Custom Built Rc Car - Rc Parichar

About the project

RC Parichar is a one-of-a-kind remote control vehicle. With a special "Detour Mode" feature it is able to not only avoid obstacles but also continue moving along the same path.

Project info

Difficulty: Moderate

Platforms: Arduino

Estimated time: 7 hours

License: GNU General Public License, version 3 or later (GPL3+)

Items used in this project

Hardware components

Arduino Uno - R3 Arduino Uno - R3 x 1
Half-size Breadboard Half-size Breadboard x 1
Maker Essentials - Micro-motors & Grippy Wheels Maker Essentials - Micro-motors & Grippy Wheels x 1
L298 Dual H-bridge Motor Driver L298 Dual H-bridge Motor Driver x 1
Ultrasonic Sensor Hc-sr04 Ultrasonic Sensor Hc-sr04 x 1
IR remote with IR receiver module IR remote with IR receiver module x 1
Jumper Wires Jumper Wires x 1
9 Volt battery x2 9 Volt battery x2 x 1

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Software apps and online services

Arduino IDE Arduino IDE

Hand tools and fabrication machines

Glue Gun Glue Gun x 1
Masking Tape Masking Tape x 1
Screw Driver Screw Driver x 1

Story

Problem: People who have mobility issues cannot easily get stuff from around the house. They either have to make other people constantly get up or move on their own.
Solution: I have custom-built a remote control car.

Pros/features:

  1. Can be configured to be controlled using any remote
  2. Easy to control with simple buttons
  3. Doesn't require any extra support - it is self sustainable
  4. Has a platform on top to hold items - acts as a table top
  5. Can easily avoid obstacles while still moving along the initial path - "Detour Mode



Credits

Photo of CeneVspeed

CeneVspeed

This is me Neil, a young tech enthusiast! I make quality YouTube videos on my channel (CeneVspeed's Nish n Neil Rock!!) about Windows tips and tricks & custom-made robots. My goal is to make robots that could impact the world and make it a better place! I make robots by myself using Arduino. I learn on my own without going to classes. Even though I do not have a lot of materials and 3D printers, I use what I have. As the saying goes "It's not about what you have, it's about what you make out of it!"

   

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