A small car based on Arduino platform which can be controlled using Bluetooth and a Android app.
You want to race with your Carrera slot cars, but have nobody who wants to play with you? So why don´t you race against an Arduino?
Knight rider style, a simple remote license plate cover with NodeMCU and a servo motor
First article in series about Line Following and Lane Following with CV
The vehicles at present aren't smart. It sounds cool if it alerts when the vehicle comes close to others.
Arduino Parking Sensor with HC-SR04 Ultrasonic Sensor
Connected conceptual parking lot using visual monitoring and edge computing.
Project using Arduino Micro and a CC1101 to receive and display the tyre pressures transmitted by a Toyota (Auris Hybrid).
Project using Arduino Micro and CC1101 to display the tyre pressures transmitted at 433MHz by Renault tyres (based on Toyota TPMS project).
This is the start of a new series where we learn how to build a dashcam using the Raspberry Pi Zero.
This device automatically detects and uploads the location of road hazards, creating a safer driving environment!
Robot-tank PiTanq now can use GPS to reach a point on a map!
If you have this car, you will be able to avoid obstacles and follow the necessary lines to reach your destination and protect the distances
Use a tank chassis and computer vision to create a robot that can hunt down and destroy dandelions with full autonomy!
Make a long range remote controller for your robot.
Mount in front of your garage to help you park at teh exact right distance.
Build an obstacle avoidance car using Raspberry Pi.
This is our new Bluetooth RC car - based on our favorite Arduino Uno!
A Micro:Maqueen Robot Car.
Curious about autonomous driving, AI and neural networks? Build your own autonomous driving car and get your hands on these topics!
For bike security, There is only ignition lock switch. And it can be easily hacked by the thief. Here I come with a DIY solution for that.
A simple obstacle avoiding robot with 3D-printed and salvaged parts.
I made a Blynk-controlled mini car using M5Stick-C. Pretty good!
To extend our V2X ecosystem we are constantly adding entities. This time we added a truly crucial component: EV charging.