RB-0 is a hobby sized rover that uses the same suspension concept as NASA's newer differential-bar rovers. It uses a Jetson Nano + camera.
A 4 wheeled bot which can be trained to autonomously survey a known environment or can be controlled via a laptop or a phone!
Learn how to make your first rover with Meadow using a SN754410NE motor controller, and a few LEDs to indicate which direction it moves.
A robust, inexpensive, yet powerful collision detection system for the purpose of small autonomous robots
Assist in devising solutions to control the fire damage with minimum casualty
Simple to get started yet infinitely expandable.
This project shows how to design a wi-fi remotely controlled two-wheeled robotic rover, using an Arduino Uno and an ESP8266.
Meet the little black rover that can do many things in your house without bumping into a single thing!
Using PixyCam and Intel Arduino 101 to drive this rover. Easy Robotic Vision system using PixyCam, rover reacts to the ball using Pan/Tilt.
Create an Arduino 101 bot controlled by Johnny Five over Firmata BLE!
Project ARIES - A system of intelligent and connected autonomous vehicles to provide an immediate response and action to emergency scenarios
Arduino UNO-compatible robotic simulation of the C. elegans nematode.
This is a self-contained 3D-printable rover track that can be reused on your projects.
Always wanted a cow, but don't have the space? Build yourself this Roomba-sized cow!
An outdoor rover, capable of autonomous navigation (using GPS and sonar sensors) or controlled over WiFi.
Arduino 101 rover project using Mecanum wheels and Blynk.
Augmenting the Arduino101 BLE Rover with sensors for autonomous driving.
Build a rover and control it with your Android phone.
Robotics project that aims to improve rover control through the use of radio frequency and the interaction of rover movement.
Build an obstacle avoidance car using Raspberry Pi.
A rover that runs on wheels using Raspberry Pi 3 and is controlled remotely through hand gestures! (With the use of Myoband.)
Using LeapMotion, Java and the web services of the Particle Photon, I created a simple Rover Bot that uses leap motion controls.
Converting a rover to use the Arduino 101 including the Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) radio and 6-axis Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU).
The idea is to upgrade my rover to be controlled by a Blynk app in my mobile. The Blynk is talking to my Arduino UNO using Bluetooth HC06.