For written step by step instructions, visit: www.instructables.com/id/Multi-Purpose-Plywood-Robot-Prototyping-Base
This video will guide you through the process of testing the plywood robot base made in the Part 1 of this video: https://youtu.be/3OCJo_4-2uU
You will only require an Arduino (UNO or Nano) and some jumper cables.
Connections are as per the following:
Arduino Vcc ——– Battery +ve terminal Arduino 5v ——— Pin 1, 9, 16 of motor driver IC Arduino Gnd ——– Pin 4, 5, 12, 13 of IC & Battery -ve terminal Arduino Digital pin 5 ——- Pin 2 of [...]
Digital Media Academy is happy to introduce a new course in Robotics this year. Our Electrical Engineering and Robotics w/ Arduino classes showcases a new effort to bring robots to life in the hands of our students. Enjoy this video which features an exclusive soundtrack written and performed by Kiva, an amazing student and TA! Want to look at our other courses? Visit us online at www.digitalmediaacademy.org source
New Arduino to run my 3D printed robotic arm project! Check out more of my Arduino & Electronics videos here: http://youtube.com/c/ericwilliam Subscribe for new videos every Monday and Friday!
Quick update on my InMoov 3D printed robotic arm build. This is the same arm I have interfaced to my brain in other videos. I moved it over to an Arduino Nano so I could do a simple custom perf-board PCB and tidy up the wiring.
It needs a new servo for the pinky finger but no big deal. I would not advise driving your servos directly from the lipo as I did but it’s not a huge deal as they are just cheap units. [...]
DIY 4-Axis Servos Control Palletizing Robot Arm Model for Arduino UNO MEGA2560 Learn more:http://www.sainsmart.com/diy-4-axis-servos-control-palletizing-robot-arm-model-for-arduino-uno-mega2560.html source
The easiest Arduino UNO based self-balancing robot, controllable by Smart Phone, RC and more! Support this project here: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/balanbot-best-arduino-self-balancing-robot-ever#home
We are Makers, we design for Makers! The self-balancing Robot is an interesting educational toy. Many friends around us were trying to build one, but they encountered many challenges including the lack of the parts that are easy to assemble, suitable electronic circuits, and sample programs. So, we decided to make a self-balancing robot as simple as possible.
Thanks to Arduino team that almost every maker has one Arduino board in hand. Among those Arduino boards, [...]
For my first Arduino project I gutted a junk printer and turned it into a plotter. Then after about 1100 lines of code and more hours than I want to admit, It can read SVG image files(common vector graphics) and draw the image. Here are some more details:
Hardware: -old epson printer, used the frame, stepper motors and half of the main circuit board(yes, I actually just snapped it in half) because the board had some nice H-bridges on it. -power supply from some computer. I’m using 5V for everything. -CD player guts to move the pen up and down. -an additional h-bridge to control the up/down motor -Arduino uno
Software: -Processing language (essentially [...]
An easy Arduino project for beginners as well as for medium or advanced users. You can download the sketches from the link below: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B5kBjzQ2BVopd1VyTXNOT05rMjg
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Complete instructions for this episode of Weekend Projects can be found at http://makezine.com/projects/raspberry-pirate-radio/
Using a readymade disk image and one simple solder connection, turn your Raspberry Pi into a streaming pirate radio.
This project was originally created by Oliver Mattos and Oskar Weigl. It was revised by Ryan Grassel and extended by MAKE Labs engineering intern Wynter Woods. Go team!
NOTE: The Raspberry Pi’s broadcast frequency can range between 1Mhz and 250Mhz, which may interfere with government bands. We advise that you limit your transmissions to the standard FM band of 87.5MHz–108.0MHz and always choose a frequency [...]
Arduino Projects #2 Is here with a tutorial on how to build and control the mighty LCD! Website: http://niko.sork.dk/ Sketch Code: http://www.instructables.com/id/Control-a-LCD-with-Arduino/ source