Nick Grigoryev shares on Thingievrse:
Hello world! 🙂
My name is Nick Grigoryev, I am a professional engineer, and I love to make robots!
I created this constructor kit to let children to learn the Code of Arduino, to prepare the engineers of tomorrow.
They can learn IR distance sensing, LED blinking (to blink the car lights is much more interesting, than one LED), servo control, GPS signal acquiring and processing, LCD screen, piezoelectric buzzers, inertial measurement units, etc.
This is a third version of my “Neurobot 1” (http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1378603) with LCD screen, 3 radars and Arduino Mega, but without Raspberry Pi for easier assembly and programming.
It is a robot, which can run in autonomous mode or to be RC controlled.
It runs Arduino Mega as a “brain” and three IR sensors (distance 10-90 cm) as his “eyes”.
You can run very interesting programs with “Adafruit Ultimate GPS breakout” sensor, RTC (real time clock) etc., installed on the breadboard.
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