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A great introductory project for those diving into the IoT and Arduino platform. Working with motors and an IR sensor helps newbies understand various components and sensors compatible with the Arduino. Using the remote control, you will be able to control the robot’s movement allowing the robot to move in straight lines or turn based on human input.
Created by Divyank Shah, an upcoming Computer Science major at the University of California, Riverside. Divyank Shah is an ambitious individual looking to study further in computer science with a deep interest in microcontroller and microprocessing technologies.

- Arduino Uno
- 400 Point Solderless Breadboard
- Caster Wheel (Universal Wheel)
- 2 x TT Motors (1:48 Gearbox)
- 2 x TT Motor Wheels with Slotted Inserts
- 2 x 2 AA Cell Battery Holder
- 4 x AA 1.5 V Batteries
- L293D Motor Driver
- IR Sensor with Remote
- Assortment of Jumper Cables
- Double Sided 3M Tape
- Soldering Iron with Solder
- Heat Shrink / Electrical Tape
- Screw Driver
- 3D Printer (Ender 3 V2 used)”

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