It is controlled by an Arduino Mega 2560 and connected to Raspberry PI via WiFi using ESP8266. It is also able to run independently.
Project tutorial by Eric de la Houpliere
Use computer vision to control a Nerf gun, aim, and fire, all on its own!
Project tutorial by Arduino “having11” Guy
A fully autonomous robot lawn mower.
Project tutorial by ReP_AL
This project shows you how to successfully control a robot arm using the L9110 motor board, without using up all your Arduino outputs.
Project tutorial by adamsstephen
It is about a delta robot that can grab and move objects. It is connected to a Raspberry Pi to play Tic Tac Toe using computer vision.
Project showcase by geordag
This project will show you how to upgrade your regular shopping cart to an RC shopping cart.
Project tutorial by STEMpedia
Forward and Inverse Kinematics Library for Delta robot.
Project in progress by tinkersprojects
I'm trying to build a four legged walking Robot that is inspired by the Boston Dynamics Spot Mini and James Bruton's OpenDog.
Project in progress by AaronSilas
Make an Arduino-powered robot which is controlled by Bluetooth.
Project showcase by jayesh_nawani
Creating a GPS-controlled, camera-equipped RC boat with an Arduino Mega and 433 MHz remote.
Project in progress by maboshi
The idea is to create a functional Droideka from Star Wars, or at least something as close to it as possible!
Project in progress by nicogou
Update of the PENXZYL 3.0 project, with a new base and modified head and brush.
Project showcase by Guiye Perez Bongiovanni
How to drive an universal AC motor (washing machine) with Arduino and the MST_K07_CL.
Project showcase by microst
A simple yet real size robotic hand ready for custom programming.
Project showcase by hannu_hell
Roger Bot can be custom programmed, in addition to its built-in Bluetooth program for its robotic arm and rover capabilities.
Hardware: Arduino Mega 2560 ; Gyroscope MPU6050 ; Bluetooth HC-06 ; Battery 12V ; MotorShield L293d Mobile App: RemoteXY
Project showcase by urzikh
A pen plotter adapted with a brush to paint in oil.
This is a small robot that will encourage your favorite team, wave the flags, sing, turn on lights to guide your team.
Project showcase by victruino
If you do not struggle solving 'Towers of Hanoi' just build your own Arduino-powered 3-axis-robot.
Play tic-tac-toe against a robotic arm controlled by an Arduino Mega 2560.
Project in progress by bobn2tech
Drive a bipolar stepper motor with the EVALSP820 -XS and Arduino Mega 2560.
Use Serial Monitor to test TB6600 Stepper Motor Driver and stepper motor
Project in progress by ashleyblack
A robot to engage students in the process of learning STEM.
Project in progress by Team MemoSTEAM
A low-cost off-road 6WD autonomous robot using Arduino! This self driving car drove for over 2 miles on a bike trail on its own!
Project showcase by Guadalupe Bernal
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