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TurtleDuino Object Avoidance Robot using Arduino

Hello, in this instructable I’ll be showing you step by step how to build the TurtleDuino, an object avoidance robot, with an Arduino UNO microcrontroller on board. I designed the TurtleDuino using material from the hardware store (Home Depot) and all the electronics from sparkfun.com and jameco.com. Shopping List: Arduino UNO      (Sparkfun.com) Ultrasonic Ping))) Sensor      (jameco.com) 2 …

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Tankbot – Internet Controlled Tank Robot using Arduino

Do you remember a game called Tank Wars? This is an attempt to make a physical version of that classic arcade game. You, the player drive an Arduino powered tank and fire a laser at a target. This project uses an Arduino to control a tank through a web page. The tank is driven from a …

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ROBOT OPENS MASTER COMBINATION LOCKS IN LESS THAN A MINUTE

A common trope in bank heist B-movies is someone effortlessly bypassing a safe’s combination lock. Typically, the hero or villain will turn the dial while listening to the internal machinery, then deduce the combination based on sounds made by the lock. In real life, high-quality combination locks are not vulnerable to such simple attacks, but …

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Smart Product Project – Intro to Sensors (Lesson 3)

If you haven’t already, check out the Leader-Follower Robot project (https://www.instructables.com/Leader-Follower-Robot-Legs/). The Leader-Follower Robot project provides important background on the concepts covered in this tutorial. We will also be using the Leader-Follower Robot to showcase some cool sensors! This Instructable will be a deeper dive into many of the sensors you can use to add …

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ETHERSWEEP: AN EASY-TO-DEPLOY ETHERNET CONNECTED STEPPER CONTROLLER

[Neumi] over on Hackaday.IO wanted a simple-to-use way to drive stepper motors, which could be quickly deployed in a wide variety of applications yet to be determined. The solution is named Ethersweep, and is a small PCB stack that sits on the rear of the common NEMA17-format stepper motor. The only physical connectivity, beside the motor, …

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Hercules: The Motion Controlled Android Robot using Arduino

When I was in the 8th grade, I was intrigued while playing the motion games on Nokia 5800. I was thrilled, how I could control the racing car by only tilting the phone. I used to dream of making this same car in the real world. Now, in 11th  grade ( Age 17) having got an Arduino …

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