The Drone Pi

NOTE: THIS INSTRUCTABLE IS BEING WRITTEN This project is a quadcopter powered by a Multiwii and controlled with a Raspberry Pi 2 B. This quadcopter has a particularity because he's using 2 differents controller and he could be pilot with 2 differents devices : a remote control or a smartphone. The Multiwii controller look after the 4 motors and distribute the power to supply them whereas the Raspberry Pi co ...

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Toy Truck Powered by Raspberry Pi

Here is a great way to impress your fiends when your out an' about at the park, by modifying a broken toy Truck/Car with a Raspberry Pi and Adafruit's DC & Stepper Motor Pi HAT , to existing electronics . And for the controller to run the car/truck, you basically have two options to choose from, as shown in the pictures and video above - #1 KeyBoard Controller - if you like playing computer games using ...

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DIY cheap glove controller and propeller car

HI there, In this instructable I'll show you how to make the cheapest glove for controlling your robots or any other Arduino or raspberry pi based projects and for demonstration example I'll also include how a little tutorial how I made car controlled by this glove. This whole glove is pure improvisation with main goal to make it work, so don't pay attention to aesthetics, the same applies to the car too. T ...

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Build your Internet Controlled Video-Streaming Robot with Arduino and Raspberry Pi

<The Instructable and the code are ready. Enjoy! Leave a comment with you feedback!> I'm @RedPhantom (aka LiquidCrystalDisplay / Itay), a 14 years old student from Israel learning in the Max Shein Junior High School for Advanced Science and Mathematics. I'm making this project for everyone to learn from and share! You may have thought to yourself: hmm... I'm a geek... And my children want me to make a ...

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Rolling Alarm Robot

Ever find yourself turning off your alarm clock without realizing it only to wake up an hour later and have to race out the door? In this build we are going to build a robot alarm clock that makes you work to turn it off! Not only that, but the robot will be able to sync to your Google Calender allowing for the alarm time to be adjusted using almost any device. Step 1: Introduction Today almost everyone use ...

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Reuse Unwanted Infrared Remote Control to Shutdown and Reboot Raspberry Pi

Introduction This remote control in the picture used to control a fan until the fan stopped working. I threw away the fan and saved the remote control unit. This is definitely my personal favourite instructable because it is is useful for lazy people like me. Too lazy to use click on menu, buttons, keyboards and mouse. Scope This instructable will show how to install and configure a LIRC client program, ire ...

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Raspberry Pi Webcam Robot – Best Video Streaming Tutorial

It is always cool to add a camera to your remote controlled car or robot, so that you can see where its heading exactly and probably use a wifi enabled smartphone or tablet to view the video as well.Its very simple now to do this using a raspberry pi and a USB webcam.Real time streaming can be done with minimum delay too. Here, steps are given on how to view the feed from your webcam on the monitor connecte ...

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RaspiRobot Board V2

** Works with the Raspberry Pi2 ** The RasPiRobot Board V2 is an expansion board designed to turn your Raspberry Pi into a robot controller! This board comes fully assembled and includes a switched-mode power supply so you can supply your Raspberry Pi from a variety of battery packs. The board fits right on top of your Pi’s GPIO socket and allows for bi-directional control of both motors with an L293D H-Bri ...

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Build Raspberry Pi robots: Best Tutorial for beginners

If you are a beginner to Raspberry Pi and were looking for a simple hardware project, then look no further. This tutorial will show you to develop a python based robot which avoids obstacles and navigates freely. Obstacle avoiding robots are fairly common and easy to make. Here, you can use this project to add object avoidance functionality to your robot. Or simply use it to start messing around with python ...

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Building a segway with Raspberry Pi

Step 1: Materials Raspberry Pi, AC-to-DC 5V power adapter, plastic enclosure I am using Raspberry Pi 2, with Raspbian installed. Cost $45.0 USB WiFi adaptor, I’m using Edimax Wifi adaptor. Cost $10.0 DC motors x2, wheels x2, car frame, acrylic sheet x2, motor bracket x2, brass stud x8, shaft coupling x2, screw xn, I purchased them from Here The gear ratio of the motors I got is 1:34. I think the one of 1:21 ...

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