RobotShop microcontroller Instructables contest

Posted on Thursday, June 9th, 2011 in robotics by the machinegeek

RobotShop has announced a contest for creative microcontroller projects posted on Instructables.

To enter the contest you simply have to create a new photo, video, or step by step Instructable which incorporates a microcontroller and share your code. Whether your project is simple or complex, a video demonstrating it in action is a big plus!

RobotShop is giving a bonus to everyone who enters in the form of a discount code for 50% off a DFRobotShop Rover from RobotShop!

Deadline for submissions is July 3, 2011, and you can check out the details on contest rules and prizes here.

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