Here is a great project by Zheng Wang, which uses a Raspberry Pi and an Arduino to create a self driving car.
“Objective Modify a RC car to handle three tasks: self-driving on the track, stop sign and traffic light detection, and front collision avoidance.”
Source: Self Driving RC Car – Zheng Wang
This is the first phase on my Balancing Robot project.
Which I think I will call PiBBot. (Pi balancing Bot)
I want to test all the components first before I put them in their final position on the frame for my balancing robot.
- Raspberry Pi rev 2
- Two breadboards
- 1.8″ TFT, connected via SPI
- Three 8×8 led matrix’s connected via I2C
- One MinIMU (Accelerometer, Gyro & Compass) all connected via I2C
- H-Bridge to control the motors
- Temperature sensor connected via I2C
- 315Mhz RF Receiver
- One LED
Click the image below to see the components named on the breadboard;
Continue reading PiBBot – Robotic Project – Phase 1 – Testing Components