Control an Arduino robot with a smartphone using ESP8266.
This tutorial guides you through using 1Sheeld, Arduino and an Android phone to make an RC robot car at a glance.
Project tutorial by Garry Gerwer and Ahmed Hamdy
Your powerful friend, the transistor can control high-voltage motors and lights from a microcontroller pin.
by Alex Glow
Use voice to make it go forward, back, left and right. The arm can move up, down, left, right. Also, the height of the arm can be altered.
by Sagar pawar
Tutorial for changing the name used by the FirmataBLE library and updating your Node.js libraries to connect with the new name.
by Derek Jamison
Use an Ultrasonic sensor to control the vertical height of the LittleArm.
Project showcase by Slant Concepts
This is a small robot car which can be controlled over Bluetooth using Android devices.
Project showcase by S.Ranjith Reddy
Construction of a prototype that mimics the movements of the human arm.
Project showcase by zezarandrade
Use a USB serial connection and our Desktop App to control the LittleArm Arduino robot arm.
by Slant Concepts
In this guide, we will be adding Infrared Remote Control to a RobotGeek Geekbot.
by RobotGeek Projects Team
For this tutorial, we will be making a box that opens and closes using an Arduino and a small Linear Actuator.
Project tutorial by RobotGeek Projects Team
B·Day Bot is a robot designed to spread happiness on special days. This is his remote control.
Project in progress by Julio Vazquez
Strong like a truss but moves like a slug = Gluss. A radical approach to scalable robots that allows serious research on a hobbyist budget.
Project in progress by Robert L. Read
Enjoy teaching your kids basic electronics and as a reward get them a unique Toy.
This tutorial will present a simple way to control directions of robot with two potentiometers and several wires.
by Pierre Ruffy & Roxane Alexandre
Trunk Robotic arm is a art in modern robotics. It can able to spin and work like artistic.
Project tutorial by jegatheesan
A Simple IoT Car!
Project tutorial by P3RISH
Position control using wifi from a smartphone sounds too good to be true? Do it with MKR1000.
by Miguel Sánchez
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
Arduino robot controlled from an Android phone via Bluetooth.
Project tutorial by Stan
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