Control a robot car with your Android and Arduino. via instructables
This is a simple arduino car/robot, controlled by an android app created using MIT app inventor (open source app).IF YOU ARE A BEGINNER IN THIS FIELD DON’T WORRY I HAVE PROVIDED EVERY SINGLE DETAIL IN MY PROJECT,SO IT WILL BE A DETAILED INSTRUCTABLES. In this project I am using a Bluetooth module to communicate between my arduino and my android smartphone. I have also added a 16 X 2 LCD on my project so that you can type a text on your smartphone and it will appear and even scroll on the LCD (this feature is what my project is different from other RC projects). There is also a temperature and humidity sensor on board my car and on a press of a button, it can show temp and humidity of a place remotely on your smartphone screen.
In the video the cord attached to the robot is only for providing power to the motor shield and arduino Uno.
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