Ready to make your robot react to its environment using sensors? This week, we are focusing on Infrared Sensors to solve a common challenge in robotics: line following and avoiding. Now is a good time to make sure your robot can move. If you haven’t completed lesson #3, I recommend checking that out first before proceeding […]
Some things are worth splashing out on…
Time to invest in the surprisingly versatile spring pick.
From a dinner date to a client meeting (and a plane ride).
Are you a teacher or organization looking to implement a STEM or robotics program? Are you also on a tight budget? STEM doesn’t have to break the bank. In this article, I’m going to share with you 4 Elementary STEM Kits Under $40 Worth Buying. Try these kits in your next class, summer camp, or STEM day! Read More…
Should you become a Robotics Engineer? Find out my thoughts in this article.
Hello LR Nation! I’m back with Week 3 of the Beginner Bots Tutorial Series. Who’s loving this Robotics tutorial series? If that’s you, go ahead share it (link to Facebook) with your friends! We also have a full Robotics eCourse that dives more into analysis, interactive projects, and includes a completion certificate! Check that out here, […]
Welcome back to Beginner Bots Tutorial #2. This week, we are focusing on assembly, wiring, and learning about sensors. If you haven’t read Part 1 of How to Build a Mobile Robot using Arduino, I recommend checking that lesson out before starting this one! Completely new to the world of robotics? Then, you’ll want to check […]
Welcome everyone to this week’s article on the Learn Robotics blog! I’m going to be starting something completely new called the “Beginner Bots” tutorial series. In this series, I’m going to show you how to create an Arduino-based mobile robot start to finish. These weekly lessons are designed to walk you through the steps to […]
Want to dabble in the world of home automation? In this article, I will show you 3 projects using relays & Arduino for Home Automation.
I’m switching gears into an Educational Article for this week! If you haven’t already subscribed to the weekly blog updates, go ahead and drop your email below! Every Wednesday at 11 AM EST, I’ll send you the current week’s blog article, tech news, and any updates to Learn Robotics (events, products, courses, etc). So, if […]
Do you have a 3D printer kit? Maybe the popular Anet A8 like me? Then you might have run into the infamous leaking nozzle problem. I decided to write this article because of the leaking nozzle problem I was facing with my Anet A8 wasn’t properly documented online. I either couldn’t find an appropriate solution […]
Welcome back, Learn Robotics family! This week’s article is about circuits and electronics lessons for grades K-4. A lot of what I do is work with schools to create robotics, electronics, & STEM programs for K-12 education. One of the most common problems I see is a lack of electronics or circuitry classes. I think […]
The Robot Maze Challenge a classic lesson that I like to teach at demos, showcases, short presentations, and guest lectures. With minimal equipment, you can teach students the fundamentals of flowchart programming, logical thinking, process flow, and introductory programming all in one simple activity. Why this STEM Challenge is My Favorite The reason why I […]
Hello and welcome back to this week’s Learn Robotics tutorial! I’m going to preface this article by saying, man, did I dig myself into a bit of a hole with this one! For those of you on Instagram, I posted a video saying I was going to build and program a Wifi-connected robot using a […]