The robot navigates indoor, in a pre-defined path, with high accuracy, and allows its real-time tracking on a phone. No GPS, No WiFi, No Map
Self-balancing robot with two ultrasonic proximity sensors and nRF24 communication + remote.
Boston Dynamics' robot dog, Spot Mini is unavailable at any price. A Chinese copy is $30,000. Cut 99% of the cost and build one at home.
This project consists of a small robot controlled via WiFi using an Arduino MKR1000, MKR2UNO Shield Adapter and Arduino Motor Shield!
An Autonomous Delivery System using the DonkeyCar which allows you to send or receive physical items, in a number of different scenarios.
An ultimate tutorial for beginners on how to connect and use an ESP8266 via Arduino and program it to blink an LED using the Blynk app.
This micocontrollers laboratory is designed to speed up projects, and make easy and clean connections.
Create 2 tanks and battle them out, using laser light as the ammo!
We have built a 2WD robot with a robotic arm on it controlled from a mobile app over Bluetooth connection. Use this step-by-step tutorial!
How to hack a Wii Nunchuk to make it work with Arduino.
Showing my progress in building the dashboard and flight control systems,follow up on channel and github repo to keep track:
Create a robot car, which will be controlled from a smartphone using the G-Sensor. Use the RemoteXY service to create GUI and source code!
Automatic catapult for throwing pet food (dog, cat, chicken, etc.), balls and more!
A super simple stair climbing robot.
An easy way to make a hand-washing timer, using Arduino.
This robot took part in a competition and solved the maze.
Implement your own Bitcoin candy vending machine that accepts testnet Bitcoins and dispenses goods.
Creating a GPS-controlled, camera-equipped RC boat with an Arduino Mega and 433 MHz remote.
MeArm mounted on smart robot car controlled by 2 Arduino UNOs
This project shows how you can build a car which can be controlled by your smartphone using an android application via Bluetooth.
This is a 360 radar using an ultrasonic sensor that saves data and encodes them onto an image.
An Arduino controlled car that avoids obstacles (ie. walls or objects in front of it).
Originally designed in 2015, this is the revival of Helios. Centered around the CC3D and Arduino, this quad rocks!
Its super simple, low cost (2 sensor based) line follower robot. If you are a absolute beginner, you can make it only in 2 hours.