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Arduino/Android Wireless Robot

davide.vellutoDecember 19th, 2012

Another Robot, another App(lication) of Arduino. The user [shreks7] built up an Android App for controlling the robot wirelessly and stream live video off an android phone placed on the robot.

The robot has an inbuilt wireless router and two brush-less DC motors and runs on a power source of 26-30V(depends on the requirement) power supply.

The robot streams live video back to the app and can be used for navigation.
Also there is a console for Windows to control the robot and debug it .

It uses Arduino Mega 1280 + Ethernet Shield + Pololu Motor Driver (It is by far the best one i have used) + Belkin Router & Two Android Devices .

There is also a  where you can see the robot in action.


5 Responses to “Arduino/Android Wireless Robot”

  1. Joe Doe Says:

    Cool, but why don’t they ever publish the POWER SUPPLY reference?
    I know it sounds newbiesh but well.. yeah, inspiring projects with unsolved questions are no fun.

  2. Henry Says:

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  3. David Says:

    Henry’s related link is spam

  4. Anne van Rossum Says:


    And to answer “Joe Doe” and at the same time shamelessly plug our own design, check which is completely open hardware.

    We are also working on an open source Android app, called Swarm Control (see below). For now we can control the Roomba, Mindstorm NXT, our Arduino-based Dotty robot, the Meccano Spykee, the German speaking 😉 Wowwee RoboScooper, and the Parrot (version 2).

  5. vijayjalneela Says:


    I am working on an independent ultrasonic transmitter and receiver
    I am able to generate the required pulse in the transmitter but not able to synch and retrieve data from the receiver side
    I am using ZIGBEE s2 model for time synch


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