MPU-6050

The MPU 6050 is a 6 DOF (degrees of freedom) or a six-axis IMU sensor, which means that it gives six values as output: three values from the accelerometer and three from the gyroscope. The MPU 6050 is a sensor based on MEMS (micro electro mechanical systems) technology.

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Gesture Controlled Robot Using Arduino

“Robots are used in many sectors like construction, military, manufacturing, assembling, etc. Robots can be autonomous or semi-autonomous. Autonomous robots do not require any human intervention and can act on their own according to the situation. Semi-autonomous robots work according …

3D Printed Arduino Powered Quadruped Robot

“From the previous Instructables, you can probably see that I have a deep interest for robotic projects. After the previous Instructable where I built a robotic biped, I decided to try and make a quadruped robot that could imitate animals …

Simple 2-axis Servo Robotic Arm controlled by MPU-6050

“An easy and interesting project in which you use a MPU6050 (Accelerometer + Gyro) sensor module to control a simple 2-axis Servo Robotic Arm What is an MPU-6050 sensor module? The InvenSense MPU-6050 is a low-cost, highly accurate inertial …

Digital Level With Cross-Line Laser

“Hi everyone, today I’m going to show you how to make a digital level with optional integrated cross-line laser. About a year ago I created a digital multi-tool. While that tool does feature a lot of different modes, for …

MutantC V3 - Modular and Powerful HandHeld PC

“A Raspberry-pi handheld platform with a physical keyboard, Display and Expansion header for custom boards (Like Arduino Shield). mutantC_V3 is successor of mutantC_V1 and V2. Check out mutantC_V1 and mutantC_V2. https://mutantc.gitlab.io/ https://gitlab.com/mutantC https://www …

The Ultimate Beer Pong Machine - PongMate CyberCannon Mark III

“Introduction The PongMate CyberCannon Mark III is the newest and most advanced piece of beer pong technology to ever be sold to the public. With the new CyberCannon, any person can become the most feared player at the beer pong …

Digital Multi-Tool

“Hi everyone. If you’re like me you, probably have a bunch of spare sensors lying around either from incomplete projects, or that you bought on a whim for some reason or another. I was inspired by Patrick Panikulam’s …

“Space Impact” Game With Gyro Sensor and Nokia 5110 LCD

“After my Tamagotchi died (last project), I started searching for a new way to waste my time. I decided to program the classic game Space Impact on the Arduino. To make the game a bit more interesting and fun, I …

Arduino Controlled Robotic Biped

“I have always been intrigued by robots, especially the kind that attempts to mimic human actions. This interest led me to try to design and develop a robotic biped that could imitate human walking and running. In this Instructable, I …

Diy Vr Headset For $80

“My initial goal was to do this for under $150(USD), however after shopping around and changing some parts out for alternatives I managed to get this down to around $80. So let us get started. The parts required are …