Hackster.io projects using Texas Instruments parts
Notice: The projects below are hosted by Hackster.io and posted by the Hackster community. By clicking on a project, you will be leaving Texas Instruments’ website.
RoboARM allows a user to move objects using an old analog joystick and record, store, and ultimately repeat routines.
Ultrasonic distance sensors are affordable, accurate, and easy to use. So I integrated these sensors onto the basic RSLK by TI.
ESP32 microprocessor, L293D H-bridge for controlling 4 servos SG90 and 4 motors controlled via a Html webpage using WebSocket.
Learn how to build a wireless controller using Wi-Fi to be used with a robot, miniature vehicle or whatever you dream up!
Obstacle Detection with LIDAR to create and update a map so that an A* algorithm can solve a path for a robot car to follow.
This project can help you measure the speed, distance and angle of the robot.