In this tutorial we will learn how to control robot car with using TV or IR remote. Also we will use L298N H-bridge motor drive and Infrared Remote (IR) receiver. IR library and tutorial: Infrared (IR) controls are often used in most electronic devices. The 38 kHz infrared receiver we use in the project demodulates the signal it receives and sends the button code to the Arduino. We can use with this receiver as long as different brand and model remote controls have 38 kHz carrier signal. The receiver has 3 pins. These are GND – VCC – Signal…
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In this tutorial we will learn how to control multiple servo with the Arduino. For this we will use “16 Channel Servo Expansion Board For the Arduino Uno R3”. You can also control 2 DC motors and 1 stepper motor with this motor shield. You can make your robotic arm projects with reference to this tutorial.
In this project tutorial we will learn how to make programmable robotic arm. I used 4 DOF simple robot arm for this project, but you can use any robot arm. For example you can use cardboard, hot glue and micro servos for create simple robot arm. I used 3 pcs micro servos and potentiometer, but you can add more you want. I also used two buttons. One of the buttons is for recording the servo positions, and the other is for restarting recorded servo positions. The code can be changed, if you add more component so make changes it….
In this tutorial we will learn how to programming the TFT LCD Touch Screen. I used 2.8″ TFT Touch Display ILI9325 Module and Arduino Uno for this tutorial. The topics we will view in this tutorial, Required Libraries, Add Text, Text Color, Font Size, Print Text, Create Button, Button Click, Add Frame, Draw Rectangle and Background Color.
In this tutorial we will learn how to use TFT LCD Touch Screen with the Arduino. We will make distance measurement using with ultrasonic sensor. The result from the sensor or the distance is printed on the screen.
In this tutorial we will learn how to use MPU6050 6 Axis Accelerometer + Gyro module and GY 521 breakout boards. Also we will install the necessary libraries to Arduino IDE. And last, we would run the simple simulation with this module using the Processing.
In this tutorial we will learn how to talk with the Arduino Board. For this we will use the Voice Control Module. So, we can use this module to control motors, lights and robots.Also, we will use software for record our voice commands. I used the Access Port Software for send HEX commands from Windows to the USB module. MAC users can use the CoolTerm Software for the record commands.
I this tutorial we will learn how to play audio files with the Arduino. For this we will use speaker. Also we will use SD card module for keep the audio files. After this tutorial you can make mini mp3 player using the Arduino. About the SD Card Module Adapter: The module (MicroSD Card Adapter) is a Micro SD card reader module, and the SPI interface via the file system driver, microcontroller system to complete the MicroSD card read and write files.
In this tutorial we will learn how to control the Arduino via bluetooth using the android application. First, we will make the robot car for control it. And, we will use Bluetooth module (HC05 or HC06) for the communication. And last, we will create the android application for sending commands to the robot car. We will use MIT App Inventor for create the android application. Also, I will use 3D printed chassis for the robot car. But, you can use any chassis. If you want, you can download my 3D model and use it.
In this tutorial we will learn how to build a virtual circuit using Fritzing software. Fritzing is a free tool that allows users to create clean and professional images of electronics projects for teaching or sharing.
In this project we will make a Robotic hand with a $ 5 Plastic Robot Grabbing Hand. As you know, I have a 3D printer and I could make this robotic hand with 3D printer but I shared this video because everyone can make a robot arm. Some friends may not like this video but everyone’s budget is not enough to make a robotic hand with a 3D printer. Thus, everyone can experience the robotic hand. Teachers, students and everyone else can create a low-budget robotic hand.
Many users have had trouble getting the nRF24L01 modules to work. This module is unfortunately not perfect! Interruption of Communicate No communication at all Low range Many times the problem is that the 3.3V Power to the module does not have enough current capability, or current surges cause problems. Solder a 3.3 uF to 10 uF capacitor directly on the module from VCC to Gnd.
In this tutorial we will learn how to use a high-torque stepper motor with the L293D motor drive shield. I used a high torque stepper motor with the L293D motor driver, so the L293D integration overheated. The cause is high current requirement. I modified the L293D Motor driver shield to solve this problem.
In this tutorial we will learn how to turn on / off anything at a specific time. For this we will use DS3231 RTC module and Relay module. Like time switch. Trigger a Relay with DS3231 Real Time Clock.
Building a LED strip light that visualizes all sounds and music, using simple components and some basic arduino programming. Build a simple driver circuit on a breadboard to amplify the Arduino output pins to provide the necessary current to the LEDs, and create your own light show! Also create a 3D case to be safe and portable.
In this project we will make a fun robot. This robot looks like a crab. With a phone application you can control the robot via bluetooth and grab (pick up) anything that is on the ground. In this project you can learn to create an android application and control Arduino via the HC-06 or HC-05 bluetooth module.
In this tutorial we will learn how to display a simple analog clock on the OLED screen. For this tutorial we will use OLED 128×64 I2C SSD1306 display, DS3231 Real Time Clock Module and Arduino Mega. For this tutorial we will use the source code and libraries created by Rinky-Dink Electronics.
In this tutorial we will learn how to make a “line following / follower robot”. We will use 4 channel infrared (IR) sensors for this. And we will use the Arduino board for control. For motors we will use the L298N motor driver.