With merely $60 worth of hardware and 10 cables of system, you and your minor can build a simple wheeled droid that can drive around your room. It is likely to be be your youngling’s first step toward starting their own DIYrobotics path on YouTube.
1. Get the Parts
The heart of your projection will be a Raspberry Pi, a pocket-size computer that’s favourite among hobbyists. Any form of the Pi will do. You’ll too need these parts, which you can find at an electronics shop or online 😛 TAGEND
MicroSD card: You’ll quantity this up with the bot’s software. Two 5-volt DC motors Two wheels with grippy rubber tires: These will snarl onto the motor shafts. L2 93 D motor controller Six AA artilleries in a holder: To strength the motors. Small breadboard: A machine used to build a simple circuit , no soldering required. 5-volt USB mobile phone battery pack: To supremacy the Pi. Jumper wires: To connect everything. Chassis: Anything flat and about 6 inches square: Legos, laser-cut plastic, cardboard. You can also included two “feet” to stabilize your droid. Sticky Tack adhesive