How to Power Your Arduino Mobile Robot

How to Power Your Arduino Mobile Robot

We’ve all gone through it. We’ve built an awesome robot with all sorts of features, but now the time has come to detach it from our computers and run some tests. You think you’re all set, ready to go, but then you realize, wait… what about...
Arduino LCD using Sensor Shield v5

Arduino LCD using Sensor Shield v5

Welcome back to another LR tutorial! In this article, I will show you how to configure your Arduino LCD using Sensor Shield V5. Set aside 30-45 minutes, and you’ll be well on your way to displaying data from your Arduino or Sensors. In my Youth Robotics classes,...
Hack your Hexbug with Arduino Control

Hack your Hexbug with Arduino Control

Hack your VEX Pick & Drop with Arduino Control I had this really cool idea to make the VEX Pick & Drop kit “automated” by incorporating a motor on the crank shaft. Rather than manually control the arm movements, we’ll program an Arduino Nano...
Code & Coffee: A Recap from 9/24/17

Code & Coffee: A Recap from 9/24/17

On September 24th, we launched a NEW class called Code & Coffee. Our small, individualized class was a bunch of fun! Thanks to our kind hosts at Fountain City Coffee in Columbus, GA! The coffee was fantastic, and the coding class was a huge success! In case you...
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