This car is made by shourya wadhwa
Bluetooth control Arduino car
Build a car hacking spy device to remotely read and send CAN commands and track GPS location. All based on open source software/hardware.
It is a simple Structure that is used to pick up the light objects using Android phone.
This is a smart wheelchair
Here I have made 2 wheel obstacle avoiding robotic car
The vehicles at present aren't smart. It sounds cool if it alerts when the vehicle comes close to others.
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?
A small car based on Arduino platform which can be controlled using Bluetooth and a Android app.
Connected conceptual parking lot using visual monitoring and edge computing.
Distracted driving is a killer we don't pay attention to until its to late. This device helps bring to light how distracted we really are.
Build your own video surveillance robot and control it through the Internet with iPhone.
Mount in front of your garage to help you park at teh exact right distance.
In this post, we take care of file management while also adding some enhancements in the process.
This is an RC which can be controlled through any phone. I added solar panels to provide extra power to it.
Use Pixy2 and Arduino to train your robot car to follow road signs!
Build a tiny Distance measurement logger by connecting Hexabitz IR module to Hexabitz Micro SD card module.
In this post, you are going to learn how to build a Wireless Video Surveillance Robot using Raspberry Pi.
This is part 2 of the dashcam project and in this post, we will learn how to interface a GPS module to the Raspberry Pi.
This tutorial teaches you how to build a rover that can be driven (with a live video feed) using your mobile phone.
The presented robot captures line position with IR Sensors. If the robot get off the line it will U turn and back to the line again.
This is the remote car which controller can control it on the phone through the Bluetooth.
This is the start of a new series where we learn how to build a dashcam using the Raspberry Pi Zero.
Programmable police LED flasher using an STM8 [36+36 LEDs].