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September 25, 2015 AT 1:00 am

How to Make a Web Controlled Tank #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi

Awesome instructable from The Screwed Scientists:

The PiTank is a web controller tank built for a competition at my school’s robotics club. The project took about two weeks to complete with all 5 team members participating in various aspects. Its main projectile are ping pong balls (up to 3).The firing mechanism is based on a spud gun. The PiTank is controlled using a web browser and is capable of real-time video streaming. It is powered by a Raspberry Pi and an Arduino, along with a few other components.

Full instructable


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