An interactive robot that anyone can make! Otto is very easy to 3D print and assemble, walks, dances, makes sounds and avoids obstacles.
Project tutorial by Camilo Parra Palacio
"Otto DIY with steroids" + Bluetooth + APP + switch + touch sensors + strength + sound detection...
Project tutorial by Team Otto builders
An amazing off-road robot with 4-wheel drive.
Project tutorial by Jithin Sanal
My first project in Arduino platform. I combined two features in this project, Bluetooth control mode and obstacle avoiding mode.
Project showcase by KureBas Robotics
Tito is a Bi-ped, dancing DIY robot, derivative from Zowi and Bob. Basically has been adapted to a standard Arduino UNO board.
Using servo motor control with a TV remote control.
Project showcase by eldo85
Entertain humans and pets alike with paper planes launched by your voice.
Project tutorial by Jonathan Morales Vélez
The force resistive sensor outputs the applied force to the Arduino, and we move the servo according to the amount of force.
by Anas Siddiqui
An Arduino controlled car that avoids obstacles (ie. walls or objects in front of it).
Project showcase by Team Adam
I want to make a small car with the stepping motor. Now, control the stepping motor first!
Project tutorial by Haoming Weng
Amazing pick and place robot using Arduino and robotic arm – awesome new cool looking robot that can pick, place and move objects around it!
Clean your yard from your smartphone or preset a job for AYSE to follow!
Project in progress by Mitomon
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
This creates a rotating platform for displays.
Project tutorial by Ingo Lohs
This is a low cost robot that will help students in better learning and understanding.
Project showcase by utk6533
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
A bells and whistles rock tumbler for under $10. Too good to be true? Nope, it's not.
Project tutorial by Bob Computeers
Throttle by wire design utilizing a pedal assist circuit remotely controlled by a smartphone.
Project in progress by Stephen Sizensky
The task of this machine is to go straight with a flame sensor module that catches the flame and buzzer gives alarm.
Project showcase by giorgiorosso
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