Artificial Intelligence (AI) based line Following robot is a robot that a sense of detecting the correct path for its route.
Hey, wanna build a dragon? This is an easy to build and custom dragon using Adafruit's Crickit as a brain.
A gesture control vehicle made by Seeedstudio Skeleton Bot - 4WD Hercules Mobile Robotic Platform. Having a lot of fun.
Adding a much cheaper alternative to the Carter and Kaya designs reference using a Lego EV3 set.
Combine the power of autonomous flight and computer vision in a UAV that can detect people in search and rescue operations.
With an ordering system and a database, the robot is designed to automatically deliver dishs to their corresponding tables.
Control any high voltage (240V, 15A) load whilst monitoring two external sensors and current drawn by load. No additional PSU needed.
How to install Fritzing on a Raspberry Pi!
Allows the reading impaired to hear both printed and handwritten text by converting recognized sentences into synthesized speech.
Remember Smartcar, the easy to use vehicle platform for your hobby-grade projects? It received an upgrade with ESP32 and custom chassis!
In this project you'll learn how to name your Bluetooth Module and detect fails in the working of your bluetooth.
Arduino UNO, Display, EasyDriver, Stepper Motor, Etc...
Battery operated RFID reader allowing you to scan pre-authorised RFID cards anywhere. Scans are sent to Ubidots dashboard for processing.
Add the power of a GPU to your rover.
Every year 2.12 billion tons of waste is generated. Here we look at how AI can be used at the edge to combat the war on waste
In this article, we'll learn how to create an Alert System Text SMS using Arduino and SIM800L Module.
A little device that frantically moves when objects move closer to it.
A creepy display piece that aggressively twitches and moves in accordance with the light source.
In this article you will learn how to control your DFMini Player MP3 module with Arduino.
Using the Genesys ZU 3EG to implement an image processing pipeline with the latest Xilinx image processing IP cores.
A smaller, sadder version of current bipedal robot designs.
Sometime I need to measure the exposure of light but a lux meter costs around $30, I made it with a BH1750 sensor which cost me around $10.
A simple robot that is cheap and requires NO CODING AT ALL!!!
Let's take the first steps in programming together and teach him to perform basic commands such as: stand, sit, lie, bark and sentry.