A Raspberry Pi-based car that streams videos to a Windows App and accepts movement commands via TCP/IP or RFCOMM
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Pioneer Doctrina

Pioneer Doctrina is a Raspberry Pi-based car that is controlled with a Windows App. I built it to learn about the Raspberry Pi and gain some hands-on experience with embedded systems. There remains

The Windows App sends commands via TCP/IP or RFCOMM to control the car's movements - drive forward, backwards, left, and right - when the user presses the user presses the "Up", "Down", "Left", and "Right" keys.

The car contains the Raspberry Pi Camera Module v2 to stream videos to the Windows App, which enables the user to capture and save video frames.

To enable the car to be controlled from the Windows App and stream videos, run $python RPi/main.py