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Maker Education : Building a Toy Car with Arduino


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Maker Education can help kids to enjoy learning Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM). We at Fun2Do Labs - Open Education Project have published this presentation so that teachers can help their students to learn basics of science using project based activities. This will help teachers in imparting STEM education.

In this presentation we teach how you how to make a toy car with Arduino.

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Maker Education : Building a Toy Car with Arduino

  1. 1. Making Education OPEN and FUN! Building a Toy Car with Arduino Fun Do Labs TM 2
  2. 2. Requirements - 1 Cell 9vChasis Tyres - 4 Fun Do Labs2
  3. 3. Cell 9v Dummy Motors - 2 Motor Driver ShieldGeared Motors - 2 Fun Do Labs2 Requirements - 2
  4. 4. Arduino Software (IDE)Arduino UNO Fun Do Labs2 Requirements - 3
  5. 5. Chasis Chasis is a frame which is used to connect the internal parts like motor, tyres etc. Fun Do Labs2
  6. 6. Tyres Tyres are used for moving the car Fun Do Labs2
  7. 7. Battery Battery is used to power the circuit Fun Do Labs2
  8. 8. Geared Motor Geared motor is used for moving the tyres Fun Do Labs2
  9. 9. Dummy Motor Dummy motor can be attached to tyres Fun Do Labs2
  10. 10. Motor Shield (L293D) Motor shield is used for controlling the speed and direction of the motors Fun Do Labs2
  11. 11. Arduino Arduino is an open source electronics platform to develop electronic prototypes & products Fun Do Labs2
  12. 12. Arduino Software (IDE) To communicate between software and hardware we need to use Arduino IDE Fun Do Labs2
  13. 13. How to Use Arduino with PC - 1 Connect PC with Arduino Type A/B USB cable Fun Do Labs2
  14. 14. Arduino Software (IDE) Open the Arduino IDE with code which is available in github Robotic_Car_L293D_MotorDriver Fun Do Labs2
  15. 15. Arduino Software (IDE) Click on upload icon Fun Do Labs2
  16. 16. Attach geared motors to chasis Fun Do Labs2 Step - 1
  17. 17. Attach dummy motors to chasis Fun Do Labs2 Step - 2
  18. 18. Attach tyres to shafts of dummy & geared motors Fun Do Labs2 Step - 3
  19. 19. Fix Arduino & shield using double tape or some adhesive Fun Do Labs2 Step - 4
  20. 20. Attach left motor wires to shield motor1 socket Attach right motor wires to shield motor2 socket (Refer to connection diagram) Fun Do Labs2 Step - 5
  21. 21. Attach M1a & M1b shield wires to Arduino pin 8 & 9 Attach M2a & M2b shield wires to Arduino pin 10 & 11 (Refer to connection diagram) Fun Do Labs2 Step - 6
  22. 22. Attach shield 5v wire to Arduino 5v Attach shield GND wire to Arduino GND (Refer to connection diagram) Fun Do Labs2 Step - 7
  23. 23. Power the Arduino using battery & barrel jack connector Fun Do Labs2 Step - 8
  24. 24. ArduinoShield Motor1Motor2 Connection Diagram Pin 8 to 11 Pin - GND Pin - 5v Pin - M1a Pin - M1b GND Motor1 Motor2 5v Pin - M2a Pin - M2b
  25. 25. @skjsaurabh | @fun2dolabs Fun Do Labs TM 2