3D Printed ESP32 Powered Video Streaming Robot

The ESP32 WiFi robot is a shrunken-down version of the ZeroBot (https://hackaday.io/project/25092). Instead of a Raspberry Pi, it is powered by the similarly popular ESP32. Despite its lower processing power, the ESP32 robot has a ton of features. It streams color video over WiFi, runs on a small LiPo battery and can be controlled accurately from any web browser. With the 4€ Esp32 and a 3€ camera, it’s also really cheap.

- Fully 3D printed chassis,(almost) no glue needed
- Analog controls using a websocket interface
- Low latency streaming (~100ms) at 120x160px
- Custom PCB, no more messy wiring
- Works with any 3.7V LiPo battery
- Micro USB for programming and charging”


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