Arduino

How to integrate Scratch, Arduino and Bluetooth.

Source: www.instructables.com

Mobile Robotics With Scratch

S4A

S4A – Scratch for Arduino is a Scratch modification that brings the easiness of programming with Scratch to the Arduino prototyping board.

Source: s4a.cat/

S4A

Circuito.io’s online circuit builder gives you wiring, code and IoT solutions.

Source: www.circuito.io

Circuito.io

The Smartcar, is a vehicular educational platform, which enables the user to develop various robotic applications in an affordable, pedagogic and easy way. It is intended for persons with basic programming knowledge and little to no experience of electronics, mechanics or robotics.

Source: https://platis.solutions

Getting Started with the Smartcar Platform

Ardublock | A Graphical Programming Language for Arduino

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A graphical programming language for Arduino.

Source: blog.ardublock.com/

Ardublock | A Graphical Programming Language for Arduino

BCN3D MOVEO – A fully Open Source 3D printed robot arm – BCN3D Technologies

BCN3D Moveo, a Do It Yourself robotic arm with a structure fully manufactured using 3D printing technologies and controlled by an Arduino.

Source: www.bcn3dtechnologies.com/en/bcn3d-moveo-the-future-of-learning/

BCN3D MOVEO – A fully Open Source 3D printed robot arm

A suitable project for beginner, learn how to build an obstacle avoidance robot within 2 hours. No Arduino Language required.

Source: create.arduino.cc/projecthub/

Graphical Programming Obstacle Avoidance Robot

In this low-cost project, you can learn fun stuff like laser cutting, coding, mechanics, trigonometry. No Arduino codes required.

Source: create.arduino.cc/projecthub/

Graphical Programming Drawing Robot On The Wall

A sonar system by using graphical programming software Kittenblock, developed based on Scratch3.0

Source: create.arduino.cc/projecthub/

Graphical Programming Sonar Project

SonicDisc is designed to transmit the calculated distances to another unit, e.g. a microcontroller or a Raspberry Pi. It “talks” over the widely-adopted I2C bus. The communication protocol is outlined in the project’s README and in code comments. Briefly, SonicDisc, which joins the I2C bus as a slave, can receive the operational mode it should be in. Moreover, it will transmit, upon request, a 9 byte “packet” containing an error code and the measurements from each sensor. Furthermore, it will send a very short pulse (~3μsec long) over the “INT” pin to indicate a new set of data being ready for transmission. This saves the master device the trouble of continuously polling SonicDisc for new data.

Source: platis.solutions/blog/2017/08/27/sonicdisc-360-ultrasonic-scanner/

SonicDisc: A 360° ultrasonic scanner