Not sure what sensors to use for your next Arduino project? Then you’ll want to read this article.
Learn how to collect data from analog sensors using Arduino. This guide will show you the process of wiring, programming, and analyzing real-time data from sensors. Read on!
In this article, you’ll learn how to create and manufacture your own custom PCBs (Printed Circuit Boards) from start to finish. Improve your skills with this career-focused step-by-step electrical engineering tutorial.
For this tutorial, I’m going to walk you through the process of fetching data from dweet.io using Python. Fetch Data from dweet.io using Python dweet.io is a website that is similar to twitter but for connected devices. You can access sensor readings through a dweet.io URL in a JSON format. We will use this website […]
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.
In this article, I will show you a quick and easy way to attach a light sensor to your robot to follow or avoid light. But first, how will we detect light? We will be using photoresistors to determine brightness. A photoresistor, or photo cell, is a light detecting resistor (LDR). Photoresistors act just like […]
You just got an Arduino robot, and now you want to add a remote control. In this tutorial, we will show you how to configure the HC-06 Bluetooth module to drive a 2WD Arduino Mobile Robot with your Bluetooth keyboard. This guide assumes you have already assembled, wired, and programmed your robot to move forward, backward, left, […]
This week’s robotics challenge focuses on ultrasonic sensors and will enhance your programming skills by utilizing pre-existing code. The true way to get good at something is to PRACTICE. I designed the robotics challenge to help you practice basic skills in an applied way. Program an Ultrasonic Sensor: Have a Solution? Share Your Work! Use […]