Arduino Robot shield

Posted on Wednesday, August 1st, 2012 in Arduino, robotics by DP

This is an Arduino shield intended for robotics prototyping. It features a DC/DC power supply, a sonar obstacle sensor, and a IR remote control receiver.

The idea behind this post is to bring together some robot designs and trasform them in a new device with new hardware and standard software (arduino of course) and so easier use.

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One Response to “Arduino Robot shield”

  1. Wayne Mayer says:

    I am working on just such a project right now! I am enjoying my Arduino Mega 2560. This shield would truly be a God-send!

    Wayne Mayer

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