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3 Posts authored by: carmelito
Here is another version of the Arduino Nano bot that is controlled using an RC controller, basically the pitch and roll on the RC controller is used to move, turn and control the speed of the bot. In the previous version of bot an ultrasonic sensor was used to control the movement of the bot, so that it does not crash into walls, and you can find the info at - Arduino Nano bot - using ultrasonic sensor .   Binding receiver to the transmitter If you bought a transmitter and receiver as o ...
Here is a simple robotics project to undertake with friends or folks at your local maker space. You will need a 3D printer handy to 3D print the STL files attached below, a couple of DC motors with wheels and zip ties to put everything neatly together. And for the electronics, you will need an Arduino Nano, a motor driver , ultrasonic sensor , breadboard and bread boarding wire.  There is enough space between the bottom and top 3D printed part to fit an Raspberry Pi , or Arduino Uno with a ...
NanoRama Enter Your Project for a chance to win a Nano Grand Prize bundle for the most innovative use of Arduino plus a $400 shopping cart! Submit an EntrySubmit an Entry  Back to homepage Project14 Home Monthly Themes Monthly Theme Poll   This blog post will show you how you can use a FLYSKY RC controller with an Arduino. As part of this demo project I am using the RC controller to control a couple of servos, this concept can be used to control animatronic projects which need DC mo ...