Inside an Autonomous Self Balancing Robot (Re-published #35)

n this first episode I show how I build my self-balancing robot based on an Arduino pro mini compatible MultiWii board. It consists of 3D printed parts and uses stepper motors. In the next episodes, I will continue and extend it with a remote control based on NRF24L01 chips and ultrasonic sensors to enable autonomous driving.
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2 thoughts on “Inside an Autonomous Self Balancing Robot (Re-published #35)

  • July 18, 2021 at 7:15 am

    I have the feeling a certain YT maker wants me to force into buying more boxes for "not finished yet" projects … Andreas, maybe it would be nice to make kind of reviews of these older videos, kind of "what I would do different today".


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