home.
Project tutorial by Namsulee
I have a project that will require three servo positions, and I need to be able to easily go between them for system tuning.
Project in progress by Andrew Hillier
The idea is to upgrade my rover to be controlled by a Blynk app in my mobile. The Blynk is talking to my Arduino UNO using Bluetooth HC06.
Project showcase by Rafa Juárez
Ever want to just stay in your warm bed on those cold, dreary autumn mornings? Now you can!
Project tutorial by RobotGeek Projects Team
Using gesture recognition technology to open door locks.
Project tutorial by AdhamN
Control an Arduino robot with a smartphone using ESP8266.
This is a small robot car which can be controlled over Bluetooth using Android devices.
Project showcase by S.Ranjith Reddy
Use a USB serial connection and our Desktop App to control the LittleArm Arduino robot arm.
by Slant Concepts
In this guide, we will be adding Infrared Remote Control to a RobotGeek Geekbot.
by RobotGeek Projects Team
For this tutorial, we will be making a box that opens and closes using an Arduino and a small Linear Actuator.
This tutorial will present a simple way to control directions of robot with two potentiometers and several wires.
by Pierre Ruffy & Roxane Alexandre
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