The tank that will follow you and serve you beer. Coolness is over 9000!
Project tutorial by Balázs Simon
A wearable robotic owl familiar. Archimedes judges your emotions, via Google AIY.
by Alex Glow
Ever wanted to control a cockroach on the cheap? Now you can!
Project tutorial by bravoechonovember
An amazing off-road robot with 4-wheel drive.
Project tutorial by Jithin Sanal
This is a project that will show you how to create a Wi-Fi controlled RC Car that will recharge wirelessly while it is parked.
Project tutorial by Ioannis Kydonis
An Autonomous Delivery System using the DonkeyCar which allows you to send or receive physical items, in a number of different scenarios.
Project tutorial by Abdullah Sadiq
Entertain humans and pets alike with paper planes launched by your voice.
Project tutorial by Jonathan Morales Vélez
Step aside, an amazing six-wheel off-road robot coming through! Check out this Arduino-based wireless surveillance DIY RC robot.
Position control using wifi from a smartphone sounds too good to be true? Do it with MKR1000.
by Miguel Sánchez
Amazing pick and place robot using Arduino and robotic arm – awesome new cool looking robot that can pick, place and move objects around it!
The car is moving by two dc motors and turn by setting one motor over bluetooth using Android App on Andriod phone.
Project showcase by S.Ranjith Reddy
A four-legged robot on roller skates.
Project tutorial by StaffanEk
A gesture-detecting wearable sleeve that can direct a robot in different directions.
Project tutorial by Youssef El-Gendy and Romina Abachi
Project tutorial by Scott Beasley
Make a WiFi robot that can be controlled via mobile phone using Arduino. The instructions are well explained and are easy to follow.
WIP- Using a MKR1000 to create a WiFi Enabled 2/4 Wheeled Robot Platform, Hardware is in hand, now to implement software
Project showcase by James Martel
Controlling a robotic arm to pick up and drop objects is difficult enough, without IoT it would be near impossible to do this remotely.
Project tutorial by Team metrowest_aug
Using an Arduino MKR and L298N H-bridge to drive a NEMA 17 stepper.
Buto is my 'real steel' robot project. Now, BuTO has been connected to the Internet and can be controlled remotely.
Project showcase by assemblypro
Remotely operated ground vehicle for sensing the toxic gases which is helpful for firefighters and researchers.
Project showcase by Team EWU Makers
A stepper motor shakes a limb to frighten away birds and squirrels. It is under the control of the MKR1000.
Project showcase by Art Wagner
Handmade MKR1000 IoT Christmas show made of colored cardboard paper.
Project showcase by Majd Janineh
This project allows you to control a MeArm Robot with your smartphone, as if you had many potentiometers in your hands.
Project in progress by Lightrider
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