This Wi-Fi enabled robotic development platform is powered by the Arduino platform. Equipped with an Arduino Mega 2560 R3 it allows for quick and easy changes to the firmware and to provide the most flexible platform possible. The robot can be controlled wirelessly over its own WiFi router.
If you are looking for a way to control an Arduino based devices, this instruction will show you how to do it by building simple robot. The IoBot can be controlled by mobile and computer application via LAN or USB Cable.
In 2010, Craig Ferguson asked author(Geoff Peterson) to design and build a “robot skeleton sidekick” . So, he made below robot using W5100. He used a standard plastic biology classroom skeleton, but replaced the torso with an aluminum plate where he mounted the servos and other electronics.
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This project is also a great beginner project for someone who has made a few simple things and is looking to get slightly deeper into the world of microcontrollers.