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Arduino logobot

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I had built a simple robot whose movements can be programmed through four switches a long time ago. I had recently written about it on instructables.

Hello there! When Arduino released its robot I was particularly fascinated by the logobot sketch. I thought, logobot could be used to teach children about robotics and programming and they would also have a lot of fun with the robot. So I decided to build my own version of the logobot. Step 1: Materials This build requires: ArduinoL293D motor driver (You can also use a shield but you may have to tweak the code a little)5 pushbuttonsPerfboard / BreadboardMotors and wheels (You can also get a ready-made chassis that can be really helpful)Wires2 x 9 v batteries (one for Arduino and one for the motors) Step 2: Switches and Circuit