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Robofish: create your robot fish with Arduino

Posted on Thursday, February 28th, 2013 in Arduino, robotics by DP

Boris Landoni from Open Electronics documented his Robofish build:

We introduce you a robot fish that is able to swim and recognize tank edges and obstacles. We’ll find out how we can easily create it with common insulating material and a few servo motor controlled by Arduino.

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2 Responses to “Robofish: create your robot fish with Arduino”

  1. Jyothi says:

    We are also interested in making such project,can you please give more information of the body material of the fish.

  2. ummi amirah says:

    i was very interested to make such project, can u give me more information about material of the body, motor that can controlled by arduino

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