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This is, as the title says, an Arduino-based robotics platform, with its own library. The "standard" model comes with two back motors, two omni-wheels...
1 Arduino Uno http://www.sparkfun.com/products/11021 1 Breadboard http://www.sparkfun.com/products/9567 1 Arduino and breadboard holder http://www.spa...
Here some things you need to do before you begin: Cut wood to correct size Make Omni-wheels (instructions came with them) Attach wheels to motors Inse...
Position both of them 0.5" from the front, and 0.5" from either side. Mark holes for mounting, then drill them. Use your #4 x 3/4" wood screws to moun...
This step is fairly easy. All you do is insert the motors into the mounting brackets, and super glue the brackets onto the corners. You may want to ha...
You should begin by centering the Arduino and breadboard holder on the chassis. Remember that the breadboard should be in the front. Next, mark holes ...
This should be fairly straightforward. Just mark holes, and drill. You should be using the mounting holes on either side of the sensor. It doesn't nee...
You should know how to do this, just line it up and stack it onto your Arduino.
Just solder some wires to you motors. Make sure to remember which are positive, and which are negative.
This is much more complicated than you would imagine. Wire positive on the right motor to the negative terminal for motor A. Wire negative on the rig...
Connect 5v to the positive column thingy in the breadboard. Connect GND to the negative thingy. Connect the yellow sensor thing to analog pin 2.
Just super glue a 9v battery to the back of your Carduino. Then, attach the positive and negative wires (either soldered or with battery clip) to the ...
You have finished building the "standard" model of the Carduino. The great thing about the Carduino is any Carduino can run any Carduino code. All of ...
To install the library: Download Carduino.zip at the bottom of the step. Find /arduino-1.0/libraries. Extract the library to that location. Now, to us...
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