Create a Simple Line Follower robot using Arduino
Project tutorial by Jithin Sanal
Make your own motor driver shield PCB for an Arduino Pro Mini using an Arduino Pro Mini.
The simplest Arduino-based drawing car ever.
Project tutorial by Jonathan Morales Vélez
Landje Robot is an fully open source STEM robot. It deviates in two aspects from many other builds. See here where...
Project tutorial by macpeterr
Awesome gesture controlled robot tutorial using Arduino and PAJ7620 sensor.
Learn how to build a simple battle bot that can be controlled with a PS2 controller via Bluetooth.
Project tutorial by CodeDigs
Step aside, an amazing six-wheel off-road robot coming through! Check out this Arduino-based wireless surveillance DIY RC robot.
Build a mini smartphone controlled car with Arduino or Raspberry Pi, which can be used for surveillance and intelligence gathering.
Project tutorial by Muhammad Sheraz
An amazing off-road robot with 4-wheel drive.
Amazing pick and place robot using Arduino and robotic arm – awesome new cool looking robot that can pick, place and move objects around it!
This robotic arm mimics hand motion and works using sensor and moves accordingly. Can be used in industry for welding and various jobs.
Project tutorial by Ashwini kumar sinha
Ever wanted a car the drives semi-autonomously? There you have it! You only need two diffrent colored lines and it easy to programm it.
Project tutorial by Maxconnor
Entertain humans and pets alike with paper planes launched by your voice.
This creates a rotating platform for displays.
Project tutorial by Ingo Lohs
I want to make a small car with the stepping motor. Now, control the stepping motor first!
Project tutorial by Haoming Weng
A bells and whistles rock tumbler for under $10. Too good to be true? Nope, it's not.
Project tutorial by Bob Computeers
"Otto DIY with steroids" + Bluetooth + APP + switch + touch sensors + strength + sound detection...
Project tutorial by Team Otto builders
Tito is a Bi-ped, dancing DIY robot, derivative from Zowi and Bob. Basically has been adapted to a standard Arduino UNO board.
Project tutorial by Camilo Parra Palacio
An interactive robot that anyone can make! Otto is very easy to 3D print and assemble, walks, dances, makes sounds and avoids obstacles.
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