Arduino IV: DIY Robots
Title: Arduino IV: DIY Robots: 3D Printing, Instrumentation, and Control
Authors: Tyler Kerr, Steven Barrett
Format: pdf (true)
Size: 8.4 Mb
This book is about the Arduino microcontroller and the Arduino concept. This book gives a step-by-step introduction to designing and building your own robots. As with other books in the Arduino series, the book begins with a quick overview of the Arduino Integrated Development Environment (IDE) used to write sketches, and the hardware systems aboard the Arduino UNO R3 and the Mega 2560 Rev 3. The level of the text makes it accessible for students, hobbyist and professionals' first introduction to both Arduino and Robotics.
After a thorough and easy to follow Arduino IDE and hardware introduction, the book launches into “do it yourself” or DIY concepts. A unique feature of the book is to start with a hands-on introduction to low cost 3D printing. These concepts will allow you to design and print your own custom robot parts and chassis. We then explore concepts to sense a robot's environment, move the robot about and provide a portable power source. We conclude with a several DIY robot projects.
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