In this lesson we show how to use the IR remote in the Elegoo Smart Car to send signals to the robot. The IR remote sends IR signals to the IR detector on the Electronic Shield sitting on top of the Smart Car. In this lesson we show how to install the IR library, and how to write code to send and detect IR signals. The code we develop in today’s lesson is included below for your convenience.
In this lesson we show how to program the Elegoo Smart car to operate with user defined speed and distance. This allows programming by simply stacking simple pre-defined functions. If you want to play along at home, you can get the hardware I am using in this series HERE.
It is time for you to begin to put all the things you have learned about the arduino together into a practical application. In this series of lessons we will show how to apply what you learned in our most excellent arduino lessons to use. We will be building and programming the Elegoo Smart Car. If you home gamers want to play along, you can grab your gear HERE.
In this lesson we complete the mechanical build of the Elegoo Smart Car Version 3.0. We build the lower deck, and then complete the assembly with the upper deck. We confirm electrical functionality by showing the motors operating. If you want to play along at home, grab your gear HERE.
In this video lesson we take you through assembly of the lower deck of the Elegoo Smart Car Version 3.0. We show the complete build of the lower deck. If you want to play along at home, you can grab your gear HERE.
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