Take Nvidia's JetBot platform to the next level by expanding the functionality of the Jetbot API by adding new sensors and drivers.
This is an obstacle-avoiding robot that we made using the Arduino microcontroller.
This is a gesture control robot made by us using Arduino. Read the full article for the complete procedure.
Awesome gesture controlled robot tutorial using Arduino and PAJ7620 sensor.
It's an Arduino-based robot which brings food from the kitchen to my room.
This is a startup project for beginners. This is a really easy project that requires fewer parts.
Step aside, an amazing six-wheel off-road robot coming through! Check out this Arduino-based wireless surveillance DIY RC robot.
line following robot setup using an L298N motor driver with an Arduino and two proximity sensor modules.
Really simple robot platform that can find it's own way around obstacles
Line Follower And Obstacle Avoiding Robot using Arduino, IR Sensor and Ultrasonic Sensor
LASER tank controlled by a PS2 wireless controller and you "fire" the LASER turret remotely too.
A simple obstacle avoiding robot with 3D-printed and salvaged parts.
An Arduino car can follow a line.
A finite state machine-powered maze solver that stores a log of steps without any external storage device.
Create a minimal robot setup with L298N motor driver and HC-05 Bluetooth module.
Design a circuit for the paralysed people which will channelize the EOG signals through electrodes to an ADC converter to help in movement.
Spirograph is a geometric drawing toy that produces mathematical roulette curves of the variety technically known as hypotrochoid.
M5Stack robot car which we can control with mpu6050 module through WiFi with NodeMCU
DYI RaspiCar can drive, survey it's surrounding and decide its next path. Best of all, the parts cost only $100.
A project to easier their work or even finish their work
A cool little robot that tries to tries to stand up on two of its wheels. Two Designs, one inspired by Wall E and other by Segway.
Use a couple of packet radio boards to mirror one robot's movements in the other one from up to 500m away.
Made a Self Balancing Robot with 3D Printed parts and MPU6050
Arduino Obstacle Avoiding Robot Car 2WD With AA Battery