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October 30, 2015 AT 2:00 am

Building a WIFI remote controlled robot with raspberry pi, arduino and nodejs @Raspberry_Pi #piday #raspberrypi

Robot raspberry pi node js

Thanks to Nicolas for sending in the great write-up for his pi project. The page is published in French so, unless you speak la langue, don’t forget to use the Google Translate option, which automatically prompts you when using Google Chrome.

Nicolas writes in:

Here is the documentation about building a WIFI remote
controlled robot with raspberry pi, arduino and nodejs. In this doc you’ll
learn how to setup a raspberry pi to run the last nodejs release, how to
drive the rpi camera and broadcast mjpg through nodejs, how to talk I2C with
arduino. Steps are fully detailed, with sample code.

From the site:

How to use the language on a RaspberryPi NodeJS card as part of the manufacture of a robot connected? This note is a summary of the presentation given by Nicolas Giraud 20 October 2015 as part of the events of Amiénoise Tech.

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1 Comment

  1. The French to English translation works surprisingly well 🙂

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