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You probably need to start a bit simpler to start. Make a basic robot first. Use a kit or build one using an Arduino and shields. Then you can add IR functionality but it would be easier to use a ready made remote and receiver combo. Be it an IR or an RC combo. Otherwise you gotta go through a who process of setting up an IR receiver of the right type and push buttons on your remote to capture the IR code being sent so it can be used to control things. Then when all that is work you can worry about what you want the finished project to look like. So start by looking at the various robot projects on the site and figure out where you want to go from there.
eyeRobot - The Robotic White Cane
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Posted:Apr 1, 2015
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