Line Follower with LM324N with backup arduino nano
by Ajaya Dahal
A simple way to control a motor with a potentiometer and an Arduino.
by Benjamin Larralde
NodeMCU ESP8266 in access point mode: the simplest way to make Wi-Fi controlled Robot Car from Bluetooth Arduino Robot Car + Android App.
by Andriy Baranov
Arduino UNO, Display, EasyDriver, Stepper Motor, Etc...
How to use a Servo.
In this arduino project, We use a temperature sensor LM35, to control the speed of the Servo motor.
This is a project about a SCARA arm which is controlled by a joystick and which sends the position by a Bluetooth module.
by Fil2002 and EnricoTesta2002
This Arduino Linear Actuator Tutorial shows how to do basic manual control of a large linear actuator using an Arduino and two buttons.
by Team RobotGeek Projects Team
The force resistive sensor outputs the applied force to the Arduino, and we move the servo according to the amount of force.
by Muhammad Anas
Autonomously functioning farmbot integrating IoT, image processing, automation, and Android application.
Arduino UNO-based, two-axis linear slider with centering function and Bluetooth remote control from an Android app.
Using an Arduino MKR and L298N H-bridge to drive a NEMA 17 stepper.
It is the next generation of remote control cars where signal attenuation is completely out of the picture.
by VISHAL SIVARAMAN
Position control using wifi from a smartphone sounds too good to be true? Do it with MKR1000.
by Miguel Sánchez
In this tutorial, you will learn how to drive DC, stepper and servo motors using an Arduino L293D motor driver shield.
In this project, I will show you how to make a low cost and high power motor driver using relays, NPN transistors and resisters.
Able to point in a specific direction or turn by degrees, this motor is a staple in home automation and robotics.
by Alex Glow
A versatile & easy to use vehicle platform for hobby-grade projects: You focus on application logic and the library takes care of the rest.
by Dimitris Platis
iRobbie is the revolutionary app that brings smartphone power to your Arduino project.
Here's an introduction to control a Nema 17 stepper motor with the help of the Adafruit TB6612 OR A4988 Stepstick OR PHPoC PES-2405 R2
by Ingo Lohs
There are a lot of tutorials, on how to control Servos with joysticks, or analog sensors, but sometimes we need to control them with buttons
by Boian Mitov
Teaches you how to use the Stepper motor and driver in the Arduino Grove Starter Kit.
What you need to control the motors of your robot? H-Bridge is the magic word!
The older members among you can still remember DVD-ROM drives well: let's take another look at the inner values of a past technology.
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