With this 2WD metal robot chassis you can build a battle bot platform controlled with an Arduino board.
Check the ultimate Raspberry Pi accessory used to calculate the absolute orientation called BerryIMU
If you have at home a piece of plywood, a tool box, four wheels, an Android smartphone and the desire to fully understand the Arduino microcontroller board, roll up your sleeves and start to build this small mobile project with built-in Bluetooth controlled.
This is a remote controlled robot equipped with a metal detector, a pan&tilt kit camera for live video streaming, GPS, and a compass module to locate his position and detect the direction.
One of my priorities is to search and identify what’s new in robotics – from sensors, motor controllers to robot kits and books. Everything that can be useful for those who’s working in the DIY area.One of the kits that caught my attention is CQRobot. It’s a new kit for computer vision applications and less for …
Complete guide to interface Arduino with GPS bee module and display on a TFT information received from the GPS module