Mini balancing robot

Mini balancing robot

“This is my version of a small self-balancing robot. A have tried to keep the design as simple and cheap as possible, without compromising performance. The robot uses two NEMA14 stepper motors and the electronics consists of a single Arduino Pro Micro and a MPU-6050 gyro/accelerometer breakout board. Two A4988 stepper drivers are used to drive the motors …

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DIY Multi-Purpose Robot Base and Motor Shield

DIY Multi-Purpose Robot Base and Motor Shield

“Hello everyone, recently I started working on some robotics related projects using Arduino. But I didn’t have a proper base to work on, the end result didn’t look great and only thing I could see is all my components entangled in wires. Trouble shooting any error used to take like forever and wiring things again and again was …

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PIDDYBOT - DIY Arduino Balancing Robot

PIDDYBOT - DIY Arduino Balancing Robot

“The PIDDYBOT is a small Open Source balancing robot with the aim of teaching PID controls using a “hands on” concept. Anyone can play with the PIDDYBOT and start to develop an understanding of what the P, I, and D terms within the PID loop do, even if that person has no concept of the math behind the control itself …

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Face Tracking Arduino Robot

Face Tracking Arduino Robot

“hello guys… our new project on robotics based on arduino … face tracking arduino robot using two servo motors with arduino… , in this project we are going to implement face detection by blending in the power of Arduino and Android. In this project, the mobile camera will move along with your face with the help of servos. The advantage of using …

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PHPoC - Remote control Spider Robot

PHPoC - Remote control Spider Robot

“Let’s make a Web-based remote controller for Spider Robot. This project is similar to this one, but the hardware components are different. Here I use DC Motor Controller expansion board for controlling spider robot. It seems that PES-2404 DC Motor Controller is a useful board to control DC motor.”

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