In this tutorial, we are going to built an advanced line following robot. Why I say advanced? Because normal line follower will only respond with specified/predetermined speed, however with a little trick, we can make the robot changes its speed depending on the line position.
Introduction:Good day,A line-following robot, as its name suggest, is a robot that move by following a line. It is a simple robot that could explain the concept of Autonomous Guided Vehicle (AGV) to newbie robot makers. Cytron offer two types of line sensor to aid makers in the process of building this robot: Auto-Calibrating Line Sensor Advanced Auto-Calibrating Line Sensor…
Hello everyone! In previous tutorial, we have learnt how to use Arduino IDE to create and upload firmware to ESP8266 WiFi module and make it a hello world server. But what if we want it to be more than just a hello world server?
Arduino have offer the new board called Arduino Gemma and it is also available on Arduino IDE 1.6.4 and above. It uses ATtiny85 microcontroller same as Cuteduino, just different in bootloader file. You can refer to Repairing Cuteduino Bootloader tutorial
*BTW, if you are using CT-UNO, please ignore this tutorial. CT-UNO does not have compatibility issue with any version of the Arduino IDE 🙂 * Updated on 16 May 2015, with the Arduino IDE v1.6.4, the message of “Uncertified Manufacturer”