The operation of my latest digital fabrication project. A more in-depth explanation of construction and operation can be found here: http://youtu.be/TWaikKHW6jQ source
Introductory Robotics Class. One month in to the semester the students are creating their own scale model agricultural automation projects. March 16 2016 source
En este tutorial aprenderemos a armar nuestro robot básico que pueda esquivar obstáculos con arduino utilizando un sensor Ultrasonico HC-SR04
Arduino mega o Arduino uno
Sensor ultrasonico HC-SR04
Motor shield driver para arduino de Adafruit Pagina oficial: https://www.adafruit.com/products/81
2 Motores de corriente continua de 3v a 6v
2 Ruedas para los motores
Chasis para armar el robot, recuerden que puede ser uno de fabricación propia
Alimentación para arduino, ya sea atraves de 4 o 6 pilas AA (Recomiendo pilas recargables ya que al usar dos motores y el sensor gasta mucha energia), una pila de 9v o batería de [...]
(Full Screen for best quality) Learn how to create your own arduino robot that can move in any direction, and complete different tasks. No programming required, no experienced required, no soldering required, and no knowledge of robots in order to create the bot!
Parts you need to build the robot: Arduino Uno (cable included): http://store-usa.arduino.cc/products/a000066 25$ Arduino Motor Shield: http://bit.ly/1RPO9l4 22$ Motors and/or chassis: http://bit.ly/1V2Jiux 20$ Power (optional): http://bit.ly/23aMgmC 3$ (you can use any kind of chasis)
Here is the code to move around your robot:
//Setup Channel A pinMode(12, [...]
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 [...]
Arduino Potentiometer Servo Control & Learning In this project, we are exploring a very cool technique which allows us to memorize the positions of the servo and to play them back in a continuous loop. This technique is extremely useful in robotics and can open the door to projects such as a learning robot arm.
Relevant Tutorials: 1. Servo Control: https://youtu.be/ZySGP4AwGCY 2. Analog Inputs: https://youtu.be/u_2SLqrKWLM
Goals: – To read an analog signal coming from a Potentiometer as a voltage divider. – To process the signal into a servo position coordinate. – To create a function which will allow the user to record the servo position and [...]
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. [...]
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This week we take a look at the Arduino Yun and some of the neat things that you can do with it. This is our first experience with the Yun and we see some projects in our future that will be using the Yun.
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