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I am a programming teacher from New Zealand, and I choose suitable programming robots for our school's programming classes. I bought 5 different brands Arduino robots, after testing them for half a month, this Omniduino car is the most satisfying.
It has a cute and simple shape, the wiring of the motor can be hidden, and it looks neat and beautiful. The small green mecanum wheel can move 360°, and the car can move to anywhere.
The Wifi camera will automatically generate a wireless network for real-time transmission of video images. (Although the video is not very high-definition, but the definition is enough for us)
Next week, my team will purchase 10 sets for the programming class from here.
Came as advertised
Came as described. Customer service response was quick when i had a question. Will definitely order from this company again.
It's a great smart car that you'll find in plenty of "Top Arduino Smart Cars" lists. Assembly was about an hour and a half for me; all the tools you'll need are included, along with instructions and pre-made programs on the CD it comes with. Make sure to tighten everything as much as you can while building, as it can be very awkward to later on when all of the screws start coming loose. In terms of coding, be careful when using the delay() function as a means of timing movement, because the charge level of the batteries affects the voltage to the servos, and will mess up your timings when the batteries get low/are recharged. Otherwise, a great product overall. Oh yeah, and the customer support was really excellent.
It will be used for my robotic arm project
I purchased 5 bus servos for my robotic arm experiment.
I took apart one of the steering gears. As the advertisement showed, the internal gears are all metal, which looks very sturdy and durable. The torque of the steering gear is large enough for my next robotic arm project. I plan to buy two more servos and Yahboom's driver board to make an extended version of the robotic arm.
Hope my project goes well, I will share some videos on may Facebook page and Youtbe channels.
Great price and excellent functionality. I took one of these and added an ATTiny 85 and a little LASER module, mixed in some programming, and built a garage parking assist that mounts to the garage door opener. When it senses the top of the car, it turns on the LASER which shines on the wall in front of the car, letting you know that you're in the garage far enough.
The reason I bought it was to remotely control my Arduino smart car. During the transportation, the handle was wrapped in a foam pack and did not receive any damage, which made me have to give Yahboom a 5 star service.
The handle uses SPI communication, which is stable and fast. Yahboom also provides some participating programs. I modified these programs to make the remote control effect better.
In short, I am satisfied with this handle kit.
The handle design is very simple, there is a Micro:bit socket on the board, you can directly insert the Micro:bit into the handle.
There are four buttons, a joystick module, and a vibration motor on board. Combined with the wireless function of the Micro:bit motherboard, the car can be controlled remotely.
Yahboom also designed some game functions, you can complete some interesting games with friends.
This is a great beginner level STEM robotics kit if you are interested in programming with a standard language like Python instead of proprietary block-based languages that many other kits use.
For me, the best part was that most of the GPIO ports of the Pi were open, so its easy to add more capabilities to the robot. I enjoyed this so much, I even used it as an assignment in a course I teach.
At this price range I think this is a wonderful little robot.
One reason for buying this sensor kit is its color. Blue and white (my favorite color). The kit contains 10 electronic sensor modules, each module has its own packaging box, cable and building block parts. There are also two building block servos that can rotate 360°. It seems that each shape cannot be separated from these two servos. And two packs of building block parts. I did not count the total number. It seems that there are about 200 to 300 building block parts.
My 8-year-old daughter has built an escape box and wrote a program to make the "running box". She said:" it was really funny. But USB cable line looks like an infinite tail". Lol
The box of this kit is very strong and can be used to store some gadgets, such as wheels and other accessories.
I bought this kit on the 21st (a 10% discount), and I received the package today in USA. Such fast transportation surprised me!
This kit is very good for beginners. I am teaching my 8 years son and his friend to learn MakeCode programming and build building blocks. You will find all the tutorials online.
Kids love it. I will share more video and pictures to my Facebook page.
Thanks for Yahboom for designing such an excellent product.
Excellent little kit, a great start to learning to interact with real world sensors and code. A fantastic addition to the micro:bit and highly recommended. The tutorials are nice and easy to follow.
The kit comes in a sturdy box with everything in its own compartment. Everything is included except the BBC Micro itself (must be bought separately). All of the instructions are included in .pdf format on the included disc. Using the easy to follow instructions you are away right from the start. Just make sure that you select the correct module for each project.
When completed each project will have been assembled using block coding. If you wish to learn the meaning behind each block it is just a click away. This will present you with the lines of code used. Using both methods together provides a good basic step in learning coding and may encourage the user to experiment in writing their own project.
Each project comes with commercial examples of its usage. Be prepared to make a project, think 'I could use that for ...', and then go out and buy more BBC Micro's to use in your project whilst allowing you to continue to experiment with your original one.
A good kit which encouraged me to go out and buy 'A Dummies Guide to Coding'. The two work very well together using either block coding or lines of code.
Todo bien, perfecta para tener todos los pines de la BBc micro disponible en una forma muy accesible.
Buen producto. Muy interesante que tenga la opción de alimentar a 5 v.