Make a plant watering robot with Raspberry Pi, Arduino and a moisture sensor. via plantsandrobots
This guide will show you how to make a robot that feeds a plant when it’s soil is dry.
It is aimed at children aged 7 and over, but under 10’s might want to ask an adult to help set up.
You will need…
A Raspberry pi, with ‘Scratch 4 Arduino’ installed
An Arduino with the Scratch4Arduino Arduino sketch installed
An led light
A moisture sensor
A Servo Motor
Some Jumper Leads
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