This is a great economical autonomous Raspberry Pi robot project, Via custombuildrobots
This post is about my self-driving robot car. The robot uses a Raspberry Pi as control unit and sensors to scan the environment. All the programs developed to steer and control the robot are published here on my website. In the actual phase I am trying to get everything working. So far the robot car could be controlled by a web interface with live video streaming…
I tried to use not too expensive electronic components to ensure that everybody could build this tiny robot. Especially for kids and their pocket money it is important not to use the best and typical very expansive electronic components.
Find a list of all components necessary and full project details here!
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