Category Archives: Arduino Robotics

4duino – Arduino Uno Compatible Products

4duino – Arduino Uno Compatible Products Purchase 4duino here 4tronix have started building a range of Arduino compatible boards with our own brand of magic. All 4 of the current members of this new range are fully compatible with Arduino Uno software, and the 2 larger Uno form factor boards are fully hardware compatible as […]

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T200 Tank Assembly Photos

T200 Tank Assembly Photos          

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Ar2Pi2 – Dual Mode Robot – Arduino vs Raspberry Pi

Ar2Pi2 – The Robot That Can be Arduino or Raspberry Pi (Previously known as BotZero) Click on any photo to enlarge. Ar2Pi2 as an Arduino Uno compatible robot   Ar2Pi2 as a Raspberry Pi robot   Overview Ar2Pi2 is a tiny robot that fits well inside the boundaries of an A6 sheet of paper (148 […]

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Picobot 2

Overview Picobot 2 is an all-new design, but recognisably similar to the original Picobot. Here are some of the key hardware differences: Acrylic case for all models Built-in LIPO battery and smart charger USB interface for programming and charging Supports Bluetooth Smart (Bluetooth Low Energy, BLE) Supports Wifi using ESP8266 (NB. choice of Wifi or […]

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Assembling Picobot2

Assembling Picobot 2 Picobot2 has been designed to be easily assembled by children armed only with a small screwdriver. As long as you are gentle with the acrylic layers there should be no problems in assembly. If you find an acrylic layer is not fitting properly then either you have the wrong layer, or (layer […]

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Initio Chassis Build

Building the Initio Chassis As with all kits of this type, there are a variety of ways to put this together. The following steps assume you will be building one of our Arduino or Raspberry Pi kits. 1 What’s in the Box? The Initio chassis comprises the major parts: Base chassis with fitted motors, gearbox, […]

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Picobot: Low-Cost, Feature-Rich Arduino-Compatible Robot

Picobot – Low-Cost Open-Source Robot for Education and Fun! For little more than the cost of an Arduino Uno, you can buy a compatible product that works directly with the Arduino IDE and has built in motors, sensors and LEDs. You can add to this with plug-in modules for ultrasonic distance measurement and 2.4GHz wireless […]

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First Information for Picobot – Swarm Robots perhaps

Some early Info About the Picobot Robotics Project   I’ve been working on and off for a while on a small robot because: I want to make available a really cheap programmable robot for schools I would like to make one that can communicate with other robots, detect them and interact with them If they […]

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