Arduino Robot with MakerUNO - 3D-print it yourself!
Arlok is a simple educational (STEM) Robot based on Arduino Uno (we like to use the MakerUNO board) with parts printed in 3D and all easy-available components. 3D-printed parts are big, easy to manipulate and printed even by cheap 3D-printers. Arlok is highly customizable: there are 5 types of wheels, many types of tires (to be 3d-printed in TPU or commercial types), 2 types of ultrasonic sensor pillars, 3 types of pillars for various kinds of power buttons, various type of powering methods. Arlok is cheap, cute and easy to assemble and program. There are some programming examples that will make this robot moving around avoiding obstacles, following a line on the floor or let you control it using your cellphone with Android app (source code provided too).
Arlok is the second version of AR.L.O. now archived
There is a detailed step-by-step guide and a video on youtube. All infos are located in the docs folder.
See in the Arduino folder for code examples or write your own using one of the provided example as base!