“Hello fellow makers and tinkerers, I am back with another simple, easy-to-follow project based on the Raspberry Pi Pico. Using easy-to-find components, we will be making a 2-wheel drive the motor car controlled through a Bluetooth module on an android APP made by MIT app inventor.
The application is straightforward, which allows you to connect to the car through Bluetooth. Once connected, you can use the arrow buttons to control the movement and direction of the car. It comes with a slider to control the speed of the motor.
In this instructable, we will go through everything for you to recreate this project, make something similar, expand on it, and make it more awesome.
For the wood, it might be that you do not have access to a laser cutter, but online services provide laser cutting, or the enclosure can be 3D printed or made out of cardboard. The enclosure is limited to your creativity.
- Raspberry Pi Pico + Header Pins + Cable
- L298N Motor Driver Controller Board
- 2 x 18650 Battery Storage Box Case
- DC Electric Motor with Plastic TT Motor Tire Wheel
- Male-Female , Male-Male jumpers
- Single Wheel Light Duty Swivel Plate
- Nuts and Bolts Assortment Kit
- Electrical Cable Connectors CH2
- 1 * 2m - 20 AWG single core wire
- 3mm Plywood
- Ortur 2 Laser Master
- Soldering Iron, Wire stripper/cutter, Screwdriver, Glue
- 3D printer, tools for cutting cardboard or wood if laser cutter is not used.
The above should be used to guide what will be needed to complete this project or make something similar.”