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After comparing many shops, I finally chose Yahboom's expansion board, not only because of the good quality, but also the detailed tutorial, I plan to use it to build my own DIY car.
I compared many stores before buying, and finally chose to buy Yahboom balance car. Facts have proved that my choice is correct.
I received the goods on last week and started using it yesterday.
I have the following points to share with friends who are planning to buy a balance scooter.
1. The packaging of this balance scooter is very firm, and there is no damage during transportation.
2. APP remote control is very choice, can display the current PID waveform. When the remote control car is very sensitive and stable.
3. The technical support service is very good, it is the most complete after-sales service I have ever encountered.
The assembly is simple, and it only took me five minutes to complete the assembly.
The Bluetooth APP has many remote control functions, including line patrol, obstacle avoidance, and following functions, and you can also play the piano.
The car is small and cute, and can be placed anywhere in the house.
I plan to give it as a gift to my 7-year-old nephew. Lol
Get very good. Especially the AI expansion board developed by their company is very versatile.
I used the ultrasonic port and RGB light module port on the expansion board to add some additional functions, and I am planning to add a USB microphone camera.
Very suitable for my Jetson NANO board
The installation is a bit complicated, but the AI function is great, especially the function of following people walking and avoiding obstacles.
These modules are very cute. I used them in my STEM class yesterday. The 7-year-old kids like them very much.
Students said that this is a sensor that can be changed in shape, and I am about to buy more modules for my STEM class.
I bought Yahboom's robotic arm three months ago, and now I purchase some additional servos again to increase the length of my robotic arm.
I added two servos on my robotic arm, which is very nice.
I bought 5 of them on the first day they sold.
I received the goods today, which surprised me too much.
1. Each module has its own small box, which is of good quality and can be reused.
2. The blue and white shell is what I like. I built them together with the Lego bricks in my house. It looks cool. My son likes it very much.
3. I use Micro:bit programming. The Yahboom team told me that these modules are also compatible with Raspberry Pi Pico. That is my recent plan.
Appearance: The metal texture directly attracted me
Tutorial: I am very satisfied with the courses in machine vision and machine movement.
After-sale technical support: Very good service attitude, helped the master bedroom solve many problems through WhatsAPP
Compared with the JestonNANO version, I chose the cheaper Raspberry Pi version. After using it for half a month, the experience is very good, I like it very much.
At this price range I think this is a wonderful robotic arm.
- The quality of the product is good.
- Pieces go together well.
- All parts are in-place.
- All electronic pieces are working well.
- Shipping was quick and packaging was good.
This is NOT a project for beginner or a child. This car is not to be played in the manner kids expect to play with
remote control cars. This is NOT remote control car. Don't get me wrong, this car is controlled, by you from your APP or computer because it is a full blown computer on wheels so it is connected to your WiFi.
Kids should not drag this car around by hands or bump it in any way - car is bare naked computer with unprocessed fancy sensors attached to it. So should be handled with care.
I bought this car a month ago, and it only took 5 days for transportation to reach my country, which surprised me.
I started using it last week, and provided detailed instructions for assembling Yahboom. The function of the car to follow the human body is very interesting. I will try the autopilot function tomorrow. Good luck.
I used the super:kit 16-in-1 kit to build a Skip car, a lifting platform, a Auto-door and a Unicycle.
And use MakeCode/python programming to control them to achieve some functions, which is really funny.
I plan to give this kit as a brithday gift to my 8-year-old brother.