Soccer Robot Circuit. Shown below is the circuit of the soccer robot. The circuit is built around Arduino UNO board (BOARD1), servo motor (connected at CON5), Bluetooth module JY MCU BT, motor driver L293D (IC1) and two DC motors (M1 and M2). Circuit of the soccer robot. The circuit uses two 9V batteries; one for the Arduino board (BOARD1) and the other for DC motors.
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Attach a servo in the hole of the chassis using M2 nuts and M2 bolts. Make sure, the servo head goes through the hole. Attach the servo horn on the servo head using the self-threading screw and to the cardboard piece using hot glue. Once you cut the piece out, attach four 20 mm standoffs using M3 bolts.
The software (soccer.ino) for the soccer robot is written in Arduino programming language. The Arduino UNO is programmed using Arduino IDE software. Atmega328 on Arduino UNO comes with a boot loader that allows you to upload new code to it without the use of an external hardware programmer. It communicates using the STK500 protocol.
We will also add a motor shield to control movement and connect all of the wires to make the robot functional. Arduino is both a micro-controller and a programming language. The Arduino micro-controller that we are using is the Arduino Uno, and the motor shield we are using is the Adafruit MotorShield. Arduino Uno ->
Building a soccer robot controlled by hobby servos, arduino uno, and a lipo battery. The servos are powered by a battery controller that can output 5.1V-6V up to 3A which is plenty for a a 11.1V 1000A 3 cell high discharge lipo battery.
Building steps for arduino soccer game. Steps for making soccer game project. Cut the cylinder into halves i use marker later cut using paper cutter. Cut piece of thin layer cardboard for ground which will be kept above the cardboard cylinder as shown in visuals. Color the piece as per your choice, green is much appealing for this project.
Bluetooth Controlled Robot using Arduino. In this project, I will show you how to design and develop a Bluetooth Controlled Robot using Arduino, HC-05 Bluetooth Module and L298N Motor Driver Module. On the other end of the Bluetooth Communication, I will be using a Smart Phone and a simple Android App to control the Robotic Car.