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.
by Ingo Lohs
Learn how to make a simple line follower robot by using Arduino and very basic electronic components. It is a fully autonomous robot.
by Shubham Shinganapure
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
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
Let's make a fully autonomous robot using Arduino and IR sensors. It can explore the surface of a table without falling!
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
Balancing robot, balance the robot using wheel and imu 6axis Sensor with BluBug & Android.
by Team Twob
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 FlySky joystick is adopted to control the speed and limitations of the ramp of two stepper motors
Arduino UNO-based, two-axis linear slider with centering function and Bluetooth remote control from an Android app.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to drive DC, stepper and servo motors using an Arduino L293D motor driver shield.
This project, a smartphone-controlled Arduino 4WD robot car or Bluetooth Arduino robot.
by Team platinum
How to use a Servo.
Overcoming the one servo restriction and replacing switches, jumpers and potentiometers with software controlled variables.
by Kevin Gagnon
A desktop-sized miniature robot arm capable of performing work accurately by mouse operation, serving tea, and playing music.
In this article, you will learn how to control DC, Stepper, and servo motors by Arduino and L293D.
Connect Stepper Motor to Arduino and control it with Rotary Encoder - Quick and Easy!
by Boian Mitov
Using an Arduino MKR and L298N H-bridge to drive a NEMA 17 stepper.
Autonomously functioning farmbot integrating IoT, image processing, automation, and Android application.
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
Wondering which is the thrust of your brushless motors? Do you want to check the current absorption? Build your cheap thrust station!
by Vincenzo G.
Disassemble an old printer (in this case a dot matrix) and drive the stepper motor(s) for linear motion or rotation. With Arduino.
A humanoid arm + hand prototype made of balsa wood
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
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