Remote Controlled Car with Arduino and Android
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Remote Controlled Car with Arduino and Android

Create your own Arduino RC car which is controlled by Android device
5.0 (1 rating)
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Created by Gayrat Rakhimov
Last updated 2/2017
English
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Includes:
  • 31 mins on-demand video
  • 9 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • You can build your own RC car using Arduino and Android
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Requirements
  • You should know basic programming skills
Description

In this course, you can build your own RC car from scratch. Course includes following information:

  • List of hardware that required to build RC car
  • Instruction how to install Arduino IDE
  • Hello World on Arduino: LED blink project
  • Instruction how to construct RC car from different parts
  • Instruction how to move RC car forward, backward, turn to the left and to the right
  • Instruction how to control RC car over bluetooth
  • Android remote controller application + code

This course also includes practical tasks. In the case, you can not complete task, there is ready solution how to solve that task.

Construction schema is also included to make RC car building process easy and clear.

Note that, this course does not show how to develop Android remote controller application. However, code is available on Github, to learn yourself or make changes in code.

Who is the target audience?
  • People who want to build their own RC car
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Curriculum For This Course
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Getting started
8 Lectures 08:48

Information about course: what it covers and what result you get in the end of it

Preview 00:39

Information about Arduino platform, Arduino Uno and other boards, Arduino IDE and programming language

Preview 00:54

Install Arduino IDE on Windows

Preview 00:53

Download CH341SER driver here: http://www.arduined.eu/files/windows8/CH341SER.zip

Preview 01:10




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Building RC car
16 Lectures 22:04
Construct RC car chassis
03:24


Moving forward and backward
02:08

Task: turning to the left and to the right
00:14

Solution: turning to the left and to the right
00:30

Task: turning to the left back and to the right back
00:15

Solution: turning to the left back and to the right back
00:29

Task: stopping
00:15

Solution: stopping
00:27

Connect HC-06 bluetooth module to Arduino Uno
01:19

Connect Android device to HC-06 bluetooth module
02:08

Task: write code for other commands (left, right, left back, right back, stop)
00:16

Solution: write code for other commands(left, right, left back, right back,stop)
00:50

Connect batteries to Arduino Uno
00:23

Android remote controller application
01:10

Bonus: Connect HC-SR04 distance sensor
06:00
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Conclusion
1 Lecture 00:14
Thank you!
00:14
About the Instructor
Gayrat Rakhimov
5.0 Average rating
1 Review
12 Students
1 Course
Android Trainer at Android Club Uzbekistan

For last 4 years, I am developing Android applications. I have participated in different projects from Japanese dictionary to ERM applications.

I teach Android development at Android Club Uzbekistan. I trained more than 20 students and helped them to develop their application.

I worked as lecturer associate at Westminster International University in Tashkent. I taught System Analysis and Design.

Currently, I am blogging and creating Youtube tutorials on Android development.