It's a basic 4-wheel drive car which can be controlled by Android phones.
Let's disassemble one RC toy car, racking its main parts, replacing the original embedded electronics by an Arduino.
This project shows how you can build a car which can be controlled by your smartphone using an android application via Bluetooth.
Android app control Arduino RC car via bluetooth.
Learn how to make a cheap RC Plane 4 Channel Transmitter – Receiver Using Arduino.
The tank that will follow you and serve you beer. Coolness is over 9000!
How to turn your RC Car into a Bluetooth controlled RC Car.
You will learn how I converted an RC car from my childhood days to an Arduino-based RC car.
This wirelessly controlled robot car uses gesture: tilt/orientation of hand to drive forward, backward, left or right.
Convert an ordinary RC car into an extraordinary obstacle-avoiding robot.
In this project, we've made a car tuning for a RC Porsche using Arduino including an Android app to make car driving easier.
This project will make a remote control car which has a view via an attached camera.
This project shows how to program an Arduino Mega 2560 using Simulink to receive the signals from an R/C receiver.
A hand gesture-controlled car made from scrap DVD player. Hand gestures detected by gyro and Arduino-driven motor.
Who does not love gaming? Racing and fighting in the virtual world of PlayStation and Xbox! Let's bring that fun to real life!
Web-based car control with PHPoC Shield for Arduino.
Drive some awesome 3D-printed cars with a Walabot and mobile app!
My first attempt at building an autonomous RC car with a Raspberry Pi 3.
Build a Bluetooth controlled model car and drive it with your Android device.
Build a robotic Panther tank that can use a laser pointer to play with a cat! It also uses a custom controller with Bluetooth.
We are using an ultrasound sensor that emits a signal and takes a reading which is displayed on screen using Processing 3.
A different view towards hydraulic system. This is a hydraulic system which is punched with electronics.
Have you ever wanted to use a PocketBeagle? And build a remote car? Well, I have! Here is how you can too!
RC buggy controlled with 433MHz RF modules.