The TinkerKit Braccio is a fully operational robotic arm that can be controlled by Arduino micro-controller. Braccio robotic arm can be assembled in several ways for multiple tasks. Braccio can also support various objects on the end effector which makes it versatile in its functions.
In this project, we will create an Arduino based voice-activation system to our robotic arm, Braccio. We will use the ELECHOUSE Voice Recognition Module to record 7 voice commands and then we will use these voice commands to tell Braccio Robotic Arm to perform few tasks.
In this project, we will use the Elegoo Smart Robot Car. The Smart Car has features like Ultrasonic sensor for collision avoidance, Optical sensors for line following navigation, Bluetooth connection for Smart phone remote control operation, and an Infrared Remote Control.
In this project, we will design and construct a Short Range Radar that will measure the distance from the front of the MaxSonar ultrasonic sensor to nearby objects. For this project, we need Ultrasonic sensor, Servo motor, Arduino UNO, and jumper wires.
In this project, we will design and build a Breadboard Power Supply that will power a breadboard to either 3.3Volts or 5Volts. The BreadBoard Power Supply (BBPS) can take 6 to 30VDC power from a DC wall wart and outputs regulated 5V or 3.3V.
The goal of this project is to design, build, and simulate a Dual-Polarity-Variable Linear Power Supply with an external 5-Volt USB port, fixed ±12V, and a variable 1.25V to 10V output at a maximum current of 1A.The circuit board is designed in Eagle CAD software.
In this project, we will design, build, and analyze a boost converter circuit that will boost a 12V input into a variable 12V to 24V output. We will use the MAX1771 step-up switching controller IC as a gate driver and controller for the boost converter.
In this tutorial, we will use FPGA board and VHDL programming language.We will design a 2-to-4 and a 3-to-8 Decoders and a Universal Shift Register by utilizing the Xilinx ISE CAD tool and Basys 2 FPGA board.
In this tutorial, we will design a Binary Counter and we will modify the circuit to a Modulo 6 counter. We will use the 74LS193 Synchronous 4-Bit Binary Counter along with and a 555 timer and 7-segment decoder.
CAD is a computer-aided design and drafting tool that is used in an engineering fields. It helps engineers to explore design ideas, visualize concepts, and simulate how a design will perform in the real world.