PiBBOT V2 – Balancing Robot using a Raspberry Pi @Raspberry_Pi #piday #raspberrypi
Mark Williams has shared his PiBBOT V2, a balancing, RPi powered robot:
This is my second successful attempt at a balancing robot using a Raspberry Pi
Mark’s PiBBOT code is available here so you can try it out for yourself!
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