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Robotics for Beginners-Build Time Control Robot from scratch

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** Last updated on 12 November 2016 **


Learn the basic concepts, constructions and programming required to build a fully function Time Control Robot from Scratch. You will need the simplest but the most powerful and advanced Micro-Controller board called the Arduino UNO for building your Robot.

The power of Robotics 

Robotics is fundamentally a branch of technology that deals with the design, construction, operation, and application of robots. It is powerful tool to understand the basic concepts of Computer Science, Mechanical engineering, and Electronics engineering. We will use a simplified version of C++ language for programming our Robot using the Arduino IDE.

Course Content and Overview

This course is designed for anyone interested in learning the basics of Robot design and programming. No coding experience is required; all you need is an Arduino, some low cost hardware and electronics component for building the Robot

In this course I will first explain you the basics of Arduino, which is one of the most powerful development boards to get started in electronics. I will explain you in details the installation and setup process for Arduino.

Construction of Robot 

After setting up the Arduino we will  look at the components required for construction of Robot like the Chassis, DC Motors, and Motor Drivers. I have use White Board animation to explain you in-depth the working of

  • Arduno UNO
  • DC Motors
  • H- Bridge circuit.
  • L293D IC
  • Motor Drivers
  • Connection of Arduino to Motor Driver


Programming the Robot

After construction of Robot, we will write the programs for moving the Robot in multiple directions.

We will first write the arduino program to move the Robot in Forward and Backward directions.

Next I will explain you the different types of turns that the Robot can take

  1. AXIAL TURN
  2. RADIAL TURN

We will further write programs for taking Axial Left Turn, Axial Right Turn, Radial Left Turn and Radial Right turn. At last I will show how you can stop the Robot Permanently.