i want to start changing a simple RC Car to wireless car that controlled by PC?

hey !
i want to start a project of creating a rc car that works with pc, i have a good background of programming, and also i have background of game development and basics of logic 
as im new to these kinda projects, i want to change a car that works with simple rc car remote controller to a car that i can wireless'ly be controlled from a pc on wifi connection :)
so i'll be thankful for any advises and where and how to start doing my project :)

kind regards

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We do have 4 channel USB & RS232 based relay boards that can be very easily controlled by simple software in any language like VB or C#.

If you have RC car that you want to control, just use outputs of relay board to have parallel connections to remote handset. That is all ! You can control your RC car from your PC very easily. You can have them here at http://iknowvations.in/store/u452-usb-relay-board  or at http://iknowvations.in/r242-rs232-relay-board.
rawand (author)  iknowvations5 years ago
thanks for the answer, its amazing to use C#! i was wondering does this chip has more power than the Arduino?
Of course yes. There are thousands of MCU chips more powerful than Arduino out there & everyday more & more adding to this list but people refrain from using them as they are more complex & are having higher learning curve.
rawand (author)  iknowvations5 years ago
amazing! i think i'll try it! but first i'll read some stuffs in their website :)
thanks for advice
Ya ! Do it. You will enjoy the experience !
rawand (author)  iknowvations5 years ago
inshallah i will :)
Sorry for little mistake. The right link for the R242 -RS232 Relay board is
Find a circuit that will allow you to "push the buttons" on the car remote from the PC. An Arduino and its USB interface seems like the way to do it to me .
rawand (author)  steveastrouk5 years ago
thanks man, so i should use Arduino, its a open source circuit right?
is it programmable? and can u give me some more info, i'll be so thankful :)
Try putting "Arduino" into Google.