Available in a multitude of form factors, the Arduino family features various processors, interface ports and pinouts that can make use of expansion boards called Shields. These optional Shields interface with the Arduino pin-headers, providing a multitude of uses, from reading inputs, interfacing with 3D printers, motor control, GPS, Ethernet and more.
Arduino is programmed via an IDE (Integrated Development Environment) is a cross-platform application that runs on PC, MAC OSX and Linux. Its simplicity makes it ideal for newcomers unfamiliar with software development, but it is also a useful tool for Makers and professional design engineers developing applications.
Arduino Robot Videos
Arduino Robot Video 4. Following lines, going to the rescueArduino Robot Video 4. Following a line is one of the most used techniques in Robotics to help Robots get an orientation indoors.
Arduino Robot Video 2. LOGO and Remote control your RobotArduino Robot Video 2. LOGO and Remote control your Robot. In this video you will see where to find code examples on the IDE.
Arduino Robot Video 1. Hello User! - An Introduction to Arduino RobotArduino Robot - Video 1. this video, you will see how to unbox the Arduino Robot and mount it as well as an example on how to use the Arduino IDE to program the Robot.
Arduino Robot Video 3. Avoid obstacles, create strategiesArduino Robot - Video 3. In this video the Arduino team will explore how to use different technologies to detect obstacles in the way of the Arduino Robot.
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