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By & filed under Arduino Tutorials, Reviews, Robotics Projects & Kits, Tutorials.

Arduino is a 15-year-old brand and I believe that nowadays everyone with even a minor interest in technology may be owning one of these microcontroller boards. But how many of you are actually using it or have ever made a useful project with it? Sometimes the Arduino is abandoned on […]

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The Lynxmotion Quadrino Nano Flight Controller (with GPS) was originally designed as a flight controller for drones but, it also has awesome applications for robotic rovers too. Composed of an ATmega2560 (Arduino Mega Chipset), a collection of sensors, GPS and a host of I/O options it is an ideal “sensor ball” for navigation, positioning and more.

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Quadrino Tutorials - Raw Sensor Values

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Tools for the DIY enthusiast have evolved quite a lot over the past century, evolving from a simple set of hand tools to the sophisticated 3D printers seen today. If we look back just a few years, the MakerBot Thing-O-Matic was quite revolutionary in the industry, though still quite hard to use. MakerBot has since releases a lot of new (and better) 3D printers, but other companies have been growing and releasing their own 3D printer products which bring additional features and improvements to the market.

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Tinkerers, hackers, roboticists, and  geeks of the world rejoice! RobotShop is partnering with Instructables to bring you an awesome contest. Instructa…what? Instructables! For those of you living under a rock, Instructables is a great website where users can post step by step instructions for making almost anything. If you are unfamiliar with it, the […]

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RobotShop Instructables Microcontroller Contest