Bluetooth RC Car

About: ..my name is firazahmed and i am from Karnataka India i completed Information Technology

This is a simple project of Android Bluetooth Car with Bluetooth control. Arduino controller is used To control the car using Android-device.

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Step 1: Material List

1. Arduino
2. L2934 Motor Driver
3. Bluetooth module
4. Dc Gear motors
5. 5 volt battery For Arduino
6.12 volt battery For Motors

Step 2: Schematic

Circuit Diagram Of Bluetooth Robot

Step 3: Softwere

I Designed My App Also You can Download It And Install.

First pair with your Bluetooth module by following This Steps

Go to settings >Bluetooth >There You will find your Bluetooth device select it By default password is 1234 once it's pair successfully .Open The app go to select device and select your Bluetooth Module

Step 4: Codes

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Remember "Before Uploading The Program Disconnect TX, RX Pins Of Arduino"

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    vjain8

    5 years ago

    Thnz man

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    abencomo

    5 years ago on Introduction

    Nice work! We built a similar project. However, we installed an Android device onto a RC car and used an IOIO board instead to control it autonomously. Here is the preliminary result:

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    firazpeerjadeabencomo

    Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

    nice work guys can u tell me how u do that object tracker send me details on

    firazpeerjade@gmail.com

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    abencomofirazpeerjade

    Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

    You can find all the details here:

    http://www.socsci.uci.edu/~jkrichma/ABR/index.html#SOURCE%20FILES

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    abencomofirazpeerjade

    Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

    Thanks for your comment. We used OpenCV for Android to track the color of the object. More details here:

    http://www.socsci.uci.edu/~jkrichma/ABR/index.html#SOURCE%20FILES