This is a model circuit that can control the speed and the direction of a dc motor without the h-bridge ( it's an alternative to h-bridge ).
Project tutorial by Joao_Claro
Robot arm and its controller.
Project tutorial by HomeMadeGarbage
Four cheap SG90 servo-driven robotic arm capable of performing pre-recorded job.
Project tutorial by Mirko Pavleski
Gyro control in robots to hold direction
Project tutorial by Imalwaysontheinternet
Control the speed of your PWM fan easily. No need for other circuits.
Project tutorial by xXarduino_11Xx
The Arduino based Otto DIY can easily be controlled with state machines using YAKINDU Statechart Tools.
Project tutorial by Robin Herrmann
Control toys like a superhero. A DIY video for how to make gesture-controlled car.
Project tutorial by Shubham Shinganapure
Want to control you robot wirelessly through your laptop?! We're going to do that in this step by step tutorial with Arduino and Processing.
Project tutorial by Ahmed Ibrahim Ahmed
Instead of using 2-axis joysticks, I decided to use a spare TTP229-BSF capacitive touchpad to control a 4-DoF MeArm robotic arm.
Project tutorial by Alan Wang
Build an amazing water bot that can be controlled through your mobile phone.
Project tutorial by Ibrahim Yassine
Rando generates random numbers and selects shapes and determines their geometry based on the random number and sketches them on the floor.
Project tutorial by Saptarshi Sadhu
We wanted to combine the mobility of a tracked rover with the versatility of a robotic arm into a single device that reminds an EOD bot.
Project tutorial by Massimiliano and Luca Sevà
Control servos/motors connected to a robot car and arm kit using a Raspberry Pi, Python, and an Xbox 360 controller.
Project tutorial by HyperChiicken
A finite state machine-powered maze solver that stores a log of steps without any external storage device.
Project tutorial by mazemaster3000
A robotic arm that can be wirelessly controlled with a glove that contains IMU and flex sensors.
Project tutorial by Roland Pelayo
Control servos/motors connected to an Arduino robot arm kit using a Raspberry Pi, Python, and an Xbox 360 controller.
In this tutorial we will get data from a MPU6050 Gyroscope and control a Servo motor according to the movement of MPU6050.
Project tutorial by Hammad Iqbal
Mr. Big is a large mobile unit that can carry weight up to 8kg.
Project tutorial by mishrarahul1997
I tried to make a paper R2-D2 from Star Wars which has been my all-time favorite robot.
Project tutorial by isangmu
Learn how to build a simple battle bot that can be controlled with a PS2 controller via Bluetooth.
Project tutorial by Team CodeDigs
The stylophone was one of the wackiest forgotten toys of the 1960s and '70s, and today, "we have the technology" to make it better.
Project tutorial by Keith
A funny looking robot in the form of a plant, that interacts with some sensors inputs, talks, plays music and detects human movement.
Project tutorial by AhmedAzouz
A robotic hand which mimics the gesture made by our hand.
Project tutorial by Rushabh Jain
A different view towards hydraulic system. This is a hydraulic system which is punched with electronics.
Project tutorial by SAGNIK BANERJEE
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